It is not the end of your child-bearing dreams if the process of IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) failed! An experienced gynaecological laparoscopic surgeon may help you find the various other problematic factors. Do not worry! Because these barriers are treatable. A laparoscopic surgeon can diagnose these factors and treat them by the process of laparoscopy. Thus, helping you bring a happy young little one to the world.
So, the answer to the question whether a laparoscopic surgeon can help you conquer infertility is ‘yes’. But how? Let’s check that out!
Two Factors that a Laparoscopic Surgeon can Address for Infertility.
According to experts, endometrial deposits formed outside the uterus can be a significant cause of infertility in women. This factor is called Endometriosis. Research suggests that about 25 to 50% of infertile women suffer from it.
A minimally invasive procedure of surgical laparoscopy done by a skilled laparoscopic surgeon can help diagnose the condition. That’s necessary because there is no single test that can suffice for the evaluation. The procedure takes place with the help of a laparoscope. It is a long, slender tube inserted into the pelvic area with a camera at one end of it to properly observe your condition.
Your laparoscopic surgeon may observe other complications as well. For example, ovarian cysts, inflammation, scar tissue, or intestinal and bladder complications. Apart from these, infertility and the risk of ovarian cancer are also crucial to note. All these are grave conditions which you must not ignore. An early diagnosis of these complications is essential. This reason makes it even more critical for you to consult a laparoscopic surgeon soon.
Some of these symptoms include painful menstrual cramps, heavier, longer periods and fatigue. When it comes to pain, you might find your pelvic region and lower back aching a lot. Apart from these, you might observe nausea, painful intercourse or problems like constipation, diarrhoea etc.
You might wonder if there are any natural methods of treating endometriosis. The good news is that a good diet can reduce the risk of the problem. Yet, only consulting an experienced laparoscopic surgeon will confirm the probability. You might be scared of the surgery. Still, it is better to talk with me at my clinic. We’ll help you figure out the right treatment if you are someone who goes through symptoms like those mentioned above.
2. Blocked Fallopian Tubes
If you look at a diagram of a uterus, you will find two thin tubes, one from each side of it. These tubes are fallopian tubes. They are responsible for taking mature eggs down from the ovaries to the core section of the uterus.
Sometimes there is a hindrance in the tubes. The hindrance blocks the matured egg from moving any further while travelling to the uterus. This causes what we call blocked fallopian tubes or tubal factor infertility. Why is it something you should know? Because this factor is one of the primary causes of infertility in every 3 of 10 women worldwide.
A few causes of blockage in fallopian tubes are endometriosis, STD infections, previous miscarriage, and past ectopic pregnancy. Also, a past of ruptured appendix or a history of surgery involving fallopian tubes can be a reason.
When it comes to symptoms, there aren’t many distinct ones for blocked tubes. In most women, such a blockage is only observed during the diagnosis of infertility. This means that infertility is in most cases, the symptom of blocked fallopian tubes.
A laparoscopic surgery can help you here as well. That too, both in the diagnosis and treatment of the issue. For example, if the blockage is due to endometrial deposits or scar tissue, the laparoscopic surgeon can remove them for treatment.
But, the success rates of the treatment also depend on your age and the severity of the condition. Also, the chances of ectopic pregnancy rise in the case of tubal factor infertility. Yet, one must not forget that there is still quite a good chance of pregnancy if the treatment is successful. And that is what matters, as the benefits overweigh the risks and the effort.
You can have me help you as your laparoscopic surgeon for this diagnosis and treatment of blocked fallopian tubes. Consider booking a consultation with me at my clinic right now. I might help you with insights you never considered about this child-bearing dream of yours.
The Bottom Line
Apart from these two significant factors, other reproductive issues like fibroids and PCOS can also be the reason for your infertility. Treating them is possible. So, do not give up on your dream to get pregnant and bear a child of your own. Take help from a skilled and compassionate gynaecological laparoscopic surgeon of your choice. If you want, I can be that laparoscopic surgeon for you.
With 24+ years of experience in this field, I have helped many parents fulfil their dream of completing a family. I helped them by diagnosing their conditions and by finding the right way for them to conceive. Be it treatment through laparoscopy, IVF or simple medications.
Extremely happy with the success rates and with a positive belief, I encourage you to get in touch with me and find a cure to your gynaecological issues.
Have questions? Book a consultation and get your answers today!