Pelviscopic Laser Surgery

Pelviscopic Laser Surgery 2018-01-26T23:43:48+00:00

Pelviscopic Laser Surgery

If you suffer from fertility issues, you might have a pelvic disorder. It’s important to diagnose and treat the pelvic disorder so you can have a healthy, happy pregnancy and build the family you desire.

Pelviscopic laser surgery is the key to diagnosing and treating pelvic disorders. Also referred to as a pelvic laparoscopy, this is a relatively simple procedure that can be performed as an inpatient or outpatient surgery.

If your doctor is concerned about potential issues with your pelvis, he or she will schedule pelviscopic laser surgery. The surgery can diagnosis:

  • Endometriosis

  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

  • Appendicitis

  • Ovarian Cists

  • Other Issues That Cause Fertility


Your doctor can also use pelviscopic laser surgery to correct issues. He or she can use this device to repair the ovaries or fallopian tubes, remove scar tissue, repair the uterus, or take a biopsy. It is also used for treatments that aren’t related to trying to conceive, such as tubal ligations and hysterectomies.

Your length of stay at the facility depends on the type of treatment you get, but in most cases, you will get to go home the following day at the latest.

Most people who deal with fertility issues are good candidates for pelviscopic laser surgery. Doctors must gather as much information as they can to diagnosis and treat these issues, and this helps them add more pieces to the puzzle. However, those who have lots of scar tissue might not be good candidates for this procedure. Also, morbidly obese patients cannot undergo a pelviscopic laser surgery.

It’s common to feel a little nervous before undergoing a procedure of any kind. You can calm your nerves by understanding the procedure.

You will begin on a procedure table. Once there, the anaesthesiologist will give you general anaesthesia. Then, an endotracheal tube will be inserted so you can breathe during the procedure. You will also be affixed with monitoring devices to monitor your vitals during the procedure.

The team will clean your lower abdomen, and then the surgeon will make a small incision. The surgeon will then fill your abdominal cavity with carbon dioxide gas. This expands the cavity, making it easier to perform the procedure.

Then, the surgeon will insert the laparoscope and look at the pelvis on a TV monitor. The doctor will evaluate the region and make additional incisions if a procedure needs to be done.

If you think you might have a pelvic disorder, take the next step and contact us. We will begin the process with a free phone evaluation. Then, we will have you come into the office for an in-person evaluation. Our experienced team will come up with a treatment plan designed specifically for you. We look forward to helping you as you begin your journey to starting a family. With us by your side, you can finally realize your dreams.