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Is it necessary to undergo laparoscopy if I am not conceiving?

Q: We are married for 2 and a half years now and planning for a family. All preliminary tests reveal that everything is perfect. I am undergoing a laparoscopy to test my tubes. What if they find any problem in the tube during surgery? Will it be rectified at the same time? What are the things I need to take care pre and post laparoscopy? How soon can I start driving the car after surgery?

A:At the out set I do not see any scientific reason for laparoscopic evaluation of the tubes. Only if the patient has failed to conceive, ultrasound shows abnormality, or a pelvic pathology is suspected, then one can advise laparoscopic evaluation. Diagnostic laparoscopy is almost an out patient procedure. Patient will be up and about the same day. It should be possible to drive a car in 3 days time.

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