Clear the way for your future with our expert hydrosalpinges treatment
Are you suffering from hydrosalpinges and wondering what your options are? Look no further! Our team of experienced gynaecologists specializes in tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges, providing you with top-quality care and results.
Hydrosalpinges can be a frustrating and painful condition affecting your fertility and overall quality of life. But with our state-of-the-art tubal surgery techniques, we can help you regain control of your health and achieve your desired outcomes.
Our procedures are safe, effective, and performed by board-certified gynaecologists with years of experience. We will guide you through every step of the process and ensure you are fully informed and comfortable before, during, and post-surgery.
As a leading gynaecology clinic providing comprehensive care for women’s reproductive health. We understand the distress that hydrosalpinges can cause and offer a range of tubal surgeries to help our patients overcome this condition. We recommend tubal surgery to improve the chances of a successful pregnancy.
The different types of tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges are:
Tubal reanastomosis is a surgical procedure that involves reconnecting the severed ends of the fallopian tube after a previous tubal ligation. This procedure is typically recommended for women who have had a tubal ligation but now wish to conceive.
Salpingectomy is a surgical procedure that involves removing the affected fallopian tube. We recommend it when the damage is intense. Also, the chances of pregnancy are low. The success rate for salpingectomy is a 50% chance of pregnancy within six months after the procedure.
Salpingostomy is a surgical procedure involving making a small incision in the fallopian tube to remove the fluid and debris causing the blockage.
Tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges is a surgical technique that either repairs or removes the fallopian tubes to cure the condition. It can help women improve their fertility.
It takes one to three hours for the procedure to complete.
After the procedure, you should expect some minor discomfort and pain. But over-the-counter pain relievers can help you manage it.
The success rates of tubal surgery can range from 30% to 70%.
Yes, tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges can be done laparoscopically. It is a minimally invasive surgical technique that involves making small incisions in the abdomen.