Laparoscopy

  • - Laparoscopy can be done on its own or combined with hysteroscopy and must be done under general anesthesia.
  • - A scope and a camera are introduced into the abdomen through the umbilicus and two other small incisions to check and exclude the following abnormalities:
  • - Fallopian tube blockage or distortion.
  • - Pelvic adhesions.
  • - Endometriosis.
  • - Uterine abnormalities.
  •  - This procedure takes a longer duration than the hysteroscopy and slightly longer time to recover.
  • - Patients might suffer from shoulder pains post operatively which can be easily treated by simple pain killers.