Fertility Surgery

While some infertility issues can be solved with treatment, others require surgery. Fertility surgery is offered to infertile women or men for correcting anatomical defects that may impair the ability to conceive.

When to opt for the treatment option?

If you are a woman with anatomical factors like fibroids, polyps, pelvic adhesions, endometriosis cyst, uterine septum, or uterine synechiae, you’ll need to undergo fertility enhancing surgery. Or if you are a man with varicocele and h/o vasectomy, you’ll need surgical correction for enhancing fertility.

Patients who require fertility surgery need to undergo a detailed evaluation and plan for the mode of surgery. This evaluation and planning will try and improve fertility function. Patients also undergo investigation and pre-anesthesia fitness. If the patient is fit for surgery, then after thorough counseling, the patient is posted for a planned surgery. With the laparoscopic and hysteroscopy approach the fertility surgeries are mostly daycare procedures where the patient gets admitted in the morning and discharged by evening.

What are the precautions to be taken?
Since fertility surgeries are mostly daycare procedures, patients do not have many restrictions. Patients can have a normal diet from the very next day and can perform all routine activities. In a few cases, they are advised to avoid exertion and weight-bearing activities.
How to take care post-treatment?
The surgery is mostly risk-free. With the advancement in technology and improved anesthetic techniques, there is very minimal anesthesia and surgical risk. Patients with pelvic adhesions, endometrioma, or uterine synechiae undergoing fertility surgery have minimal risk of recurrence.

Fast Facts:

Our Success Rate:

70%-75% of the female infertility cases

Average span of treatment:

One menstrual cycle in an optimum condition

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