Reproductive Surgery

What is reproductive Surgery?

Reproductive surgery is surgery done in the area of reproductive medicine. It is done by experts, whose forte is to treat the reproductive organs of both men and women. We call them, gynaecologists, for women and urologists, for men. 

Reproductive surgeries are done to treat normal uterus, ovaries, and ovaries in women. And, urologists help restore male fertility through 

reproductive surgery. In this article, you are going to read about the treatment and procedures of reproductive surgery. 

Reproductive surgery at Apollo:

Looking for an expert in reproductive surgeries? Then, stop thinking, Apollo Centre is here to help you to come out of this difficult situation. 

Apollo Fertility Centers are filled with qualified medical staff. The Apollo Fertility Centre in Belapur has experts, who are there to listen to your issues attentively about the issues of infertility, try to go deep down into the problem of infertility, and provide the best guidance to you.

How is Female Reproductive Surgery Carried Out?

Female reproductive surgery is carried out by performing Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopy, Tubal Reversal Surgery, and vaginal Surgeries.


Hysteroscopy is a procedure that follows to diagnose and treat the causes of abnormal uterine bleeding. In this procedure, the surgeon inserts the hysteroscope, or small camera, through the vagina to see the cervix and the inside of your uterus.

This allows the surgeon to look into the inside of the uterus and diagnose polyps, fibroids, scar tissue, and uterine anomalies that could create problems in pregnancy. Hysteroscopy is a safe procedure with zero involvement of any cuts.

Laparoscopy :

Laparoscopy or keyhole surgery allows the surgeon to look into the pelvic organs of the woman through the abdomen. 

Laparoscopic is generally done when surgeons want to see the further outside of the uterus, the fallopian tubes, and the ovaries to treat extreme conditions like endometriosis, and pelvic adhesive diseases. 

Though, this surgery looks like a big deal as it involves minimal cuts like a keyhole in the abdomen but proper rest after the surgery as the surgeon injected carbon dioxide into the woman's abdomen.

Tube Reversal Surgery 

Tube Reversal Surgery can be carried out on patients who wanted to be pregnant again. In this procedure, the surgeon unties, reopens, or reconnects your fallopian tube to restore sperm and egg contact.

The doctor will consider some of the points before doing this operation such as :

The type of surgery to tie the fallopian tube, the overall health of your ovaries, uterus, and the health of your remaining fallopian tube, especially length.

Vaginal Surgery 

Vaginal operations are done to treat congenital defects in the uterine or vaginal development. The main aim of this surgery is to reconstruct or repair the vagina. This surgery includes transverse or longitudinal vaginal septum, an incompletely formed cervix, or an upper vagina since birth.


Microsurgeries have been done to treat the infections like corneal damage or fallopian tubes that have burned, clipped, tied, clipped, or cut.

Who qualifies for the Surgery:

Women who face the subsequent conditions should get reproductive surgery as soon as possible:

  • Endometriosis
  • Pelvic Adhesions
  • Tube Ligation
  • Uterine Septum
  • Uterine Tumours
  • Obstetrical Cysts
  • Ovarian Polyps 
  • Ubal Illness 

Risks Or Complications In Reproductive Surgery 

The risks or complications in reproductive surgery vary from woman to woman. It depends n the women’s body type ( obese or thin), prior surgery, any pre-existing medical disorder, or significant pathology. The following risks may occur with any surgery:

  • The damage to internal organs includes the colon, uterus, blood vessels, and nerves.
  • The delay in recovery of bladder function because of extensive surgery in the pelvis.
  • Self–catheterize occasionally in the short term and very infrequently in the long run.
  • A stent(tube) is passed through a telescope before and during endometriosis when the uterus is affected.
  • Usually, the stent will be removed after six weeks.
  • if the ureter is cut, it is probable to rejoin the abdominal cut.
  • Nerve injury can happen in vaginal surgery.
  • Infections can occur, which can cause fever or yellowish discharge from the incision.
  • Chances of ectopic pregnancy can occur after tube reversal surgery.

However, these above-mentioned conditions are very rare to happen and vary from patient to patient.

1. What is the doctor’s fee at Apollo Fertility Centre, Belapur?

You can ask about the doctor’s fee at Apollo Fertility Center, Belapur while scheduling an appointment.

2. Why should I consider Apollo Fertility Centre in Belapur?

Apollo Fertility Centre provides you right advice according to your situation. We have specialized healthcare providers who are ready to hear your all problems and have modern types of equipment to get done all the surgeries at a competitive price.

3. How can I book an appointment for Apollo fertility Hospital?

You can book your appointment online and offline. Online Booking: please visit the Apollo Fertility appointment with the Apollo 24/7 website or an app. Offline Booking: you can visit Apollo Fertility directly between 8 AM to 8 PM or call on 1860-500-4424. The address is as follows: Apollo Hospitals, Plot # 13, Off Uran Road, Parsik Hill Rd, Sector 23, CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400614

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