Infertility is a problem that involves 15% of the population. The scientific advances have managed to establish treatments that promote the union of the sperm and the ovule, however, not in all cases are effective, since they depend on what causes infertility.
The reproductive surgery is a procedure to observe uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes, in order to detect a problem that is causing infertility and should always be considered when the patient has a history of surgeries such as appendectomy, intestinal surgeries, ovarian surgery, or in fallopian tubes.
In general there are two types of reproductive surgery: Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy (Surgery by laparotomy practically no longer performed). In this space I would like to share with you about Laparoscopy surgery applied to Reproduction
Normally laparoscopy is a surgery performed in an operating room with an optical instrument called a laparoscope with which the surgeon can see through it, usually placed in the umbilical region by applying a camera to observe the images on a screen. TV. In addition, two secondary ports can be installed where instruments such as scissors or laser beams are inserted. The type of anesthesia is general and in most cases the patient is discharged that same day. In general, laparoscopy can be performed for diagnostic purposes or to repair any damage that prevents the patient from achieving a pregnancy such as adhesions, fallopian tube obstruction, reversal of salpingoclasm, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids or endometriosis. The prognosis will depend on the severity of the problem.