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Reproductive Surgery

The road to starting a family can sometimes be fraught with struggles caused by infertility. Today, there are many effective treatments and Assisted Reproductive Techniques to help you realise your lifelong dream of becoming parents. Medications, Alternative Therapies, and in many cases, yes, Surgery.

In the past few decades, Surgery techniques have advanced by leaps and bounds, aided by better tools and technology. Srushti’s very own Dr.S.Samudi Sankari was among the earliest pioneers of Assisted Reproductive Techniques and Microsurgery for infertility in the country. Today, she remains one of India’s foremost experts in this challenging area.Our team is exceptionally trained and highly experienced; our centre on par with international standards.

All of which have resulted in success rates that are among the best in the country. Yet, the recommendation of surgery is something that we do only when all other avenues have been exhausted and the procedure offers you a very good chance of getting pregnant. Simply put, you couldn’t be in safer hands!

Reproductive Surgery

Blood work and scans are vital to diagnosing infertility, but sometimes they do not give us all the information that is needed “Problems that cannot be discovered by laparoscopy...

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For PCOS

Laparoscopic Ovarian Drilling is a surgical procedure used to effectively treat infertility caused by Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome , to regularise ovulation or the release of eggs...

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For Fibroids

The surgical removal of fibroids, which are tumours that grown within the muscle of the uterus, is called Myomectomy The tumours can vary in size and and number, and may be...

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For Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are fluid filled growths of the ovaries and can occur across all age groups. There are three kinds of cysts: functional, neoplastic – which may or may not...

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For Tubal Blocks

A Tuboplasty is done to open up a block or relieve some other malfunction in your fallopian tube. This could happen because of an infection, a congenital deformity. Often, the...

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For Endometriosis

Endometriosis is a condition where the cells that form the lining of the uterus grow into the surrounding areas. Aside from pain especially during menstruation, during and after...

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For Adhesions

Infertility and pelvic pain can sometimes be caused by scar tissue that joins two surfaces that are usually separate causing the organs it attaches to become twisted or to move from...

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Tubal Reversal

Tubal Ligation, or tying of the tubes as it is more commonly referred to, is the most popular form of birth control the world over, and involves closing or blocking the fallopian tubes....

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