For gynecologic surgery, trust the expert surgeons at Fertility Answers
If you need, or think you may need, gynecologic surgery, it’s imperative to choose a clinic and surgeon you can trust. Fertility Answers has earned a reputation for providing leading-edge, evidence-based surgical solutions. You can count on the gynecologic surgeons with Fertility Answers for excellent and compassionate care.
Our surgeons perform minimally invasive gynecologic surgery
Our surgeons are fellows of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ABOG). Each has advanced training for performing minimally invasive surgery to address infertility, miscarriage, pelvic pain, heavy menstrual bleeding and other gynecologic concerns. They specialize in all types of hysteroscopy and both conventional and robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgeries.
Fertility Answers offers comprehensive women’s health care
We seek to provide the least invasive, most effective and comfortable treatment options to our patients. Minimally invasive surgery lets the gynecologic surgeon enter the abdomen through small incisions or a vaginal approach. This avoids the larger incisions typical in “open” abdominal surgery, resulting in less pain and accommodating a faster recovery time – often weeks faster.
Conditions and symptoms that might benefit from a minimally invasive surgical approach include:
- Blocked fallopian tubes
- Pelvic pain
- Painful intercourse
- Uterine polyps
- Ovarian cysts
- Desire for permanent birth control or sterilization
- Tubal ligation reversal
- Pelvic organ prolapse
A laparoscopy, which we commonly provide, involves one incision in the belly button and one to three others in the lower belly. These are a half-inch or less, which is much smaller than what’s required in an open surgery. Because the incisions are smaller, this type of surgery is less painful than open surgery, requires less pain medication and causes little or no external scarring.
A hysteroscopy is performed vaginally, leaving no scar at all. Internal scarring may be less, too, and this is important for preserving fertility.
If you are experiencing any gynecologic problems such as those listed above, please contact us to set up a consultation with one of our fertility specialists in Baton Rouge and Lafayette. We’ll review all your options, including surgical and non-surgical treatments.