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Dr. Prasenjit Kr. Roy is working as a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at New Life Fertility Centre. He worked as a Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at Genome. He received his Primary Medical Degree (M.B.B.S) from Prestigious N.R.S Medical College Under Calcutta University and completed his Residentship in Cardiology from same college. He fulfilled his Post Graduation in Gynaecology and Obstetrics from R.G Kar Medical College, Kolkata and did his Senior Residentship in Gynaecoloy from Same College.

He trained as a Fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility From Sourasky Medical Centre, Tel-Aviv University, Israel, under Prof. Ami Amit, Who is a Living Legend in the field of IVF worldwide. He is expert not only in IVF, ICSI, EGG Donation, Surrogacy but Also in emerging field of PGD, PGS and Fertility Preservation as well.

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FAQs

Laparoscopy is an operation done to look inside your abdomen with a thin instrument called a laparoscope. Through small holes in your tummy, the doctor looks, examines and operates (if needed) without making large cuts.

In conventional surgery a long incision is made to gain entry into the abdominal cavity and operate. This result in increased post-operative pain, longer stay in hospital, delayed recovery, long and ugly scars, higher chance of wound infection and a higher chance of hernia. The incidence of all these are considerably reduced by a laparoscopic surgery.

There may be some discomfort in the abdomen for a day or two after laparoscopy due to the presence of some carbon dioxide gas. If the surgery is uneventful, feeding can be started on the same day once the patient has recovered completely from the effects of anesthesia. Before you go home you will be given advice about caring for the surgical wounds and when you will need to come back for a follow-up appointment or to have stitches removed. Complete recovery may take longer if any surgery has been carried out. It is important to follow the advice of your surgeon about physical activity, rest and returning to work.

A hysteroscopy is an operation done to evaluate the inside of the uterine cavity and if necessary operate on the same.

A narrow telescope with an illuminated lens at its end is introduced in the uterine cavity through the cervix or neck of the womb. For clear vision, the uterine cavity needs to be distended, which is done with gas or some fluid.

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