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Vardhan Fertility and Laparoscopy Centre with Dr. Vijaykumar P.K

Vardhan Fertility and Laparoscopy Centre has been giving quality IVF mind universally tantamount administrations and achievement rate. Our center quality lies in our capacity to give our patients far reaching ART and united administrations from essential diagnostics work up to propel richness improving endoscopic surgeries and in Vitro Fertilization strategies all under one rooftop. We brag of a group of able and gifted specialists and specialists, all around prepared medical attendants, and a touchy and minding staff. Our task theater and lab is outfitted with the best instruments stringent rules are taken after to guarantee sterility and asepsis. At Vardhan, we work as one with you to make each period of the procedure from finding to treatment as unsurprising and agreeable as could be expected under the circumstances.


Vardhan Fertility, Laparoscopy and Women's Care Center is known for lodging experienced Gynecologists. Dr. Mamatha.B.Reddy, a very much presumed Gynecologist, rehearses in Bangalore. Visit this medicinal wellbeing place for Gynecologists prescribed by 50 patients. Set up in the year 2015, Vardhan Fertility Laparoscopy And Women's Care Center in Banaswadi, Bangalore is a best player in the classification Diagnostic Centers in the Bangalore. This notable foundation goes about as a one-stop goal overhauling clients both neighborhood and from different parts of Bangalore. Through the span of its adventure, this business has built up a firm a dependable balance in it's industry. The conviction that consumer loyalty is as imperative as their items and administrations, have helped this foundation earn a huge base of clients, which keeps on developing by the day. This business utilizes people that are committed towards their particular parts and put in a considerable measure of push to accomplish the normal vision and bigger objectives of the organization. Soon, this business expects to extend its line of items and administrations and oblige a bigger customer base. One of the main gynecologists of the city, Dr. Vijaykumar P.K Gynecologist, RD Complex first Cross, eighth Main, Basaveshwaranagar III Stage. has set up the center and has picked up a devoted customer base in the course of recent years and is additionally every now and again went by a few famous people, yearning models and other respectable customers and global patients also. They likewise anticipate growing their business further and giving administrations to a few more patients inferable from its prosperity in the course of recent years. The proficiency, commitment, exactness and sympathy offered at the center guarantee that the patient's prosperity, solace and needs are kept of best need.

Ectopic pregnancies (EP) account for approximately 1% of all pregnancies. Surgical management of such patients should be accomplished through the laparoscopic route. Presently, available data from national studies suggest that only a minority of women benefit from such an approach. Regional studies and single institution


reports suggest that trainee involvement in these procedures vary widely. Competency in laparoscopic surgery for EP is a mandatory requirement for independent practice in the UK. In a recent survey of UK trainees of all grades in obstetrics and gynaecology, 53.4% of trainees reported that they were trained or being trained in such procedures. This study examines the perspectives of the trainees. We performed a national questionnaire survey of intermediate- and advanced-level trainees in the UK During a 12-month period, 52% of trainees had performed at least one procedure independently; 80% of trainees performed most of the procedure on at least one occasion. The satisfaction with training was rated as 3 on a five-point Likert scale. Thirty percent of the trainees had access to a laparoscopy simulator. We found a high level of trainee engagement with laparoscopic tubal surgery. The intensity of experience is likely inadequate to satisfy the learning curve. A holistic approach s required to ensure surgical competence.

Tubal disease is one of the major indications for IVF. The etiology of the tubal factor infertility may, however, have a significant impact on patient fecundity. Hydrosalpinx associated tubal factor has been shown to be predisposed to the most impaired reproductive outcomes of the tubal factors. This has been inconclusively demonstrated by a number of studies that have shown a significant reduction in pregnancy rates and increase in pregnancy loss in patients with hydrosalpinges (1–8), especially in cases where the hydrosalpinges are large enough to be visible on ultrasound (8). The deleterious impact of hydrosalpinx on reproduction maybe as a direct result of the tubo-utero circulation of hydrosalpinx fluid, as the fluid has been linked to embryo cyto-toxicity, altered embryo– endometrium receptivity, and altered tubo-uterine flow dynamics . With advances in assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) it has become usual practice to attempt to treat these patients with IVF rather than to attempt to restore tubal function for natural conception. However, to accomplish this patients have to undergo permanent tubal sterilization procedures that block the tuboutero connection and therefore the flow of hydrosalpinx fluid into the uterus.


Numerous studies have inconclusively shown that surgical interventions such as tubal ligation or proximal tubal occlusion significantly improve assisted reproduction outcomes in IVF (15–18). No studies have, however, investigated whether hydrosalpinx fluid has a lasting effect on the clinical aspects endometrial receptivity. The purpose of this retrospective cohort study was therefore to indirectly investigate the length of time needed for the uterine endometrium to recovery from the affects of hydrosalpinx by analyzing the pregnancy outcomes at different time periods posttubal surgery. Patients and methods Patients who were diagnosed with hydrosalpinx-related tubal factor infertility with the use of transvaginal ultrasound or hysterosalpingography at Antalya IVF and who wished to pursue IVF were consulted on the need for and the implications of laparoscopic tubal ligation. All patients received counseling on the implications and risks of the procedures and informed consent was obtained before the therapeutic tubal procedures were scheduled to be performed. Patients excluded from further analysis were patients older than 42, patients with only one ovary, and patients with a basal FSH concentration of >12 IU/l. Eighty-one infertile patients who met the criteria underwent laparoscopic tubal ligation procedures for hydrosalpinges during the study period. Institutional ethics committee approval was received for the study. Laparoscopic uni- or bilateral tubal ligation procedures were performed as ambulatory procedures at Antalya IVF. Laparoscopic tubal ligation was performed by bipolar cautery of affected tubes at the proximal position followed by the cutting of the tube at the coagulated area, leaving the cut tube in place. Two hours post-operatively all patients were assessed before being discharged.


Dr. Vijaykumar P.K Gynecologist finished MBBS from University of Gulbarga and MD (Obstetrics and Gynecology) from Mumbai University. He additionally did his DNB in Infertility at Institute of Reproductive prescription, Kolkata. Laparoscopic ovarian drilling is a surgical treatment that can trigger ovulation in women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Electrocautery or a laser is used to destroy parts of the ovaries. This surgery is not commonly used. But it can be an option for women who are still not ovulating after losing weight and trying fertility medicines. Ovarian drilling is usually done through a small incision (laparoscopy), with general anesthesia. The surgeon makes a small cut (incision) in the abdomen at the belly button. The surgeon then places a tube to inflate the abdomen with a small amount of carbon dioxide gas so that he or she can insert the viewing instrument (laparoscope) without damage to the internal organs. The surgeon looks through the laparoscope at the internal organs. Surgical instruments may be inserted through the same incision or other small incisions in the pelvic area. Because the incisions are so small, laparoscopy is often called "Band-Aid surgery."

If you have a laparoscopy procedure, you will likely go home the same day and can do your normal activities within 24 hours. Your return to normal activities will depend on how quickly you recover from surgery, which may take a few days or as long as 2 to 4 weeks.

Ovarian drilling is sometimes used for women with PCOS who are still not ovulating after trying weight loss and fertility medicine. Destroying part of the ovaries may restore regular ovulation cycles.


For women who do not respond to treatment with medicine, such as clomiphene, about 50% of them may be able to become pregnant after they have ovarian drilling surgery.

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Vardhan Fertility and Laparoscopy Centre with Dr. Vijaykumar P.K  

Dr. Vijaykumar P.K Gynecologist finished MBBS from University of Gulbarga and MD (Obstetrics and Gynecology) from Mumbai University. He addi...

Vardhan Fertility and Laparoscopy Centre with Dr. Vijaykumar P.K  

Dr. Vijaykumar P.K Gynecologist finished MBBS from University of Gulbarga and MD (Obstetrics and Gynecology) from Mumbai University. He addi...

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