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General surgeons have an extensive set of skills to perform a broad scope of elective surgeries.
Sudden and severe abdominal pain can be alarming, and a sign of a more serious condition. The NHS reveals sudden and agonising abdominal pain might be triggered by endometriosis, gallbladder inflammation or an abdominal hernia.
We are proud to facilitate specialist general surgeons who can help assess your symptoms and maintain your abdominal health. Our Consultants general surgeons use different diagnostic tests to investigate your abdominal pain.
If left untreated, some abdominal conditions can lead to vicious cycle of further pain, abdominal bloating and potential health complications.
These conditions include:
During a laparoscopic cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal surgery), small incisions are made on your abdomen. A tube is inserted through one of these incisions to inflate your stomach, and give your surgeon access to your gallbladder. A laparoscope (a tube containing a camera and light) is inserted into another incision to examine your abdomen. Specialist equipment is then inserted into your other incisions to remove your gallbladder.
Your surgeon will pass a colonoscope (flexible tube) into your bottom and up to your bowel. A wire will be attached to the colonoscope — your surgeon will pass an electric current through this wire to cut or burn off your polyps. These methods do not cause any pain.
A laparoscopy can be used to repair a hernia. During the procedure, small incisions are made on your abdomen. A laparoscope (a tube with a light and camera) is inserted into one of your incisions. This allows your surgeon to view the inside of your abdomen. Your surgeon will pass specialist instruments into your other incisions to place your hernia back into its correct place .
Haemorrhoidectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove haemorrhoids. Your surgeon will remove your haemorrhoids by the cutting them out. You will receive stitches to prevent bleeding, and the procedure typically takes twenty minutes.
Booking your treatment for abdominal pain with us depends on your condition and recommended treatment option.
To get started, you can easily book your consultation online with one of our many experienced general surgeons. You can also book your consultation by calling +44 141 300 5009.
To familarise yourself with other abdominal treatments, please head to our treatments page. This can provide you with more insight about treatments offered by our team.
At your consultation, you will receive important diagnostic testing and the appropriate treatment for you will be discussed.
Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.
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