Robotic reproductive surgeries are safer and lead to faster healing.
During robotic reproductive surgery, your surgeon controls a machine, or robot, from a computer console. The robot is really a tower with full visibility and four surgical arms that are designed to precisely mimic your surgeon’s movements—except with better range of motion than a human.
Except with large fibroids, most pelvic surgeries can be done laparoscopically.
- Robotic tubal reversal surgery
- Robotic myomectomy, or robotic fibroid removal
- Robotic reconstruction of müllerian anomalies
A robotic myomectomy can let you try for a baby as soon as 6 months after surgery.
A robotic myomectomy removes myomas, or uterine fibroids, so you can improve your fertility. One study found that 40% of those who received a robotic myomectomy were able to conceive within six months with a full-term delivery via cesarean section.
- Effective and precise, with faster healing
- Go home the same day
- Return to normal activities in 48 hours
- Can try for a baby about 6 months post-surgery
Robotic assistance speeds up your recovery from a tubal reversal.
With a robotic tubal reversal, we can recreate intact fallopian tubes, so you can try to conceive. Though conception rates are about the same as traditional surgery, robotic surgery is less invasive and you can go back to your normal activities within 5 days.
Before making the decision with your physician, they’ll look at your ovulation and ovarian reserve, your uterus, and a semen analysis for your partner (if applicable). They’ll also check to make sure your tubal length is 4 centimeters or more and that you don’t have endometriosis, fibroids, or any other condition. This helps to make sure nothing else would stand in your way of conceiving after a successful surgery.