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When the fertility tests performed under the guidance of a gynaecologist does not yield any conclusive results for the underlying infertility in a woman, a laparoscopy is performed. Only this could bring up or rule out the possible chances of ovarian cysts or fibroids or endometriosis or other reasons that are hindering the fertility.
During laparoscopy for infertility, a small thin camera called a laparoscope through a small incision in the abdomen and pelvis to diagnose any cysts or adhesions. It allows doctors to visualize the pelvic organs and diagnose and treat various conditions, including infertility. Laparaoscopy helpsin diagnosing endometriosis, ovarian cysts, pelvic adhesions, fibroids and tubal blockages.
Hysteroscopy: Hysteroscopy is minimally invasive surgical procedure that can be used in the evaluation and treatment of infertility. It focuses on examining and treating conditions outside the uterus, hysteroscopy involves visualizing the inside of the uterus by inserting a thin, lighted instrument called a hysteroscope through the cervix. Hysteroscopy can be helpful in diagnosing and treating various uterine abnormalities that may contribute to infertility like fibroids which are located inside the uterine cavity, Uterine septum, polyps, adhesions and abnormality of uterine lining.
Ovarian Cystectomy: Ovaries are the torch bearers for the production of eggs that are fertilised to attain pregnancy. In general, a woman has two ovaries on either side of the uterus. When a follicle bearing the egg doesn’t dissolve post the release of the egg or when the fluid doubles up inside a follicle, cysts develop. However, in most cases, ovarian cysts dissolve on their own after a few weeks or months. A general pelvic observation by a gynaecologist could help identify the cysts and treat them.
Myomectomy: The unpredictable growth of benign tissues within the uterus walls are medically termed myomas (fibroids). Though harmless, the presence of fibroids in the uterus can hinder pregnancy chances in a woman. Diagnosing and removing the fibroids in early stages can reduce the risk of infertility. In myomectomy, the patient’s uterus would be intact with healthy tissue lining and they can achieve pregnancies in future.
TLH (Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy): Laproscopic hysterectomy is the removal of uterus due to underlying pathological conditions. When a gynecologist advises laparoscopic hysterectomy, we offer Total laproscopic hysterectomy with shorter stay as a day care surgery with less pain and faster healing.
At Akarsh hospitals, patients see zero post-surgery effects, reduced recovery time as the surgeons are highly qualified and experienced. They prescribe the right treatment at the right time that suits the patient’s body and match their medical history.
Cholecystectomy: Replacing the age-old practice of making major incision as a part of the treatment of chronic cholecystitis, gallstone pancreatitis, gallstone masses, etc., a non-invasive surgery, Laparoscopic cholecystectomy, is referred to the patients. The surgery is involved with the procedure of removing an abnormal gallbladder through micro cuts using a laparoscopy. Patients are allowed to go home the very next day and resume normal activities within a week. This zero invasive surgery helps relieve major pain and discomfort.
Akarsh hospitals, Visakhapatnam has the best and world-class amenities with experienced surgeons having most success rates in performing the cholecystectomy.
Hernia repair: A hernia repair usually deals with surgically pushing back a bulging tissue from an abdominal muscle to its original position. The procedure adopts a mesh to support the tissue and repair the weakened region. Depending upon the protruding ways and areas. Our specialist team offers best hernia repair so that patient recovers in shortest time.
Varicocele repair: When a man experiences enlarged veins in his scrotum – the pouch of skin that carries the testicles – he should have to consider getting a varicocele repair. However, in most cases, early diagnosis results in no need of a surgery or treatment as most of the varicoceles alleviate on their own. Timely treatment of the varicoceles at a reputed hospital can help in preventing future infertility in men and also hinders the uneven growth of testicles.
However, experts recommend analysing the semen at an early age of 18 or after a person reaches his puberty to rule out the necessity of a repairing surgery. In most cases fertility chances steep below the normal in future with varicoceles.
The most widely recommended surgery being the laparoscopic varicocelectomy wherein the surgeon performs the vein ligation using thin tubes using laparoscope. Akarsh hospital facilitates the best equipment and tools and boasts of its best surgical team to treat varicoceles with ease and guaranteed results.