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Laparoscopic Fallopian Tube Recanalisation

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Advance Laparoscopic fallopian tube recanalization in Mumbai, Goregaon

After having a tubal ligation, which is a permanent form of contraception, due to unforeseen circumstances, some women may seek a reversal of sterilization.  Laparoscopic fallopian tube recanalization in Goregaon Mumbai, being a minimally invasive surgery, is technically challenging but it has its own distinct advantages like faster recovery and less pain. Laparoscopic tubal recanalization has emerged as an alternative route to perform a microsurgical reversal of a ligated fallopian tube.  The procedure aims at reconnecting the previously cut portions of the fallopian tube to restore fertility.

What is Laparoscopic Fallopian Tube Recanalization

Laparoscopic tubal recanalization Goregaon Mumbai is done to reopen blocked tubes using a laparoscope with a camera inserted through small incisions above the umbilicus. The surgeon performs the surgery while looking at the image on the screen. Laparoscopy involves very less tissue damage; so the success rate of this procedure is good with pain-free and fast recovery. 

 

CPT code – 58670″

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Popular FAQ

Indications of Tubal Recanalisation

  1. The unfortunate loss of the existing child after fallopian tube ligation surgery
  2. Fallopian tube damage due to infection
  3. Fallopian tube damage due to surgical adhesions
  4. Religious reasons

Pre operative preparations:

1. You will be asked to carry all your investigation reports which include your complete blood count; liver, thyroid; kidney function tests and other preoperative tests, and the x-ray chest. 

2. You will be asked to be on a light diet a day prior to surgery especially to avoid milk and milk products as they bloat your stomach.

3. You will be asked to stop the medications like estrogen-containing medicines a month prior to surgery and also blood thinners like aspirin at least a week prior to surgery.

4. You will be asked to report any signs of illness in case you have it prior to surgery. 

Procedure

  1. This procedure is done under general anesthesia in the operating room.
  2. A small incision is placed around your umbilicus and through this, your abdomen is inflated with Co2 gas then a fibreoptic telescope is introduced and all abdominal organs are inspected.
  3. 2 or 3 more such tiny incisions are placed on the abdomen through which other tiny laparoscopic instruments are inserted.
  4. The whole abdominal cavity is examined thoroughly. Both the fallopian tubes are inspected and the site of the block is identified. Then the length of the tube is judged and based on that further surgery is carried out.  It involves cutting the scarred tissues on the fallopian tube and rejoining the cut ends to establish the patency.

Post Operative Period

You will be in the recovery room for 2 hrs after you wake up from anesthesia. You may feel sleepy for next few hours after which you will be shifted to your room.

You may have mild pain in your shoulder or back which is because of the gas used in surgery but it will subside in a day or two.

You may have some discomfort in the area or you may feel tired for a few days after the procedure but with each passing day you feel better.

Contact your doctor immediately if pain does not go away or if it is associated with nausea and vomiting or any other problems.

Recovery and Discharge After Laparoscopic Fallopian Tube Recanalisation

You will be asked to start taking clear liquids 6 hrs after the surgery followed by a light diet and once completely out of the effects of anesthesia; you will be discharged the same day.

Complications of Laparoscopic Fallopain Tube Recanalisation

As with any surgical procedure, there are associated risks and complications which include:

  1. Problems of anaesthesia
  2. Injury to internal organs
  3. Bleeding and infection

Any specific risks and complications will be discussed with you prior to the procedure

FAQ On Tubal Recanalisation

 

Q:What Is Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalisation?
A: Laparoscopic tubal recanalization is a surgical procedure to reverse tubal ligation or sterilization by joining the cut portions of the fallopian tubes.


Q: How Successful Is Fallopian Tube Recanalisation?
A: Successful intrauterine pregnancy occurs in about 30 to 50% of cases but the result depends upon your age; The type of surgery you had to get your tubes tied like laparoscopic or open; your overall health and the health of your ovaries, uterus, and remaining fallopian tubes, especially their length

 

 

Q: How Soon Can I Start Planning Pregnancy After Tubal Recanalisation?
A: Tubal recanalization involves rejoining the healthy parts of the damaged tubes by stitching them up. Usually, it takes 3 months for the stitches to dissolve completely. So it is always advisable to get pregnant after 3 months when the swelling is gone and the chances of ectopic or tubal pregnancy are less.

 

Q: Is Fallopian Tube Recanalisation Painful?
A: Tubal recanalization is done under anesthesia so you do not feel pain. Postoperatively, you will be given round-the-clock pain killers so that your recovery is smooth.

 

Q: What Is The Recanalisation Of Fallopian Tubes After Tubectomy?
A: Recanalisation of fallopian tubes is surgery for joining the tubes damaged due to tubal ligation; infection or endometriosis. When the tubes are artificially blocked by tubal ligation; they require recanalization. Here; the damaged and ligated part of the tubes is excised and the healthy parts are rejoined with sutures.

 

Q: How Long Does It Take To Get Pregnant After Tubal Recanalisation?

A: Most successful pregnancy after tubal recanalization takes place within the first year of the recanalization.

 

Q:what Is Tubal Recanalisation Cost In India?
A: Tubal recanalization costs around 60000 to 100000.

 

Q: What Is The Difference Between Sterilisation And Tubal Ligation?
A: Tubal ligation is a method of sterilization that may include other methods like clipping or applying silicone rings; also called falope rings.

 

Q: What Is The Best Method Of Tubal Ligation?
A: Any method when performed by an expert works well. Laparoscopic tubal ligation has the advantage of faster recovery; less tissue damage and minimally invasive method.


Q: can Your Tubes Grow Back After Sterilisation?
A: The tubes can grow back in 0.1 to 0.8% cases; which is exactly the failure rate of tubal sterilization.

 

Q: What Are The Steps Of Tubal Recanalisation?
A:The main steps of recanalization include first assessing the site of block; removing the damaged portion and then stitching up the healthy segments with the finest suture materials.

Laparoscopic Fallopian Tube Recanalization; MUMBAI

Dr. Mrs. Dimple Doshi is a lady gynecologist; practicing at Vardaan Hospital situated in Goregaon West; Mumbai. We have a range of packages for Laparoscopic Fallopian Tube Recanalization depending on the type of room you select.

Economy ward/ general room : 50,000
Semi special room: 68000 to 75000
Deluxe Room: 1.2 lacs
Super deluxe room: 1.5 lacs
Suit rooms: 2 lacs

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