Can one still have a child after ligation? With the opening of the second child policy, many women who have undergone sterilization procedures such as tubal ligation have also had the idea of "having another child", but what should they do if they have already been ligated?
According to doctors, female friends who have undergone sterilization procedures such as tubal ligation want to have another child. In addition to choosing IVF, laparoscopic tubal anastomosis is also a good option. Fallopian tube anastomosis refers to the removal of a blocked part of the fallopian tube under laparoscopy, followed by re anastomosis of the two ends, in order to restore patency of the fallopian tube.
This technology requires a high level of precision, but the finer the surgery, the closer the anastomosed fallopian tubes are to a complete state, and the higher the probability of postoperative pregnancy for patients. Therefore, it can be said that this surgery requires twice the technical content and the level of surgeon, and laparoscopic minimally invasive technology precisely meets this requirement.
So what are the advantages of laparoscopic salpingostomy?
1. Significant improvement in precision
The high magnification microscopic effect of laparoscopy itself allows for clearer and more accurate observation and differentiation of various normal and pathological tissues beyond the natural limitations of human visual perception; Thus, special surgical instruments are used to accurately remove the scar tissue or obstructed area of the fallopian tube after ligation, and the two ends are placed as close as possible and sutured, reducing tissue trauma and improving surgical accuracy. This improves the normal rate of fallopian tubes and pregnancy rate after surgery.
2. Significant reduction in harmfulness
Laparoscopic surgery is known as the "surgery that preserves quality of life" in the field of modern infertility diagnosis and treatment, largely relying on its characteristics of minimally invasive, minimally invasive, less postoperative complications, and fast recovery.
In addition to necessary instrument operations, laparoscopic surgery avoids any external interference, and a small wound size also means that the patient's body tissue receives weak stimulation, making the surgical effect more stable.
Pay attention to these issues after salpingostomy
Under the guidance of a doctor, prophylactic or therapeutic use of antibiotics can be determined based on intraoperative conditions, postoperative temperature, and blood changes. Antibiotics are generally used 5-7 days after surgery. Before discharge, it is important to remember the precautions explained by the doctor, including rest, diet, hygiene, and other aspects. Regular examinations and follow-up should not be ignored. After surgery, as long as there are no abnormalities in the follow-up examination, pregnancy can generally be attempted every other month.