|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Anjana Bajpai - Apr 23rd, 2012 2:45 am.|
|I'm undergoing to Infertility treatment for three years and I'm married on Nov 2008 and 28 years old.Initially, medicines treatment started for one and half year then IUI Test also conducted for two times. My all test like HSG,Follicular Test, Harmons Test etc are normal and Doctors suggest Unexplained Infertility. Now all suggest Laparoscopy for further investigation. Please tell me, what are risk of laparoscopy and what is the chances of correction and what is cost of overall treatment.
Waiting for your reply.
re: Infertility treatment by Dr M. K. Gupta - Apr 25th, 2012 12:16 pm
Dr M. K. Gupta
|Dear Mrs Bajpai
Laparoscopy for infirtility is really a surgical procedure which involves making one, two, or three very small cuts in the abdomen, by which the doctor inserts a laparoscope and specialized surgical instruments. A laparoscope is really a thin, fiber-optic tube, fitted with a light and camera. Laparoscopy allows your physician to see the abdominal organs and often make repairs, without creating a larger incision that can require a longer time to recover and stay in hospital.
Your physician may suggest laparoscopic surgery to aid in diagnosing an underlying cause for infertility. Usually, it is performed only after other infertility testing has been completed. If you are experiencing pelvic pain, a potential characteristic of endometriosis or PID, your physician might point to laparoscopic surgery to look for the supply of the pain and perhaps treat it (by removing scarring, for example). Laparoscopic surgical treatment is also performed when it comes to ectopic pregnancy.
Some reasons for infertility, like endometriosis, tubal block, polycystic ovary etc. are only able to be diagnosed through laparoscopy. Laparoscopy allows your physician not only to see what is inside your abdomen, but additionally biopsy suspicious growths or cysts.
Also, laparoscopic surgery can treat some causes of infertility, enabling you an improved chance at conceiving a child either naturally or with fertility treatments. Laparoscopy can be used to take away the scarring that’s causing pain.
Laparoscopy is conducted in a laparoscopy hospital, under general anesthesia. Your physician provides you with instructions regarding how to get ready for surgery beforehand. You will probably find out not to drink or eat for 8 or more hours before your scheduled surgery, and you'll be instructed to take antibiotics.
You will get an IV, by which fluids and medication to help you relax is going to be delivered. The anesthesiologist will place a mask over the face, and after breathing a sweet smelling gas for some minutes, you will go to sleep.
Once the anesthesia has taken effect, the doctor can make a small cut around your navel. Through this cut, a needle is going to be used to fill your abdomen with carbon dioxide gas. This provides room for your doctor to determine the organs and move the surgical instruments. When your abdomen is stuffed with gas, the surgeon will then put the laparoscope through the cut to look around at the pelvic organs. The surgeon could also biopsy tissue for testing.
re: Infertility treatment by reema bindra - Mar 7th, 2013 9:06 am
|actually my problem is this i go for ivf i got married in 2007 but didnt conceive
naturally once i did tube test and its open no blokage and after this i conceived naturally but unfortunately my sack was empty so i have to aborted this preganacy
but nw dr.recommened me laprosopy not hestroscopy there is some fliud around
my uterus and im worried now why he suggest laproscopy to me not hestroscopy
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