DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20213461

Role of hysterolaparoscopy in evaluation and management of infertility

Urmila Karya, Neha Singh, Komal Rastogi

Abstract


Background: This study was conducted to evaluate the role of hysteron-laparoscopy in evaluation and management of infertility.

Methods: Prospective observational study was conducted in department of obstetrics and gynaecology, LLRM medical college, SVBP hospital Meerut from May 2019 to June 2020. It included 58 women aged 22-40 years with primary and secondary infertility with normal hormone profile without male factor infertility.

Results: Out of total 58 cases for infertility evaluated, primary infertility were 42 (72.41%) and secondary infertility were 67 (27.59%). In hysteroscopy deep seated ostium (12.06%), followed by endometrial polyp (6.89%) ,intrauterine synechiae (6.89%) were the most common pathologies while common abnormalities in laparoscopy were tubal pathology (20.68%), endometriosis (15.51%), and PCOD (12.06%) .Some of the diagnosed pathologies were dealt surgically in same sitting.

Conclusions: Hystero-laparoscopy is a feasible and acceptable procedure and it can be used as “one time approach” in the assessment of female infertility caused due to pelvic and uterine pathology. It helps in diagnosis of certain factors causing infertility, which cannot be diagnosed by any other method such as by USG, HSG and reveals whether surgery is possible and if so the nature of surgery most suited for patient which can be performed in the same sitting.


Keywords


Hysterescopy, Laparoscopy, Infertility

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