The Laparoscopic Surgery (Obs Gyn) Treatment is a minimally invasive gynaecological surgery in which a gynaecologist would perform a surgery which is located far from the location with the aid of small incisions which normally ranges from 0.5 to 1.5 cm. There are quite a few advantages of the gynecologic laparoscopy and thus it is widely preferred by doctors and patients alike. This tubal ligation reduces the chance of pain and haemorrhaging owing to the smaller incisions and thus the recovery time is much faster. The use of laparoscope is the key element of the laparoscopy procedure which is a long and slender optic cable tool that allows the gynaecologist to have a full view of the affected area by passing it from a more distant location that allows the area to be viewed clearly. There are two variants of the gynaecological laparoscopy, a telescopic lens rod system and the other is digital laparoscopy where a charge-equipped tool is placed at the rear end of the laparoscope. The Laparoscopic Surgery (Obs Gyn) Treatment involves operations within the pelvic or the abdominal cavities so that the doctor can have a look at the organs present in the abdomen and detect if there is any inconsistency or issues with any of them. It is widely acknowledged as it allows the doctor to see the abdomen within in real time without having to cut open that part. It takes about 60 minutes to 72 minutes for performing the treatment.