The Role of Reproductive Surgery in Treating Infertility
August 28, 2016•11 min
Infertility is defined as the failure to conceive after one year of unprotected sexual intercourse. But a diagnosis of infertility does not mean that becoming pregnant is impossible. Nearly 90 percent of infertility cases are treatable with medical therapies ranging from drug treatment and surgery to advanced reproductive technologies such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey offers many surgical treatment options. Robotic myomectomy: the surgical technique that removes uterine fibroids that can contribute to pelvic pain, vaginal bleeding, or infertility. Robotic Surgery for Infertility: RSCNJ fertility specialists use minimally invasive Da Vinci robotic surgery & laparoscopy for women with infertility as effective uterine fibroid treatment.Listen in as Dr. Alan Martinez discusses these and other surgical techniques to help women conceive and carry a pregnancy to term.