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I had gynecomastia surgery at Coramed recently and was extremely impressed by all aspects of my experience with Coramed. I contacted Anna and arranged the surgery and she was great at answering any questions I had. Aspects such as a hotel and a driver for my time in Poland were arranged for me which was a big help and saved time. Total all-in cost including flights, hotel, driver, tests, the surgery etc was about £2k. The actual clinic is incredibly modern and clean, I knew from reading other reviews that the clinic was very high standard but it was even better than I had expected to be honest. Ive experienced some NHS hospitals in the UK and Coramed was much cleaner and more modern. At the clinic, I met Anna as well as some other nurses over the course of my stay and all of them were so nice and professional. I had some doubts over whether I was making a good decision by travelling abroad for surgery in the days before I flew to Poland but after seeing the clinic and meeting the staff I felt at ease and had no nerves. Anna, the other nurses, the anaesthetist and the night nurse were all amazing and spoke good English. The surgery was performed by Dr Berendt who does gynecomastia surgery very often. I am 3 days post-op but already very happy with my results and glad I decided to get the surgery, he has done a good job. The pain was minimal and only really lasted for 1-2 days. I would definitely recommend Coramed, every aspect of the procedure was done to an extremely high standard and at a fraction of what I would have paid in the UK. I cannot imagine that UK surgeries are offering a service that justifies paying 4x more for the same procedure. I'm very happy I did my research and chose the team at Coramed.
I've been to MRI at Voxel twice. The lady at registration is very nice, smiling, helpful. The gentleman giving the contrast to a professional with a capital P. He deserves a medal for dealing with my veins :) kind, understanding. Results in less than a week - SMS with a link to the description plus a password. I highly recommend!
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Laparoscopy is a type of surgery that allows surgeons to access the inside of the abdomen and pelvis with only small incisions. Also known as minimally invasive or keyhole surgery, laparoscopy is less painful than traditional open surgery. Other benefits of this type of surgery include less bleeding, reduced scarring, and a faster recovery period.
Laparoscopy is performed under general anesthetic. During the surgery, your surgeon makes small incisions in your abdomen to insert an instrument called a laparoscope, small surgical tools, as well as a tube to pump gas into the abdomen. A laparoscope is a small tube with a camera and a light attached to its end and the camera sends images of the inside of the abdomen to a monitor.
You may be able to go back to your hotel immediately after a laparoscopy, but in some cases, you may need to stay for at least 1 to 2 days. You may be able to fly back home within 3 to 7 days after the surgery. During your stay, you will have to attend hospital check-ups and to rest.
The recovery period for laparoscopic surgery depends on the type of treatment. However, the overall recovery period is shorter than the traditional surgery. For example, the total recovery period for intestinal surgery with traditional methods may take 4 to 8 weeks, but with laparoscopic surgery, you only need 2 to 3 weeks to recover and return to work.
The aftercare will be different from one person to another, depending on what type of condition the surgery is used for. Your surgeon will tell you how to keep your wounds clean, the diet you will need to follow, and the type of exercise you can do. You will likely have a follow-up check-up with your local doctor to monitor your condition.
Laparoscopy is known to have a high success rate. Serious side effects, risks, and complications are rare. Minor complications occur in 1 out of every 100 cases, while serious complications occur in 1 out of every 1,000 cases. The side effects and risks include infection, minor bleeding, damage to an organ, or damage to a major artery.
Laparoscopic surgery is an alternative to traditional open surgery. You can always undergo open surgery if you prefer to do so. There are also some treatment alternatives to laparoscopic surgery, but this depends on the condition you want to treat.
Before a laparoscopy, you may have problems in your appendix, kidney, or other parts of your abdomen. After the surgery, these issues are treated and possibly resolved.
Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 28/11/2020.