Dr. Victory provides full Gynaecology services.
Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgery
Laparoscopy may include treatment of endometriosis, adhesions, cysts (benign and/or malignant), fibroids, and tubal disease, including hydrosalpinx (swollen tubes). Dr. Victory has extensive experience in advanced laparoscopic treatments and performed over several thousand cases. Our goal is to provide the safest and most effective surgical care to enhance your natural fertility or increase success with assisted reproductive technologies. We are proud of our track-record of patients who conceived following laparoscopic surgery with our program.
Hysteroscopy Hysteroscopic procedures are used to diagnose and treat gynecologic and infertility-related pathologies. Common examples include intrauterine fibroids and/or polyps, thickened endometrium, uterine anomalies (including uterine septum), T- and Y-shaped uteri and intrauterine adhesions (commonly referred to as Asherman’s Syndrome.) Dr. Victory has extensive experience with all these treatments in addition to the therapies for abnormal uterine bleeding, including endometrial ablation and/or resection.
Advanced Hysterectomy Techniques
- Laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy.
- Laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy.
- Total laparoscopic hysterectomy.
A blood draw and analysis, 4-dimensional ultrasound, follicular growth monitoring, saline infusion sonohysterography, basic and advanced semen analysis, testicular sperm extraction procedures, minimally invasive surgery for treatment of adhesions, ovarian cysts, and basic and/or extensive endometriosis.
Oral medications including Metformin, Serophene or Clomiphene Citrate, and Letrozole for stimulation of egg production.Injectable medications including recombinant FSH and LH, human menopausal gonadotropins, low dose Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) protocols delivered via both short and long-term Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GRH) agonist protocols, or via Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GRH) antagonist protocols.
Recent advances in IVF laboratory methods have allowed for the successful culture of embryos to the blastocyst stage. Blastocysts may have a better potential to implant into the uterine wall than earlier-stage embryos. Many embryos stop growing at the four- to the eight-cell stage, probably because of some inherent problem. Therefore, fewer embryos will have the ability to develop to the blastocyst stage. Those that successfully reach the blastocyst stage are probably more developmentally competent than earlier-stage embryos. As well, their stage of development, when replaced into the uterus, is very similar to what it would be in a natural conception cycle.