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Reproductive Surgery

Fertility Center of Dallas offers surgical options for the treatment of a variety of infertility causes. We may recommend you have surgery once your history is reviewed and a treatment plan considered.

Reproductive Surgery may be one of the following:

Operative Laparoscopy

Most abnormal findings discovered at diagnostic laparoscopy can be corrected in the same sitting. Besides using several operating tools such as grasping forceps, needle suture devices, operating scissors and other fine instruments, various energy sources such as laser, ultrasound, and electro surgical instruments are utilized.

Fallopian Tube Surgery

Fallopian Tube Surgery Tubal reanastamosis (Salpingo-salpingostomy), or reversal, is a microsurgical procedure for re-establishing fertility in women who have previously had their tubes tied. Fortunately for these couples, with modern surgical procedures in the hands of a trained microsurgeon, restoration of fertility occurs in up to 80 percent (under optimal circumstances) of women who have previously undergone sterilization procedures.

Operative Hysteroscopy

Using several operating tools such as grasping forceps, operating scissors, other fine instruments, and energy sources such as laser, ultrasound, and electro surgical instruments, the abnormalities discovered when performing a diagnostic hysteroscopy can be corrected at the same time. Hormonal medication such as estrogens may be prescribed to stimulate the endometrial lining.

Diagnostic Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows for a complete examination and evaluation of a woman’s pelvic and abdominal structures.

Diagnostic Hysteroscopy

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is procedure where a telescope is inserted inside the uterus under general anesthesia. This enables your doctor to evaluate the inside of the uterine cavity for evidence of fibroids, scarring, congenital anomalies (uterine septum), polyps, and scarring (adhesions).

The more accurate your diagnosis is, particularly if you’re dealing with multiple infertility factors, the sooner you’ll be able to get the fertility treatment(s) you need.

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