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  • What is reproductive surgery?
  • What is laparoscopic surgery?
  • What is the importance of reproductive surgery?
  • What is the hysteroscopy surgery?
  • What is vas deferens /epididymal blockage & what could be the treatment?
  • What is Varicocelectomy?

Female Sexual Problems

  • Reproductive surgery includes a wide range of operations design for different purpose. Most operations save the uterus, tubes & ovaries. Operations such as tubal reversal increase fertility while others such tubal ligation decrease fertility in female. In the male, varicocele, vas obstruction as well as other abnormalities are treated.

  • Laparoscopic surgery is usually preferable to a standard open surgical approach, because this reduces handling of tissues, prevents drying of surfaces & allows better access to & visualization of the deep pelvic structures. It also provides magnification & the ability to achieve more complete haemostasis. The net result is a better restoration of anatomy, decreased adhesion formation, lower risk of recurrence of endometriosis or pain & higher chances of pregnancy.

  • Reproductive surgery is to restore normal anatomy & function to the reproductive organs. Damage caused by inflammation, infection, or endometriosis leaves these structures more vulnerable to postoperative adhesion formation.

  • This is a surgical procedure in which a telescope is inserted through the cervix into the uterus. The cavity of the uterus can then be examined; a procedure such as removal of fibroid, polyp or scar tissue can be performed.

  • This problem is caused by injury to the genital tract due to STD or vasectomy incurred during other surgical procedure. Reproductive surgical treatments include vasectomy, reversal vasectomy, and epididymostomy.

  • Varicocelectomy is the surgical removal or ligation of varicose veins in the scrotal sac.


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