Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Overcome Infertility -- Types and Risks of Conventional Surgery In Treating Infertility

If a couple can not get pregnant after 1 year of unprotected sex or carry the fetus to full term, they are considered as infertile couple. Most people under this circumstance, they will seek help from conventional doctor. After lengthy examination and diagnosis, if surgical problem is found, then the followings are recommended by their specialist depending to what has been diagnosed. In this article, we will discuss types and risks of conventional surgery in treating infertility.

I. Types of conventional surgery for infertility
1. Laparotomy microsurgery
Laparotomy microsurgery is surgical procedure which helps to remove the endometrial scar tissues which in some ways interfere with the female fertilization process by reconstructing or repairing the Fallopian tube using a microscope.

2. Laparsoscope
After a small incision, the laparoscope is inserted for the doctor to view the pelvic organs. If any abnormality is found, another incision is needed for the doctor to remove any scar tissue, endometriosis or cyst, etc. It helps your doctor to have a clean view of your abdomen and repair the blockage of the fallopian tubes, if necessary.This procedure is often used to treat female infertility with blockage of fallopian tubes and endometriosis .

3. Hyteroscope
By using a fiber optic scope connecting to the hyteroscope and stretching the cervical canal, your doctor has a clean view of your uterine. If any abnormality is found such as fibroids, polyps, and scarring, hysteroscopy, they will be is remove, as they may obstruct the fertility processes. Hysteroscopy is routinely performed on an outpatient setting and the recovery time is typically between 2-3 days.

4. Falloposcope
By inserting a tiny flexible fibre-optic scope through the cervix, uterus and into the Fallopian tubes, you doctor can view your fallopian clearly. It is performed in out patient setting, if your doctor suspects there are tubal obstruction problem which interferes with the egg fertilization. It is often used to determine whether fallopian corrective surgery or IVF is the better treatment for infertility.

II. Risks
Like other surgeries, there are always some risks in reproductive diagnosis and surgery including
a) Infection
b ) Bleeding
c) Reactions to anaesthesia
d) Damage to the other reproductive organs such as. intestine or urinary tract

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