Conditions such as fibroids, endometriosis, adhesions, ovarian cysts, uterine abnormalities etc may cause infertility. Minimum invasive surgical procedures may be used to remove these and enhance fertility. Our fertility specialists are specifically trained in these surgical procedures. The advantages of these types of surgeries are better cosmetic results with a short recovery time when compared to the traditional open surgery.
The surgical methods involve
Hysteroscopic Surgical Procedure is used to treat uterine abnormalities like uterine septum, removal of adhesions, and removal of fibroids. This procedure does not require incisions to be made in the body and is performed using a hysteroscope placed in the cervix (neck of the womb).
The risks associated with the process are very rare and may include puncturing the uterine walls, bleeding and fluid overload. Talk to your specialist regarding the risks before the procedure.
Laparoscopic Surgical Procedure Laparoscopy involves making small incisions in your body to diagnose and treat various conditions. Laparoscopic procedures are used to remove the scar tissue, remove benign ovarian cysts, treat endometriosis and open occluded fallopian tubes if required.
The risks associated with the process include bleeding, injury to the pelvic organs or abdominal organs and rare cases of premature ovarian failure, hysterectomy etc. It is advisable to discuss the risks with your specialist before the procedure.
Other Procedures like myomectomy and tubal recanalization are done to enhance fertility. Myomectomy is a surgical procedure used to remove uterine fibroids. Tubal recanalization is the surgical reversal of the sterilization process. This can be performed if the sterilization involved cutting and tying the fallopian tubes with a small plastic clip or ring.
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