It involves small incisions through which a laparoscope and surgical instruments are inserted, allowing the surgeon to visualize and remove the uterus. This technique reduces scarring, pain, and recovery time compared to traditional open surgery. Types of laparoscopic hysterectomy include total (removing the uterus and cervix) or subtotal (leaving the cervix). It’s suitable for various conditions like fibroids, endometriosis, or excessive bleeding. Patient eligibility is determined by factors such as medical history and uterine size. Consulting a healthcare provider helps assess the best approach for individual needs.