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Infertile couples have a multitude of treatments that would help them successfully conceive a child, and laparoscopy is one such advanced technique that is gaining popularity. It is a surgical method that has gained lots of attention from many seeking to realise their dreams of starting a family. With high amounts of creativity and innovation involved, laparoscopy is a new-age technique that greatly improves patient’s chances at pregnancy.
What is laparoscopy for infertility?
Laparoscopy allows for the diagnosis of fertility problems that could be easily missed in a different circumstance. Ailments like mild endometriosis and pelvic adhesions can be detected only with the help of surgical observance, done through laparoscopy.
It must also be noted that while laparoscopy is a surgical procedure, it does not need an extended recovery time like traditional surgical procedures. Patients who undergo this treatment method may leave the hospital on the same day of the procedure.
Importance of Laparoscopy in Infertility
Laparoscopy is an easy way to identify major fertility problems and the associated underlying issues that contribute to it. This allows the doctors the luxury of detailed information for analysis, thus facilitating better treatment.
Patients with pelvic pain and any severe fertility ailments benefit greatly from being examined by doctors with the help of a laparoscopy. There is also the added advantage of being able to conduct biopsies during laparoscopy, which would help uncover any unusual growths or cysts.
Benefits of Laparoscopic surgery over open/invasive surgery
  • Smaller cuts or incisions
  • Minimal blood loss
  • Less postoperative discomfort/li>
  • Faster recovery
Laparoscopic methods are classified as minimally invasive surgeries and are labelled as follows
  • If your age is above 35 years
  • While testing, you have abnormal HSG (hysterosalpingogram)
  • If you are not able to conceive even after normal HSG
  • If you are suffering from any endometriosis
  • Have unexplained infertility
  • An unrelated benign growth in the fallopian tubes or ovaries
  • Genital prolapses
  • Has PCOS
  • Need a reconstructive tubal surgery
  • Requires adhesiolysis (removal of adhesions)