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Laparoscopy can help women who are experiencing infertility issues. It could also be a vital treatment for potential IVF patients – as well as those looking for a gynecological source of infertility. Laparoscopy is often used to determine and treat the cause of pelvic or abdominal pain. It is commonly used where non – invasive means of diagnosis are ineffective. It is a technique used to examine the organs in the abdomen. It may also be used to examine a woman’s pelvic organs. Laparoscopy has the advantage of being minimally invasive. That is, it makes a very short cut in the stomach. It usually takes less time and results in quicker healing than open surgery. If the findings of a physical exam, X-ray, or CT scan are unclear, a laparoscopy is often performed.
It is a surgical procedure that is done in the abdomen or pelvis by tiny perforations with the assistance of a lens. With a few tiny incisions in the abdomen — the laparoscope assists in diagnosis or surgical treatments. The uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries are all found in the pelvis, which is at the very bottom of the abdomen of a female. Laparoscopy helps the fertility specialist to see any anomalies that could be interfering with a woman’s ability to conceive. It results in a clearer vision. Detecting ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory syndrome, and other physical abnormalities.
Laparoscopy could be diagnostic, surgical, or both. Few patients can also benefit by doing pre IVF hysteroscopy by increasing implantation chances. Many patients conceive after doing laparoscopic correction of pelvic anatomy.
What is a Laparoscope?
A laparoscope is a thin fiber-optic lens that is pushed into the abdomen via the belly button. Light can be used to see inside the abdomen due to the fibre optics. Before applying the laparoscope, carbon dioxide (CO2) gas is injected into the belly. This raises the abdominal wall which enables some distance within the organs inside the body, making it possible for the fertility specialist to see the reproductive organs during the operation.
When anomalies are discovered during the laparoscopy, extra tools may be inserted by tiny incisions into the abdomen. Incisions are typically made around the pubic hairline on the left and/or right side. Thus, along with the laparoscope in the belly button, forms a triangle that allows the fertility specialist to conduct almost any surgical procedure that can be accomplished in a more traditional open surgery involving a large incision.
General anesthesia is used with laparoscopy. It ensures that the patient is totally unconscious during the process.
The Benefits of Laparoscopy in Infertility Treatments
Laparoscopy can allow for the detection of infertility issues that would otherwise go undetected. Ultrasound, for example, may be used to identify a woman who has severe endometriosis. Surgery, such as laparoscopy, is the best way to diagnose a patient with mild endometriosis.
Pelvic adhesions are another problem that can only be detected by surgery. Adhesions, also known as scar tissue, are invisible to ultrasound, x-rays, and CT scans. Adhesions can interfere with fertility by making it more difficult for the egg to enter the fallopian tube during ovulation.
Many people believe that laparoscopy is a less invasive procedure than conventional surgery. Traditional surgery necessitates a several-centimeter-long incision in the abdomen. As a result, the patient must spend two or three nights in the hospital. Laparoscopy requires one or three smaller incisions. Each incision can range in length from half a centimeter to a full centimeter. Patients who have had a laparoscopy will usually be allowed to go home the next day. In other words, a hospital stay is usually unnecessary.
Who Opts For Laparoscopy If They Are Infertile?
In general, laparoscopy should indeed be reserved for couples that have already undergone a more specific infertility assessment, such as assessing ovulation, ovarian reserve, hysterosalpingogram for the female, endometriosis, ovarian cyst, uterine fibroids, ectopic pregnancy, pelvic pain, etc.
Few couples may choose to give up laparoscopy to pursue other fertility therapies, such as superovulation with fertility medications associated with intrauterine insemination or in-vitro fertilization.
Your IVF Journey at Orion Hospital
The Orion Hospital is one of the most prestigious fertility hospitals on the mainland of Pune. The clinic, which was established in 2015 as a specialist IVF center in Pune, has earned a top-rate reputation for excellent medical treatment. The Orion Hospital is located in the lovely suburban city of Wakad and is conveniently accessible from the Pimpri-Chinchwad, NH4 – Bypass of Pune. Our excellent success rates are a major reason why you can choose your IVF journey for your fertility treatment at Orion Hospital. You’re in good hands for your IVF journey. We’re here to guide and assist you every step of the way, at one of the best fertility centers in Pune. Feel free to contact us to start your IVF journey at Orion Hospital.