Laparoscopy: Reproductive Issue Diagnosis and Treatment

Laparoscopy: Reproductive Issue Diagnosis and Treatment

Laparoscopy is a surgical procedure that is carried out for diagnosis and as a treatment for several conditions. It is a procedure that helps the physician to get a view of the internal organs like uterus,Fallopian tubes & the ovaries. It is recommended when other diagnostic tools such as ultrasound or X-Ray do not yield clear results.


It is one of the most effective methods of treatment in cases of unexplained fertility. It is less invasive & Involves smaller scars, a lower risk of infection & easy recovery compared to traditional surgery. Laparoscopy at Janisthaa is a very safe procedure performed under the supervision of experienced experts and state-of-the-art facilities. Laparoscopy is usually carried out to assess reasons for infertility, assess painful and heavy periods, as a diagnostic tool to take a biopsy & assess abdominal pain or pain in the pelvic region.


Women who are unable to conceive often go for infertility treatment and laparoscopy is one method that may improve one’s chances of getting pregnant. When other fertility tests have not provided a conclusive diagnosis of infertility, laparoscopy is usually performed. It is for this reason that laparoscopy is often performed on women who are unexplained infertility.


  • Laparoscopy is typically performed in a hospital under general anesthesia by a skilled physician or gynecologist.
  • Small incisions are made in the pelvic or abdominal area to allow the laparoscope to access the internal organs. These incisions are minor, heal quickly, and cause less pain compared to open surgery.
  • The laparoscope, a thin tube equipped with a camera and light, is inserted to provide a clear view of the internal organs.
  • Gas may be pumped into the area to expand the region and enhance visualization. Alternatively, a catheter can be used to improve imaging of the organs.
  • After diagnosis or treatment, the carbon dioxide gas is removed, and the patient can typically return home within a few hours with minimal discomfort and only a few stitches.
Laparoscopy’s versatility and minimally invasive approach make it an attractive option for a broad spectrum of patients seeking both diagnostic insight and effective treatment, all with the benefit of quicker recovery and reduced pain.


After surgery, your doctor will explain to you what options you have for becoming pregnant. Having fibroids removed or a fallopian tube repaired may make getting pregnant easier. It is also possible to become pregnant without further treatment when scar tissue is removed in the case of endometriosis or PID.