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Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra: Rely on the Best for Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalization

After going through a tubal ligation, which is considered a permanent kind of contraception, due to unfortunate circumstances, many women try reversing sterilization. Laparoscopic tubal recanalization is a minimally invasive procedure that completely revolutionized tubal reconstruction. Within a short period, laparoscopic tubal recanalization has appeared to be an alternative path to conduct microsurgical reversal of ligated fallopian tubes. It aims to reconnect the cut parts of fallopian tubes. Post family planning, a woman may wish to repair the break in her fallopian tubes. Well, the reverse procedure will suture the fallopian tubes so she can conceive again.

Are you planning on getting a laparoscopic tubal recanalization? If yes, you must rely on none other than Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra. He guides you throughout the procedure by explaining each step in detail. He also specifies recovery tips that ensure quick healing. Dr. Sankar possesses substantial amounts of knowledge and technical skills, which make him an expert in laparoscopic tubal recanalization. All of his previous patients left excellent reviews. The success rates are remarkable.

Before Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalization

Before performing laparoscopic tubal recanalization, Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra thoroughly examines a patient and try gaining as much information as possible about their medical history. Both husband and wife are briefed regarding the procedure – what they can expect, what are the possible risks, and many more. Dr. Sankar recommends laparoscopic tubal recanalization only if your fallopian tubes are of adequate length and are appropriate fir re-anastomosis.

During Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalization

According to Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra, general anaesthesia is the right choice for laparoscopic tubal recanalization. The procedure starts when he makes a tiny incision below or in the belly button. He then injects carbon dioxide gas inside your abdomen. This makes sure the abdominal walls reaches up to the pelvic organs. Dr. Sankar then gets a perfect space to work. He inserts a laparoscope to see the fallopian tubes. The once tied tubes are untied. Both the ends are then reconnected so that the eggs can be fertilized again.

The most significant factors deciding the success of laparoscopic tubal recanalization are the length of the fallopian tubes and the technique used for sterilizing the tubes. After the procedure, Dr. Sankar takes out the laparoscope and closes the incisions using stitches.

After Laparoscopic Tubal Recanalization

Once laparoscopic tubal recanalization is over, you are asked to stay in a postoperative ward. Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra closely observes you for complications. Being an expert, he offers the correct instructions as to how you must take care of the wound and your overall body. You can resume your daily activities three days after this procedure. Below are a few guidelines you must follow under all circumstances –

  • You can shower or bathe normally
  • You should remove bandages only after three days
  • You can have sexual intercourse a week after laparoscopic tubal recanalization
  • Do not be scared since a little vaginal bleeding is expected
  • You will have your periods four to six weeks after laparoscopic tubal recanalization
  • The first two to three periods will be a little painful. You will have heavy bleeding and abdominal discomfort

Some of the common side-effects that you will experience unfortunately include –

  • Nausea
  • Dizziness
  • Cramps
  • Bloated feeling
  • Sore throat

Dr. Sankar Das Mahapatra has been performing laparoscopic tubal recanalization  for quite a long time. You can rely on him since he makes all his patients feel extremely comfortable. Also, the charges are reasonable. Please schedule a consultation right now.