What are Fallopian Tubes?
The fallopian tubes are vitally important for female fertility. They are how the eggs get from the ovaries to the uterus. Under normal circumstances, sperm will travel into the fallopian tubes to fertilize an egg released from the ovary, and the resulting embryo is nourished and transported to the uterus where the pregnancy will continue to term.
What is fallopian tube recanalisation surgery?
A common cause of female infertility is blockage of the fallopian tubes, usually as the result of debris that has built up. Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalisation surgery is a minimally-invasive surgical procedure using small, specially-designed instruments to repair and reconnect the fallopian tubes.
How is the surgery performed?
At Aarvy Hospital, Gurgaon, the tube recanalisation surgery is performed under General Anesthesia. Surgeon at Aarvy Hospital Gurgaon makes a small incision is made just under the navel. Laparoscope is inserted to evaluate the fallopian tube and the type of obstruction. Then the occlusion is removed. At aarvy Hospital Gurgaon we make sure that the surgery is successful. After the surgery a dye is injected to ensure that the tube recanalisation procedure has been successfully done.
How long is the stay in the hospital?
The best thing in a laparoscopic procedure is the short stay in hospital and very less blood loss during the surgery. You just need to stay in the hospital for 2-3 days only.
Laparoscopic Surgeon for Tube Recanalisation Surgery at Aarvy Hospital, Gurgaon
Dr Renu Yadav