When other reproductive treatments fail to have a conclusive diagnosis, this treatment is used, and it is most often used in women who have been experiencing infertility for no particular cause. Laparoscopy treatment is used to diagnose and cure infertility in couples. This method can be used to diagnose fallopian tube blockage, as well as the condition of the ovaries and uterus, as well as the cause of infertility.
When you see a doctor for Laparoscopy treatment
When women feel these types of problems can visit for laparoscopy treatment:
- During sexual activity, there is pain.
- Unbearable menstrual cramps
- Pelvic discomfort
- Inflammation of the pelvis
Measures to be taken
The laparoscope is used to look at sex organs like the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus. It recognizes abnormalities that can impair a woman’s ability to conceive. The abdomen is bloated with carbon dioxide gas to have a better picture of the internal organs. Surgical devices are used to treat endometriosis, scar tissue, and fibroids. A laser pulse or an electric current is used by the surgeon to extract or break the tissue. The gas is then removed, and the belly is stitched shut with little to no scarring.
After the surgery, the patient must rest for 2-4 days. Cramping in the stomach or mild nausea are potential side effects. Medications are used to relieve discomfort and aid in the initial steps of recovery.
If you have any questions about Laparoscopy, please contact Dr.Sonali Gupta Fertility & IVF specialist In Delhi NCR at Bliss Care.