It is scary to be told that you need a laparoscopy. London is a big place, which makes it hard to find a surgeon you feel comfortable with. Knowing a little more about what is happening and who might be performing the procedure can help to ease some of the worries. This post aims to cover all your initial questions about laparoscopy London.

What Is A Laparoscopy London?

Laparoscopy is the medical term for keyhole surgery. This is where the surgeon makes very small cuts and then uses a small camera to perform the procedure. This type of surgery has a much shorter recovery time than traditional surgery.

In gynaecological laparoscopy, the surgeon will make cuts in your lower stomach. This allows the surgeon to see the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. This can be used for diagnosis or treatment of some conditions.

When Do You Need A Laparoscopy?

To use it for diagnosis, the camera is used to get a good look at your reproductive organs. The surgeon will then look for any signs of illness. It is possible to detect growths and tumours this way. The surgeon can take a small sample for testing during your surgery. The procedure can check for any problems that might be preventing you from getting pregnant. Doctors also use the procedure to investigate the causes of abdominal pain.

Surgeons use laparoscopies in the treatment of a large number of conditions. These include endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and ectopic pregnancies. 

If you are certain that you do not want children and don’t want to use birth control any longer you may want to consider a surgical option such as tube tying. Another option is a hysterectomy. A surgeon such as Dr Philippe de Rosnay can perform these laparoscopically.

What Next

Dr Philippe de Rosnay is a consultant gynaecologist and obstetrician. Furthermore, he is a fully trained surgeon. He can perform a laparoscopy London as this is where his clinic is. So if you need an experienced doctor whom you can talk to, and you can trust to perform your surgery, then make an appointment today.


Outpatient clinics are currently closed. During this time Mr de Rosnay will be offering pre-booked telephone or video consultations.   For further information, please contact his Medical PA.