Tubal Laparoscopy

Tubal ligation is used as a permanent method of birth control. In this, fallopian tubes are blocked, preventing pregnancy by blocking the entry of sperms reaching the eggs. Laparoscopic tubal ligation is done with laparoscopy, and the surgeon makes two incisions on the abdomen. The doctor inserts a laparoscope with an instrument ligating the tube through the incision. The lens present in the laparoscope magnifies the location and helps the surgeon to seal the tubes. It takes a week or two to get healed.

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Which test should I undergo for irregular periods?

Query: Hello doctor,I had a one-day period during my last menstrual cycle. After 14 days, I had pink spotting for three days. Then it turned to a brown discharge and then a normal bleeding like my menstruation. All this went on for 10 days. Today, the bleeding is very light. I am trying to conceive. My gyn...  Read Full »


Dr. Neha Singh Rathod

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Yes, once the bleeding has completely stopped, you can go for the hysterosalpingography test. So, please wait until then. Once the period gets over, immediately on the next day, you can go for the test. However, if you have a doubt, get back to me. Take care. For furt...  Read Full »

Should I go for tubal laparoscopy if I do not get pregnant this month?

Query: Hello doctor, I am trying to conceive for the last six months, so my doctor advised to take Caberlin, Siphene, and Duphaston, in the first three months. In the third and fourth month, Gestin. And this month, Letrozole and Duphaston. My doctor said if I do not get pregnant this month, then I should g...  Read Full »


Dr. Neha Singh Rathod

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. The treatment is definitely the correct one. Please get a laparoscopy done to know the exact cause. Difficultly in conception could be because of hormonal changes, problems related to tubes and ovaries, or some seminal problems in your partner. Do get back to me with re...  Read Full »

I am having trouble getting pregnant. What can I do other than IVF?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a 24 year old female who is having trouble getting pregnant. We have been trying for two years. We have been working with my gynecologist for a year now. I have tried Clomid six rounds. I have tried two IUIs and still nothing. My husband's sperm analysis was normal and we have be...  Read Full »


Dr. R Balakrishnan Menon

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. How are you doing? I understand the strain you are experiencing. Your age, normal reports, semen parameters, trying almost every day are all good prognostic factors, most positive factor is that you had a pregnancy, no matter what your result was. Use of Clomid imp...  Read Full »

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