Gynecologic surgery

Directions of gynecologic surgery

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Reprolife medical center provides assistance in the field of gynecologic surgery. Female pelvic organs surgery treatment is carried out according world modern standards and protocols.

In 90% of benign gynecological diseases treatments we choose minimally invasive surgery methods:

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Laparoscopy
  • Vaginal access

Specified methods allow reducing the impact of surgery on the body, ensuring speedy recovery, esthetic  results, organ sparing.

Another purpose of laparoscopy and hysteroscopy is to identify disorders of the female genital organs that prevent from pregnancy and gestation. Some of these anatomical disorders can be removed, which increases the chances of a standard naturally occurring pregnancy.

Surgery is carried out only after preliminary examinations and doctor’s consultation. The disease is subject to be  diagnosed, evaluating whether is required a surgical procedure, creating an individual treatment plan.

Indications for surgical treatment
at Reprolife Clinic

  • Uterine fibroids of various locations and sizes
  •  Tumors in the ovaries and fallopian tubes
  •  Endometriosis prevalence of various degree
  • Urinary incontinence in women
  • Prolapse of the pelvic organs requiring plastic surgery
  • Infertility (if the cause is related to  the pelvic organs adhesive process)
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Ruptured ovarian cyst causing internal bleeding

Why choose us


Surgeons of Reprolife medical center are recognized experts in the field of gynecological surgery possessing extensive practical experience in Belgian and Ukrainian leading medical centers.


Our main feature is the implementation of effective minimally invasive surgical treatment; at a young age – reproductive organ sparing, preserving its functions


In our Medical Center we use only the latest, expert equipment, which ensures efficiency and safety in the process of our patients treatment.

Team approach

We put a great emphasis on postoperative recovery. Often this relates to a joint management together with fertility specialists, gynecologists, endocrinologists, urologists.