Endoscopic Surgery

Endoscopic Surgery

Some women may have difficulty conceiving because of problems in their reproductive system. These range from a congenital malformation (birth defect) of the uterus or absence of a vagina, to acquired abnormalities such as polyps, fibroids or endometriosis or blocked tubes

If such a condition is found during fertility evaluation, one may need surgery to correct the problem.


Laparoscopy allows doctors to SEE and assess the pelvic organs which may affect fertility and TREAT them at the same time. It is done under general anesthesia. During the procedure, a small, telescope-like instrument is inserted through the belly button, with additional small instruments placed through the abdominal wall. Some of the conditions that may be found with laparoscopy include endometriosis, tubal damage, hydrosalpinx (a fluid-filled fallopian tube), adhesion, uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts and tumors.

Benefits of Laparoscopy

The benefits are reduced recovery time, lower pain and improved fertility outcomes. The outcome varies from patient to patient and depends on the purpose for which the laparoscopy was done as well as surgical expertise.

Risks/ Complications

Laparoscopy is generally a safe procedure in expert hands and complications are generally limited to surgical site infections, bleeding or anesthetic risks. However, in rare cases there may be injury to adjacent organs like bowel or bladder, especially in those with endometriosis or pelvic adhesions or internal bleeds or severe allergic reaction to anesthetic medications


Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows one to look inside your uterus in order to diagnose and treat various conditions. It is done using a hysteroscope, a thin and small, telescope-like instrument is inserted directly into the uterine cavity.

The scope allows the doctor to SEE the uterine cavity to diagnose conditions such as uterine septum, scar tissue (adhesions), uterine polyps, endometriosis or uterine fibroids and TREAT them at the same time. This is an outpatient surgery done under local or short general anesthesia and it does not require an overnight stay. 

Is a hysteroscopy painful?

During a hysteroscopy one may experience some discomfort relatable to the discomfort of period cramps. The level of discomfort depends on whether any anesthetic drugs have been used or not, the type of hysteroscope used and whether previously the patient has undergone any birth or vaginal procedures

Benefits of hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a safe and short procedure taking anywhere between 10-30 min depending on what is being done.      

Hysteroscopy can lead to diagnosis as well as treatment of any condition found during the procedure.

The recovery is generally quick with only minor cramps and minimal bleeding.


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