Laparoscopy / Hysteroscopy
These are the two methods for minimal invasive surgical procedure without making any incisions. Either is used for the following treatments.
Tubal Reversal which is also known as tubal re-anastomosis, is a procedure performed to re-instate the tubes of women who previously had their tubes tied under surgical birth control procedure. In case of lower sperm count in male partner, this procedure can be followed by IVF.
Fibroids, ovarian cysts and polyps in the uterus can prevent conception or lead to miscarriage. So it becomes necessary to remove them for conception and successful pregnancy.
Tubal Blocks are blockages in fallopian tubes which prevent convergence of the sperm and ova. These kind of blockages account for nearly 20% of infertility cases and can be solved simply by either of the surgical methods.
Uterine Septum in simple terms is malformation of the uterus cavity making it unfavorable for pregnancy as such condition can lead to miscarriage or premature birth. By using either of the surgical methods the uterus cavity is reconstructed in to make it favorable for pregnancy
Fallopian tube sperm perfusion
This technique is a modified version of IUI (Intra Uterine Insemination) in which a larger volume of sperm is prepared and injected through the cervix to reach the fallopian tubes. In women with unexplained infertility, this technique yields higher pregnancy rates.