A surgeon in laparoscopy looks into the reproductive organs, which are pelvic, fallopian tubes and uterus.
It can be used for discovering a condition or also for treatment. Laparoscopy is always done by giving the patient anesthesia. Which means the person will be unconscious until the procedure is going on. But, you will be able to make to your house, the very same day. Once the patient has dozed off to sleep, a tiny channel called catheter is slipped inside to take some urine. After which a needle is also used for filling the abdomen with a gas called carbon dioxide. The gas will keep the abdominal wall a little away from your organs. It will also minimize the dangers of your getting any kind of injury. After which a small cut is made by the surgeon in the patient’s stomach and the laparoscope is slipped inside, which transmits pictures to a screen, giving doctors a better view of internal organs.
- Unidentified infertility
- Pelvic pain
- Pelvic infection
- Gonads fibroids
- Removal of the ovaries
- Cancers in reproductive parts
- Painful scar
- Obstructing blood flow to fibroids
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Pelvic abscess or pus
Another surgery carried on in IVF center in India is Hysteroscopy, it is the examination of the womb by a telescope. A very tiny telescope is pushed into vagina and cape into the hollow of the womb. This is performed while putting the patient under anesthesia. The surgeon looks into the lining of the womb; the pictures on telescope are put on to a TV so that even the patient can watch (if they wish to). You may need a diagnostic test or lining of the womb. . This takes not more than 30 seconds but may cause a twinge kind of sensation, which goes away very quickly. An overgrowth of the lining of womb might also be found, which can be taken out at the time of surgery.
I would just like to say that, in case you have had any of the above surgeries or are planning to get one done, you don’t need to worry too much, as it might affect your chances of getting pregnant. In case still, you cannot stay calm do pay a visit to your doctor to clear your doubts.