Role of laparoscopy- hysteroscopy in case of infertility

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by salenamartine on Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:26 pm

Role of laparoscopy- hysteroscopy in case of infertility

Infertility is almost common these days in every 5 couple due to bad lifestyle habits and a certain type of medications lead to this condition. Many couples experience this infertility condition due to over or old age. In these situations, they have to get the best infertility treatment such as IVF. But if they are suffering from pelvic organ problem then they need laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. These both treatments are useful to give you the best results in order to treat infertility.

Laparoscopy treatment for infertility

Laparoscopy is the medical procedure in which your infertility specialist see inside your body so that he can understand the problem. In addition, he also examines your ovaries, reproductive organs, uterus, and fallopian tubes. Since all these organs are helpful to conceive a baby. If you face problem in these organs then you need laparoscopic surgery. Moreover, this is the procedure which is also useful to treat unexplained infertility in women.

Hysteroscopy treatment for infertility

Hysteroscopy surgery in Ludhiana is performed when you are suffering from heavy menstrual periods. Your doctor may recommend hysteroscopy in order to examine your reproductive organs, ovaries, and health condition as well. You may also need this procedure if you are suffering from some other problems such as bleeding after menopause, your pap(Papanicolaou) test’s results are abnormal, and if you had more miscarriage in previous years. In this procedure, your surgeon will insert a thin tube into your vagina with the light.

Types of laparoscopy and hysteroscopy
There are two types of procedures which play an important role in the treatment of infertility. These are diagnostic and operative types which are useful to give you better results.

Diagnostic laparoscopy performed to treat many health conditions which are responsible for infertility in both couples. These are endometriosis, ovarian problems, ectopic pregnancy, and uterine fibroids. This is additionally performed if you are suffering from scar tissues and usually perform after the initial infertility treatment.
Operative laparoscopy is valuable to treat many types of fertility problems such as abdominal disorders at the same time when diagnostic laparoscopy is performed. Moreover, this is the technique which is useful to remove damaged ovaries and fallopian tubes.

Types of hysteroscopy

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is useful to treat ladies who experience miscarriage and some other problems which can lead to infertility. Moreover, this is the treatment which is useful to examine the uterine cavity, scarring, and some type of congenital malformations.
Operative hysteroscopy is designed to treat many types of health abnormalities which your surgeon found during the diagnostic hysteroscopy procedure. In this type of procedure the scar tissues, fibroids, and polyps are removed from the uterus. Moreover, this is also useful to treat some of the structural abnormalities such as uterine septum which is responsible for infertility.

If you want to get the best results of these procedures then you have to follow some post care instructions such as maintain a healthy weight and you can start your normal routine activities within the days.
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by arvbuttar on Sat May 25, 2019 8:37 am

Re: Role of laparoscopy- hysteroscopy in case of infertility

Great and well-written information about laparoscopy.

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by ananyamruga on Mon Dec 23, 2019 8:02 am

Re: Role of laparoscopy- hysteroscopy in case of infertility

Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure which is used to diagnosis and treats infertility problems. The procedure will be performed at abdomen area.
Hysteroscopy is procedure that diagnoses and treats causes of abnormal bleeding. Both will performed to diagnose the causes of infertility.

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