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Not getting preganent
Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Raghvendra Tiwari - Mar 29th, 2012 2:46 pm.
Raghvendra Tiwari
Raghvendra Tiwari
Dear Sir/Madam
We are not getting blessed to get a baby. Every examination is normal. Our doctor is suggesting for diagnostic laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. Please help us.

Regards
Raghvendra Tiwari
re: Not getting preganent by Dr M. K. Gupta - Apr 3rd, 2012 12:28 am
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Dr M. K. Gupta
Dr M. K. Gupta
Dear Raghvendra Tiwari

We can perform diagnostic laparoscopy, Tubal Patency test a diagnostic hysteroscopy. It will cost you only 20,000 rupees as a package.

Issues that occur with a woman
re: Not getting preganent by Dr M. K. Gupta - Apr 3rd, 2012 12:29 am
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Dr M. K. Gupta
Dr M. K. Gupta
Dear Raghvendra Tiwari

We can perform diagnostic laparoscopy, Tubal Patency test a diagnostic hysteroscopy. It will cost you only 20,000 rupees as a package.

Issues that occur with a womans reproductive organs sometimes can not be discovered by an actual examination alone. Laboratory tests, Ultrasound, X- Rays may still leave some uncertainty. Frequently, issues that can nnot be discovered by routine investigations can be discovered by laparoscopy or hysteroscopy, two procedures which provide a direct look at the pelvic organs. Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy can be used as both diagnostic (looking only) and operative (looking and treating) purposes.

Diagnostic laparoscopy may be recommended to check out the outside from the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and internal pelvic area. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is used to appear within the uterus. If the condition is detected during the diagnostic procedure, operative laparoscopy or hysteroscopy is often performed to correct it simultaneously, avoiding the need for second surgery.

Laparoscopy might help gynecologists diagnose many problems including endometriosis, uterine fibroids along with other structural abnormalities, ovarian cysts, adhesions, ectopic pregnancy, tubal disease, and genital tuberculosis. Many infertile patients require laparoscopy for a complete evaluation. Generally, the procedure is performed following the basic infertility tests, even though presence of pain, history of past infection or perhaps an abnormal ultrasound may signal a need to do diagnostic laparoscopy sooner in the evaluation.

Laparoscopy is generally performed being an outpatient basis, under general anesthesia, with minimal discomfort.

After anesthesia, a needle is inserted through the navel, and the abdomen is filled with carbon dioxide gas. As the gas enters the abdomen, it makes an area inside by pushing the abdominal wall and the bowel away from the organs in the pelvic area allowing a look at the reproductive organs. Next, an extended thin telescope (laparoscope) is inserted through the insertion within the navel. It's attached to a tiny camera which sends images to some television monitor. Acquire the best in the monitor, the surgeon can see the uterus, fallopian tubes, ovaries, and nearby structures. A little probe is inserted through another incision to be able to move the pelvic organs into clear view Additionally, a blue option would be injected through the cervix to determine if the fallopian tubes are open. If no abnormalities are noted at the moment, a couple of stitches close the incisions. The incisions are closed utilizing an adhesive dressing. If defects or abnormalities are discovered, one can proceed to operative laparoscopy.

Hysteroscopy is an important tool within the study of infertility, recurrent miscarriage, or abnormal uterine bleeding. Diagnostic hysteroscopy can be used to examine the inside of the uterus, also known as the uterine cavity ( and is helpful in diagnosing abnormal uterine conditions such as polyps, internal fibroids, scarring, and developmental abnormalities. A hysterosalpingogram may be performed before a diagnostic hysteroscopy. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is usually conducted on an outpatient basis with either general or local anesthesia.

For infertility evaluation the hysteroscopy and laparoscopy are used together usually right after menstruation because the uterine cavity is more easily evaluated and there is no risk of interrupting getting pregnant.

With regards

M.K. Gupta
re: Not getting preganent by Vinita Joyce - Jan 31st, 2013 4:26 am
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Vinita Joyce
Vinita Joyce
Hi

Due to recurrent miscarriage, our Dr suggested to undergo HSG and then come to know a small fibriod and filling defect, they called it as Asherman Syndromes

Please help us is it mandetary of undergo Hysteroscopy and laproscopy surgery for its removal

If yes than which/ where its done


Regards

Vinita Joyce

Dear Vinita Joyce

Uterine leiomyomas (fibroids) would be the most popular pelvic tumor in females. Abnormal uterine bleeding, the most typical symptom associated with fibroids, is most typical ladies with tumors that abut the endometrium, including submucosal and some intramural fibroids. This really is likely because of distortion from the uterine cavity and an increase in the bleeding top of the endometrium [6]. Submucosal tumors, which originate from myometrial cells just under the endometrium, be the cause of approximately 15 to 20 percent of fibroids. Historically, hysterotomy or hysterectomy was performed to take out submucosal leiomyomas. It's been largely substituted with hysteroscopic myomectomy, a non-surgical surgical treatment that effectively and safely removes these lesions.

With regard

JS Chowhan
re: Not getting preganent by Ashish Singh - Mar 29th, 2015 1:59 pm
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Ashish Singh
Ashish Singh
Hello Sir/Ma'am,

I am writing over here after long investigation about infertility.
Me & my wife are planning to have a baby since 2 years.
But we could not blessed with such beautiful creation of god.
We have done almost all test, today my wife gone through with HSG diagnosis. So her right fallopian tube has been blocked completely, but left one is functioning ok.
My doctor is suggesting us that we will trying to conceive in coming 2 or 3 months.
I want to inform that my wife is also running with thyroid inconsistent(some times its huper/hypo) behaviour. She is also taking taking medicine for uterus tuberculosis.

Please suggest is there any possibility to have baby in future. Please suggest what to do I am totally confused & in tension.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Ashish Singh



Dear Ashish Singh,

Good news is that your wife's one tube is open. After complete treatment of Uterine tuberculosis she should conceive. You should also take care that regular medicine of thyroid should be continued to keep TSH at normal level. Best o luck

with regards
Nidhi
re: Not getting preganent by Anita bhatia - Jan 29th, 2016 2:16 pm
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Anita bhatia
Anita bhatia
My hsg report states that my left fallopian tube is blocked at its distal end with no obvious free peritoneal spill at present scan and right fallopian tube reveals normal opacification with loculated peritoneal spill most likely secondary to peritoneal adhesions and uterine cavity is normal so doctor has suggested for hysteroscopy and laproscopy.please advice.

Dear Mrs Bhatia

Your doctor has rightly suggested you for Diagnostic laparoscopy, Tubal patency test and Hysteroscopy. I think you should get it done. If you want you can come to World Laparoscopy Hospital also to get this surgery done.

With regard

Dr Nidhi.
re: Not getting preganent by Priya - May 2nd, 2016 3:35 pm
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Priya
Priya
Hi,
First I am conceive.at that time.I scan regularly under our doctors advice.at that time.there is no growth of egg.3rd month of pregnancy I take scan,that time my baby will be aborted inside.in that scan I had septal uterus.after that my doctor did all the procedure for missed abortion.so they clean it all and asked me to take MRI scan for viewing septum length.so I take this.in MRI report septum will seen.but it is not too much of length.then my doctor asked me to take HSG.then I took it also.in this report,is had a block in my right tube.there is no septum.which one is true.now my doctor advised me to do laparoscopy for blocking tube.I am so confused.which one is true.what will I do.please help me.
With regards,
priya.
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