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What is Hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows doctors to examine the inside of the uterus using a thin, lighted instrument called a hysteroscope. The hysteroscope is inserted through the vagina and cervix and provides a clear view of the uterine cavity, enabling the diagnosis and treatment of various gynaecological conditions.

Why Choose Hysteroscopy?

  • Accurate Diagnosis: Hysteroscopy allows for direct visualisation of the uterine cavity, providing a clear and magnified view of the endometrium, uterine lining, and other structures. This enables accurate diagnosis of conditions such as uterine polyps, fibroids, adhesions, uterine septum, and abnormal bleeding patterns.
  • Minimally Invasive: Hysteroscopy is inserted through the natural pathways of the vagina and cervix, eliminating the need for external incisions. Compared to more invasive surgical approaches, this results in reduces pain, shorter recovery times, and minimal scarring.
  • Precise Interventions: During the procedure, various instruments can be passed through the hysteroscope to remove polyps, resect fibroids, correct uterine septum, or perform other necessary treatments. The precise visualisation provided by hysteroscopy helps ensure accurate and targeted interventions, enhancing the effectiveness of the procedure.
  • Outpatient Procedure: Hysteroscopy is often performed on an outpatient basis, meaning you can typically go home on the same day as the procedure.

The Hysteroscopy Procedure

  1. Preparation: Prior to the procedure, you may be given medication to help dilate the cervix and reduce discomfort. You may also receive anaesthesia or sedation, depending on the complexity of the procedure and your preferences.
  2. Insertion of Hysteroscope: The hysteroscope, a thin, lighted instrument, is gently inserted through the vagina and cervix into the uterus. Carbon dioxide gas or a liquid solution may be used to expand the uterine cavity for better visualisation.
  3. Visualisation and Evaluation: As the hysteroscope is advanced through the uterus, it provides a clear view of the uterine lining and structures. The doctor examines the uterine cavity for abnormalities, takes images or videos for documentation, and makes a diagnosis based on the findings.
  4. Therapeutic Interventions: The doctor can perform various interventions during the hysteroscopy procedure. This may include removing polyps, resecting fibroids, excising adhesions, or correcting uterine abnormalities.
  5. Recovery and Follow-up: Most women can resume normal activities within a day or two, although some may require additional recovery time depending on the complexity of the procedure. Follow-up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your progress.

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