When do we choose laparoscopy for your infertility treatment?

  • Pregnancy growing outside the uterus
  • Poly-cystic ovarian syndrome
  • Ovarian cysts

Minimal side effects of laparoscopy?

  • Skin irritation at the incision part
  • Adhesions
  • Bladder infection
  • Infection at the incision site
  • The hematomas occurrence in the cells of your abdomen

Some less common effects are

  • Urine retention
  • Allergic reaction
  • Damage to nerves and abdominal organs
  • Blood clots
  • Complications related to anesthesia

Laparoscopy - How does it work?

Our team goes through some steps for laparoscopic treatment.

  1. We work with the anesthesiologist before starting the treatment.
  2. After applying the anesthesia, our surgeons make a small cut near the belly button.
  3. We use a needle to fill the abdomen with CO2 It enables us to check your organs.
  4. When the gas fills the abdomen, we place the tool, the laparoscope.
  5. We check your pelvic organs visually.
  6. We can identify fibroids, cysts, scar tissue, and endometrial growths.
  7. He or she will also look at the shape, color, and size of the reproductive organs.
  8. We can inject a dye to detect the condition of your fallopian tubes.

How will you feel during the surgical treatment?

Most of our patients have claimed that they have not felt pain during laparoscopy. However, some of them reported sore throat after waking up. Due to the removal of scar tissue, your abdomen can become tender.

Discuss the potential of begin pregnant

After the surgical operation, our specialists will clarify the available optionsfor getting pregnant. When you have a problem with the fallopian tube and fibroids, we will solve it. You can easily get pregnant without any additional treatment.

For patients having scar tissue, we remove it and increase the chance of pregnancy. Still, when you have difficulty in pregnancy after the treatment, we can recommend other fertility treatments.