Outpatient surgery

Have you been recommended surgery to restore you to health and cure your symptoms? Surgery can often be undertaken as an outpatient procedure. This involves the following:

After you have undergone a preliminary examination and diagnosis in our practice, you will come to us in the morning on the day of your surgery and will be operated on in our state-of-the-art surgery department right next door. Afterwards, you will rest in the quiet, relaxing atmosphere of your room until you are ready to be discharged by us on the same day.

It is important to us that you feel safe and well looked after.

Outpatient procedures

  • Using biopsies to take samples from the vulva, vagina and cervix (neck of the uterus)
  • Curettage, e.g. in patients with menstrual disorders
  • Hysteroscopy (uterine endoscopy), e.g. in patients with suspected polyps or dysplasia (abnormal cells) or in order to diagnose why patients are unable to conceive
  • Laser therapy, e.g. in patients with abnormal Pap smear results and condylomas (genital warts)
  • Endoscopic minimally invasive surgery (keyhole surgery),
    e.g. in patients with ovarian cysts or for performing female sterilisation
  • Cosmetic genital surgery, e.g. in patients with labial hypertrophy