We offer diagnostic laparoscopy and operative laparoscopy for infertility at our Ferty9 Hospital and Research Center [FHRC].
Laparoscopy for infertility is regularly used in surgical option for both endometriosis diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis. As soon as endometrial implants grow to a realistic size, it is possible to identify them during a laparoscopy for endometriosis diagnosis. If a diagnostic laparoscopy has confirmed endometriosis, the surgeon may continue the procedure, using further surgical skills to treat implants during the same operation. A laparoscope, a long thin medical device, is then inserted into the inflated cavity in order to examine and analyze the abdomen and pelvic area.
Laparoscopy Infertility Treatment
Laparoscopic surgery also called minimally invasive surgery (MIS), keyhole surgery is a modern surgical technique in which surgeries are performed far from their location through small incisions elsewhere in the body. A laparoscope consists of a narrow tube with an incorporated lens. Light is transmitted through the tube and into the abdomen, it may enabling the surgeon to closely examine the fallopian tubes and ovarian. Most of the clinics show priority towards Hysteroscopy in overviewing infertility among women. Laparoscopy for endometriosis diagnosis or treatment is not the only method available. In fact, many patients have chosen to avoid drugs or surgery, and taken to treating endometriosis symptoms using effective. It can be used to check for the presence scar tissue in the pelvic cavity.