In all cases where possible, surgical interventions are performed with a minimally invasive approach in order to speed up recovery. The decision to perform laparoscopy instead of non-surgical treatment or surgery with abdominal access is very individual and requires a thorough consultation between the patient and her treating physician and an assessment of the benefit-risk ratio. Sometimes, although they can be done laparoscopically, it is better to do some of the surgeries using the open surgery method (e.g. an endometriotic cyst fused to the bowel).
In other cases, laparoscopy is preferable (e.g. tubal ligation). Your attending physician will decide which of these approaches is optimal in your case.