AbstractAims and objective:
This study help clinicians to clinch to exact etiological diagnosis by adapting the most relevant investigative procedure and to contemplate the most rational therapy in treating the female infertility in western Rajasthan.
Material and method: The study has conducted on 500 patients of age group 19 -40 at the department of obstetrics and gynecology, Umaid hospital attached to SNMC, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India and Vasundhara hospital and fertility centre, jodhpur. History has been taken and all relevant fact has been recorded. Investigation was done with laparoscopy to look abnormality in fallopian tube, endometrium and ovaries.
Result: In present study maximum infertile female (47%) belong to age group of 19 to 25, their mean age was 27+/- 1.17, that is maximum fertile period of life. 36% belonged to group between 26 to 30 years, with mean age of 27+/-1.35. 15% belonged to group between 31 to 35 years, 33.3+/-1.36. 2% were between 36 to 40 years with mean age 38+/-1.49.
Conclusion: Laparoscopy is reliable examination as first line study in the work – up for infertility to distinguish normal uterus, from those with altered morphology that require further studies.