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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.

  • Experienced doctors
  • Patient-centered approach
  • State-of-the-art facilities
Benefits of Tubal surgery
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Increase success rate with ARTs
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Lower the risk of complications
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Reduce the risk of ectopic pregnancy
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Enrich your quality of life
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Improve fertility
Tubal Surgery for Hydrosalpinges: Types and Success Rates

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

    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.

  • Success rates for tubal reanastomosis are generally high, with a 50-70% chance of pregnancy within a year after the procedure.
  • Salpingectomy

    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

    Salpingostomy is a surgical procedure involving making a small incision in the fallopian tube to remove the fluid and debris causing the blockage.

  • When severe damage happens, or the chances of pregnancy are high, we recommend salpingostomy. Success rates for salpingostomy vary, with a 20-40% chance of pregnancy within six months after the procedure.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q1) What is hydrosalpinges tubal surgery?
  • Q2) How long does tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges take?
  • Q3) Is tubal surgery painful?
  • Q4) What are the success rates of tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges?
  • Q5) Can tubal surgery for hydrosalpinges be done laparoscopically?

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