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Laparoscopy is a diagnostic procedure that helps Fertility specialists to have a direct look into the pelvic area which consists of Uterus, Fallopian Tubes and Ovaries. It is suitable for everyone. Depending upon the circumstances and patient’s other investigations are made before surgery. A diagnostic Laparoscopy helps to find uterine Fibroids, Endometriosis, Adhesions, Ovarian, Ectopic Pregnancies and any other structural abnormalities. Sakthi Fertility is one of the best Laparoscopic hospitals in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu. Our best Laparoscopic Surgeon in Coimbatore are performing hundred’s of Laparoscopic surgeries per month. We take special care while carrying out Laparoscopy and ensure that absolutely no harm or damage is incurred to the patient’s internal organs.

A Laparoscope is a thin fiber optic telescope that is inserted into the Belly Button. The fiber optics allows light (to see organs) and CO2 gas (allows space inside the abdomen for clear vision of the reproductive organs).

If the Fertility specialists finds any abnormality, additional instruments can be inserted through tiny incisions. Usually, the incisions are made at pubic hairline on the left or right side of the abdomen. This procedure can be done under spinal anesthesia or General anesthesia.

During a Laparoscopy, the Physician typically introduces a blue dye into the uterine cavity while directly visualizing the Fallopian Tubes. If the Fallopian Tubes are patent (open) but are located in an abnormal location because of scar tissue, then the Surgeon may try to free the Fallopian Tubes to improve the patient’s Fertility.

The Diagnostic Laparoscopy can turn into Operative Laparoscopy if some abnormalities are visible during the examination. If Endometriomas are present in the Ovaries, then the Physician may remove them during Laparoscopy or, if necessary, perform a Laparotomy. A Laparotomy is a surgery performed through a larger incision, usually made along the bikini line. It may require the patient to stay 1 to 3 days in the hospital following the surgery. It can be used as a part of Hysterectomy to remove diseased Ovaries. In addition, a Laparotomy requires a longer recovery period and may create more new scar tissue than Laparoscopic surgery.

Laparoscopy is used to correct certain problems in patients prior to undergoing IVF. For patients uninterested in IVF(for religious, financial or philosophical reasons), Laparoscopy may still represent an important part of their diagnostic and therapeutic options.

Laparoscopy is suggested to patients

1. To find and remove abnormal growths like tumors in abdomen and Pelvis
2. To treat Endometriosis, Ectopic Pregnancy or Pelvic Inflammatory disease (PID)
3. To find the reason for infertility
4. To do Biopsy
5. To find the cause of Pelvic pain
6. To do Tubal Recanalization

The most common risks associated with Laparoscopy are bleeding, infection, and damage to organs in your abdomen. However, these are rare occurrences.
After your Laparoscopic procedure, it’s important to watch for any signs of infection. Contact your doctor if you experience:
• Fever or chills
• Abdominal pain that becomes more intense over time
• Redness, swelling, bleeding, or drainage at the incision sites
• Continuous nausea or vomiting
• Persistent cough
• Shortness of breath
• Inability to urinate
• Light headedness

There is a small risk of damage to the organs being examined during Laparoscopy. Blood and other fluids may leak out into your body if an organ is punctured. In this case, you’ll need other surgery to repair the damage.

Less common risks include:

• Complications from general Anesthesia
• Inflammation of the abdominal wall
• A blood clot, which could travel to your pelvis, legs, or lungs

You should tell your doctor about any prescription or Over-the-counter medications you’re taking. Your doctor will tell you how they should be used before and after the procedure.
Your doctor may change the dose of any medications that could affect the outcome of Laparoscopy. These drugs include:

• Anticoagulants, such as blood thinners
• Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs), including Aspirin (Bufferin) or Ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB)
• Other medications that affect blood clotting
• Herbal or Dietary supplements
• Vitamin K

You should also tell your doctor if you’re Pregnant or think you might be Pregnant. This will reduce the risk of harm to your developing baby. Before Laparoscopy, your doctor may order Blood tests, Urinalysis, Electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG), and Chest X-ray. Your doctor might also perform certain imaging tests, including an Ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI scan.

These tests can help your doctor better understand the abnormality being examined during Laparoscopy. The results also give your doctor a visual guide to the inside of your abdomen. This can improve the effectiveness of Laparoscopy.

You’ll probably need to avoid eating and drinking for at least eight hours before Laparoscopy. You should also arrange for a family member or friend to drive you home after the procedure. Laparoscopy is often performed using General anesthesia, which can make you drowsy and unable to drive for several hours after surgery.

Your doctor may prescribe painkillers to take after your Laparoscopy procedure and will explain when to take these Painkillers & any side-effects you might get. If you need pain relief, you can take Over-The-Counter painkillers such as Paracetamol or Ibuprofen.

Try to get around the house and do a little work a day. This will help with your recovery. Listen to your body though – you’ll be more tired than usual during your recovery and may need naps. You should be able to have sex after a few days, when you feel ready, unless your Surgeon has given you a specific advice.

If you have a Laparoscopy to diagnose a condition, you’ll probably be ready to get back to your usual routine (including work) within a week. If you have treatment during your Laparoscopy – for example for Endometriosis or a Hysterectomy – you may need two to three weeks to recover. If you feel unwell while you’re recovering, contact your doctor for advice.

Laparoscopy entirely depends upon the efficiency of the doctor and his team. We generally carry out it as a day care process where the patient is released within few hours. However, for Operative Laparoscopy, the doctor is the best judge to decide when the patient can be discharged.

We have separate Post Operative Care Units, where our expert caregivers and nurses take good care of the patients. The post operative zone is made completely sterile that negotiates the chance of any infection.

We at Sakthi Fertility serves the best in Laparoscopic Surgery & Infertility Clinics in Udumalpet, Palani, Pollachi, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India and many Infertility couples are benefitted with our treatment and have a complete family. Sakthi Fertility has skilled Laparoscopic Surgery & Endometriosis specialists in Infertility treatment, innovative financing programs, patient friendly, provides the best services to fulfil the people’s dream of having a baby.

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