Salpingectomy surgery is the surgical removal of either one fallopian tube (unilateral salpingectomy) or both (bilateral salpingectomy). Your doctor may recommend having your Fallopian tube(s) removed as a treatment for fertility problems or tubal disease, including cancer or infection.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your doctor will suggest laparoscopic salpingectomy if you are experiencing a tubal blockage, cancer of fallopian tubes, or infection, etc.
The surgery may be done under anesthesia. This procedure is minimally invasive and does not cause a lot of pain or discomfort.
Generally, a patient recovers in three to six weeks.