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Importance Of Laparoscopy In Infertility Treatments

Importance Of Laparoscopy In Infertility Treatments

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Importance Of Laparoscopy In Infertility Treatments

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  1. Importance Of Laparoscopy In Infertility Treatments

  2. INTRODUCTION Laparoscopy is an important surgical infertility treatment that ensures Infertility specialist to view the inner parts located in pelvic regions such as uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes below the abdomen. This laparoscopy treatment helps the infertility doctor in Nellore to identify the medical issues like endometriosis, ovary cysts, a fibroid that disrupt the ability to attain pregnancy.

  3. Laparoscopy Procedure • During laparoscopy procedure general anaesthesia is given to the patient where the patient is fully asleep, a tiny fibre-optic telescope is infused inside the abdomen via the belly button. • This fiber optics passes light to view the abdomen and CO2 is also located inside the abdomen before introducing the laparoscope method. • This procedure separates the organ to get a clear view of the reproductive system on the time of surgery.

  4. Pros of laparoscopy for infertility problem • Laparoscopy, detects even slight infertility problem that would be missed by other infertility tests. • Problems that are detected via laparoscopy are pelvic adhesions that cannot be identified through ultrasound or any other tests.  • As in open surgery, large incisions are done where the patient has to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days after the surgery.

  5. Cons of laparoscopy for infertility problem • Laparoscopy needs a specific skill set compared to open surgery method. For some case, it will be quite challenging to finish the complete procedure. • For instance, if a woman has single fibroid means it will be quite easy to remove the fibroid tissue but in case if she has dozens of fibroids in the deep part of the uterus then it is much better to opt for open surgery. • You have to consult the Best Lady gynecology Doctor in Nellore who knows whether laparoscopy is an advantage for your health condition.

  6. Laparoscopy vs IVF • The commonly detected issues on laparoscopy are endometriosis and pelvic adhesions that can be efficiently treated on IVF because IVF is intrusive than laparoscopy and also results in great success rate. Few couples will skip laparoscopy and straightly go for IVF. 

  7. Risky factors in Laparoscopy Procedure • The risk factors in both laparoscopy and open surgery are the same. The problems caused are issues in anaesthesia, infections and bleeding that occur on both types of surgery. • There may occur damage in internal parts of organs with either of this surgery.

  8. After Laparoscopy • The surgical point will be wrapped with bandages and it could be taken off after 24 hours. The infertility doctor gives medications for post-surgery pain and nausea. • The pain killer medicine is always necessary and the nausea medication may or may not be required.

  9. CONCLUSION The patient has to rest for 24 hours due to anaesthesia and can eat any type of food as laparoscopy treatment is not a complicated one. Depending on the type of procedure, the woman may recover within a few days or may take a few weeks.