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Reproductive Surgery

Can my fertility problems
be treated with an operation?

Many cases of infertility can be treated surgically.

Female infertility can be caused by closure of one or both fallopian tubes, the presence of endometriosis, fibroids, or genital malformations such as a uterine septum. The reconstruction of fallopian tubes, the organ-preserving removal of deeply infiltrating endometriosis or the resection of troublesome myomas or septa can significantly increase the chance of a pregnancy. Thus, a large number of patients can be helped not only efficiently but also gently via minimally invasive surgical techniques with an additional optimal cosmetic outcome. Reproductive surgery to improve fertility is the focus of my everyday clinical work.

– Office hysteroscopy and day-case procedures

Reconstruction of fallopian tube

Removal of ovarian cysts

Fibroid resection

Removal of a uterine septum

Surgery for endometriosis of the uterus (adenomyosis)

Surgery for extensive, deeply infiltrating endometriosis (DE)

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