Laparoscopic Surgery Recovery?
After Laparoscopic Surgery, you can feel pain for a few days. Over-the-counter pain relievers like paracetamol or ibuprofen can help, but always read the patient information leaflet that comes with your prescription. Inquire with your pharmacist if you have any questions.
It’s important to rest and relax for the first 48 hours after your surgery. You should be able to resume your normal activities in three days if you had a routine laparoscopy or one to diagnose an illness. You may be able to return to work in as little as a week. It may take two to three weeks to feel like you’re back to normal and ready to function if you’ve had a more complex procedure of care. However, this would be dependent on the type of work you do; seek advice from your doctor.
Laparoscopic Insurance Coverage in Lagos?
Only few Insurance companies provide coverage for Laparoscopy surgery in Lagos.
AIICO Insurance Surrogacy Treatment coverage
Lead Way Assurance company Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Custodian and Allied Insurance Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Cornerstone Insurance Plc Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
AXA Mansard Insurance Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
African Alliance Insurance Plc Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Goldlink Insurance Plc Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Continental Insurance Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Industrial and General Insurance Plc Laparoscopic Surgery coverage
Laparoscopic Surgery coverage from Lasaco Assurance Plc
Can I have Sex after Laparoscopy Surgery?
After 10 days from Laparoscopy surgery you can have sex. Pregnancy is still possible during recovery, hence use protection if not planning for pregnancy.
What is Laparotomy?
Laparotomy is an open surgery and alternative to laparoscopy Surgery. Your surgeon will make a large cut in your Abdomen. This might be required if you have large fibroids or want a hysterectomy.