Fertility Enhancing

Fertility Enhancing Surgeries

Fertility Enhancing Surgeries

Our fertility enhancement comprises four distinguished procedures and surgeries that help the couple to correct and remove all the mentioned fertility complications. We cover the following surgeries and help the couple enhance their chances of getting pregnant. Our fertility-enhancing surgeries include:


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Hysteroscopy Procedure

Hysteroscopy is a surgery done using a hysteroscope (a thin, lighted tube inserted inside the vagina to check the cervix and inside of the uterus). The procedure aids in getting a closer look at the cervix and uterus and diagnosing the cause of the problem. For example, the process is suggested when a woman has abnormal periods, i.e. either her periods are too heavy or the length of her cycle is too long. If the doctor finds something abnormal, she can take out a sample during the Hysteroscopy procedure and test it later.

Laparoscopic Myomectomy

Laparoscopy is an operation performed in the abdomen or pelvis using small incisions with the aid of a camera, and the incisions are made in the naval region. The laparoscope aids in diagnosis or therapeutic interventions with a few small cuts in the abdomen. Laparoscopy can also be referred to as MIS or Minimally Invasive Surgery.


Before getting into cystectomy, or myomectomy surgery, let’s first understand what ovarian cysts are. The fluid-filled sacs in or on the surface of a woman’s ovary are known as ovarian cysts. These cysts are common and are normal during the childbearing years in a woman’s life. They usually form during the ovulation period, are harmless, and even dissolve on their own, but not always. In some cases, they demand treatment for removing the cysts, which is known as a cystectomy.

Myomectomy Surgery

A myomectomy surgery is a procedure to remove the fibroids from the uterus of the female partner. Fibroids are the muscular layers of the uterus, usually non-cancerous but can cause severe abdominal cramps and increase blood flow during menstruation. The procedure is done without affecting the uterus with the help of laparoscopic or robotic myomectomies.