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About Endometriosis

  • condition where uterine lining tissue grows outside uterus
  • Typically affects women between ages of 25-40
  • High risk if there is a family history of endometriosis

Signs You Could Have Endometriosis

  • Painful or heavy periods
  • Discomfort during bowel movements or urination
  • Pain during or after intercourse
  • Constant fatigue
  • Fertility concerns
  • A confirmed endometriosis diagnosis
  • Recurrence of Endometriosis after surgery

Choose the Right Treatment

  • Medications: Helps to manage pain but does not provide permanent cure
  • Wound care, pain relief and surgical site monitoring managed by nurse
  • Robotic Surgery: Advanced minimally-invasive procedure with minimal scarring and quick recovery

Why Choose Apollo for Endometriosis treatment?

Expert Doctors

Our gynaecologists, with extensive experience and training from renowned international institutions, deliver expert and compassionate care to all our patients.

State-of-the-art facilities

Utilisation of laparoscopic and robotic surgeries with world class laboratories guarantees precise medical and surgical care for endometriosis.

Patient Centric Approach

At Apollo, every patient is unique. We offer personalised treatment plans tailored to your symptoms and severity of your endometriosis



The exact cause of endometriosis is still unknown. Ongoing research is exploring potential factors, including genetic elements, hormonal disturbances, irregular menstrual flow, and gynaecological procedures, as contributors

The gold standard diagnostic method for endometriosis is laparoscopy. In a laparoscopy, a thin, elongated viewing device known as a laparoscope is introduced into the abdominal cavity via a small surgical opening. The benefits of laparoscopy is that the biopsy can be taken at the same time and the extent of the tissue growth can also be recorded.

The major complication of endometriosis is infertility. Other complications are ovarian cysts, pelvic infections, bladder or bowel problems, intestinal obstruction, renal infection, and rarely malignancies. Endometriosis can also have a significant effect on mental health by causing depression and anxiety.

Yes, infertility is a major complication of endometriosis. About 30-50% of women with endometriosis suffer from infertility.

Ultrasound cannot diagnose smaller tissues of endometriosis. However, transvaginal ultrasound can detect endometriosis of the ovaries.

Once the normal anatomy of the pelvis is restored with surgery by removing endometriosis tissues, the chances of fertility will increase. Surgical intervention enhances both fertility and symptom relief even in women dealing with moderate to severe endometriosis.

Laparoscopy is a low-risk, minimally-invasive treatment that is highly effective for treating endometriosis. However, if the endometriosis extends to the ureter, bladder, or other organs, you may require further surgery.

Laparoscopy, usually done under general anaesthesia by a gynaecologist, often allows same-day hospital discharge. Depending on your health, an overnight stay may be necessary. Recovery generally involves 2 to 4 weeks of rest, but returning to work is possible once you are well.

Robotic surgery is a safe and effective option for treating endometriosis. It causes minimal scarring and provides recovery as early as two weeks. However, it is advised to take rest for 4 weeks if your work demands strenuous activities.

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