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Laproscopy involves making small incisions
, usually no bigger than 1 to 3 cm to insert a scope that allows the doctor to see the uterus
, fallopian tube
and ovaries. It is a simple procedure with usually minimal complications such as mild pain.
It should not cause any blockage of the tubes , the reason the doctor is performing both at the same time is to treat any blockage seen.
If a blockage is identified by the dye, laproscopy will allow immediate treatment if possible.
Neither of these tests is associated with obstruction.
I hope this helps