Pregnancy should be a joyful time of reflection and anticipation. But if you have diabetes, you may be concerned about how it will affect your baby. And rightly so, as it’s linked to miscarriage. Here’s what you need to know.
Robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery for infertility makes it possible to correct specific issues that may be impacting fertility through a minimally invasive procedure.
Reproductive surgeons trained in the robotic approach use their own hands and skill set to control the instruments in the robotic arms. Seated at a console, the surgeon is afforded a magnified 3D, high definition view, while utilizing the full range of motion capabilities and precision of the robotic component. This combination makes it possible to perform more complex surgeries through a series of less-invasive, small incisions.
The success of robotic surgery is based on a number of factors including the complexity of the procedure, the skill of the surgeon and the size and location of the tumor. Our physicians are certified in robotic surgery and have extensive experience in a wide-range of robotic-assisted reproductive laparoscopic surgery options.
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