4 Ways Laparoscopic Surgery
Can Help With Infertility
There are several ways in which doctors can help with your infertility problems. One technique is minimally invasive surgery (i.e., laparoscopy and / or hysteroscopy). Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that includes an optical range that is inserted into small cuts near the patient’s navel. Laparoscopy and minimally invasive intervention generally replace other invasive techniques wherever possible.
This is due to the fact that laparoscopic techniques avoid large cuts, inflammation and excess scar tissue.
Laparoscopic surgery has become a preferred method for Bariatric Surgery and gallbladder removal, but especially for gynecologists and infertility. Minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery can be useful for endometriosis, cyst or fibroid treatment, and removal of inserted IUDs. Let’s look at four different ways in which this type of surgery can be useful for treating the causes of infertility, managing the pain, and preserving fertility for later life.
Endometriosis is a condition in which the uterine tissue grows outside of the womb instead of coating it, which causes severe pain, severe periods, and even infertility. Endometriosis affects about 3 million women only in the Pakistan. The usual symptoms of endometriosis may be:
- Unusual fatigue
- Painful intercourse
- Extreme pain or discomfort before or during menses
- Breakthrough bleeding between periods
- Abnormal urination or bowel movements
However, one of the most significant symptoms, and often painful, is infertility. An inflammation of the fallopian tubes and fimbria can cause swelling and scars that can create an enemy environment for the survival of sperm and eggs. In addition, the scar tissue can completely block the tubers, which in turn can block the fertilized egg from entering the uterus.
This can be extremely frustrating for women who want to start a family, but minimally invasive laparoscopy can resolve this through cauterization, lashes or removal of lesions caused by endometriosis.
Ovarian chestectomy is the process of removing cyst from one or both of the ovaries of the woman. Ovarian cysts are bags filled with fluids formed in the ovary that are usually formed during ovulation. Ovarian cysts are often harmless, but for some women it can cause extreme discomfort, including swelling and swelling of the abdomen. In rare cases, ovarian cysts can even become cancerous.
If it cracked, it can cause sudden, severe pain that can interfere with everyday activities of a woman. Because of this, doctors will often suggest surgery to remove cysts that are too big, causing unusual pain or it does not appear to disappear after the menstrual cycle.
Unlike open surgical procedures, treatment with minimally invasive laparoscopy is an excellent option because it requires only a small cut, removing cysts, and keeping the ovaries and surrounding muscles untouched.
Another similar procedure for ovarian cystectomy is myomectomy, which is the removal of fibroids from the uterus. Uterine fibroids are generally non-carcinogenic, which may occur in the uterus during pregnancy. In addition to pelvic pain and irregular or severe periods, these fibroids can also cause uterine blockages that can complicate conception.
With uterine fibroids, the embryo may be more difficult to fit successfully into the uterus. A myomectomy can be successfully completed by minimally invasive laparoscopy, which can reduce the risk of excessive blood loss, accumulation of scar tissue, complications with birth, and other risks that accompany open surgery, which can even lead to full hysterectomy.
Lysis of Adhesions
As can be seen from all three above conditions, scar tissue (ie From endometriosis or imperial birth) in the uterus can be a problem for women trying to get started. Lisa adhesion is a procedure in which the scar tissue in the uterus is removed or the scar tissue is out of the uterus in the abdominal cavity.
A light or non-existent menstrual period severe pelvic pain infertility and sometimes even recurrent miscarriages
Lysis adhesion is best achieved by minimally invasive techniques of laparoscopy / hysteroscopy, because it reduces the risk of additional adhesion after resection. This will increase the chances of fertility in the future and prevent further complications in uterine adhesion.
These four conditions can be treated and successfully managed with minimal invasive procedures, laparoscopy / hysteroscopy. Laparoscopic / hysteroscopic surgery is a great option for women with infertility problems, but they want to minimize risks and avoid further complications in large operations.
So, What Should I Do Next?
If you are struggling with (or suspecting to be struggling) the above conditions, you need unconditional support and expertise to solve the problem and realize a family of your dreams.
The Kofinas Fertility Group offers a comprehensive treatment for all fertility issues, including problems requiring surgical care such as laparoscopic surgery. Our team of experts is very experienced with reproductive surgery to maximize your chances of conception.
Depending on your specific condition, a customized surgical plan has been developed that best suits your individual needs. To find out more about laparoscopic surgery and additional fertility treatments, schedule a meeting today to keep you informed about your abilities.
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