What is Hysteroscopy?


Hysteroscopy, in general, is the process to probe into a woman’s uterus to detect probable abnormalities like fibroid, polyps, adhesion or any congenital malformations. 

Operative Hysteroscopy is a small & specific surgical process that may take place in addition to diagnostic hysteroscopy where the required surgical instruments are passed through the opening of the cervix to remove the fibroids, polyps or adhesions from within the uterus. This process may also be used for correcting structural abnormalities like the uterine septum.

Who Are Not Eligible For Hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is not possible if a woman is,

  • Pregnant
  • On her menstrual period
  • Having a vaginal or cervical infection

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Hysteroscopy Procedure

Hysteroscopy Process

During the procedure, a thin lighted telescope (Hysteroscope) is passed through the vagina which reflects back the images showing the condition of the uterus on a screen. 

Often the uterus cavity is filled up with a sterile fluid to help the doctor view the internal areas of the uterus clearly.

No skin incisions are required for the process. It is a day care process which may or may not require the use of anaesthesia.

What to Expect?

Our specialist might suggest for a hysteroscopy prior to certain Infertility treatments to examine the condition of the uterus and to detect the probable formation of fibroid, cysts or adhesion which may have prevented pregnancy. This process gives a comprehensive understanding of the problem and offers a proper direction for further treatment.

There is no greater risk associated with Hysteroscopy apart from the possible injury to internal organs or perforation of uterus where a small hole develops in the uterus. The hole often disappears spontaneously; however, sometime it may require a further surgery to fill it up. Some women experience vaginal discharge or bleeding along with occasional cramps after the process. These tend to disappear within few days. However, if these continue it is advised to see our doctor immediately.

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