Infertility, one of the most common disorders confronting gynaecologist, has multifactorial etiology and none of the laboratory findings alone is conclusive in diagnosis. Combined diagnostic hysterolaparoscopy helps in finding the etiology and planning further management.
Aims & objective: To Evaluate the role of simultaneous combined diagnostic hysterolaparoscopy in the evaluation of female infertility.
Materials and methods: This was a descriptive type of interventional study on 80 infertile patients attending outpatient Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, SMS Medical college, Jaipur from June 2018 on words excluding male factor infertility with normal hormonal profile.
Results: We studied 80 patients comprising of 56 (70%) cases of Primary Infertility and 24 (30%) cases of secondary infertility. The average age of active married life in 80 patients was between 8 and 9 years. The most common pathologies found on DHL were Tubal factors in 40% cases, PCOD in 11.3% cases, Endometriosis in 8.5% cases, and uterine anomalies in 6.35% cases.
Conclusion: Laparoscopy and hysteroscopy play very important role as diagnostic tools in infertile women. Combined diagnostic laparoscopy and hysteroscopy should be performed in all infertile patients before the treatment.