Laparoscopy and Dye Test

Laparoscopy and Dye Test at Euxton Hall Hospital

A laparoscopy and dye test is a surgical procedure that looks at your reproductive organs and helps determine the reason you are struggling to conceive, paying particular attention to whether your fallopian tubes are blocked.

Laparoscopy and dye test is regularly performed at Ramsay Health Care UK for women trying to understand why they are experiencing infertility issues.

Our experienced, skilled and caring gynaecologists carry out laparoscopy and dye tests to help find the cause of a woman’s difficulty getting pregnant, and particularly if they suspect the fallopian tubes are blocked.

We offer convenient appointments without waiting and a relaxed, clean and pleasant environment within a local and easily accessible Ramsay hospital. We have extensive safety measures in place to prevent infection and to keep you safe whilst you visit our hospitals.

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