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More Information about Hysteroscopy

If you are going through heavy menstrual periods and extreme cramps or a gynaecologist needs to get more information about reproductive organs health, they may advice for Hysteroscopy. Hysteroscopy is a procedure through which the functioning and health of the female reproductive organ are examined. A minor lighted camera, thin tube is inserted through the vagina for examination of the Uterus and Cervix.  A hysteroscope can also help to perform a minor procedure that helps to improve the condition and functioning of female reproductive organs.


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Why Hysteroscopy is required?

Indicates the reason for heavy menstrual bleeding

Removal of polyps and fibroids

Multiple Miscarriage

Heavy bleeding post Menopause

Track the lost IUD’s

Helps in the assessment of infertility

Intrauterine Adhesion

Uterine Septa




Hysteroscopy can be performed at a Doctor’s Clinic or Hospital depending on the situation and urgency of assessment of reproductive health. Hysteroscopy is followed by administering local anaesthesia. Polyps Sample can be collected for further examination.  Removal of polyps and fibroids can be done. Intrauterine surgery by hysteroscopy is performed at hospitals with administering Anaesthesia.

Surgical Procedure

A tool Speculum used by a Gynaecologist to keep your vagina opened. Hysteroscope is inserted through the vaginal opening passing cervix to reach the uterus. Later, for expansion of the uterus, liquid-like saline or gas passed inside the uterus. Ultimately, Uterus will expand and give a detailed view of the Uterus lining and opening of fallopian tubes by the hysteroscope. This hysteroscopy procedure helps gynaecologist to study reproductive functioning and perform a medical procedure (if necessary). Hysteroscopy is a painless procedure. Although, You may feel some cramps during or post-procedure.


Frequently Asked Question

In particular conditions like Uterus dislocation, Blockage of Uterine canal or cervical canal, Disfigure or Damage of Cervical opening.

Hysteroscopy is a completely safe procedure. Although in extreme cases there can be some difficulty.

Affirmative, Anesthesia is administered to feel no pain during hysteroscopy.

A gynecologists' to study your reproductive health and functioning performs hysteroscopy.

There can be some cramps or low bleeding post-surgery for some days. Some medicine may be prescribed to feel less pain. Reach your gynecologists'; if post-surgery you have fever or chills, or heavy discharge.


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What is Pre-Requisite for Hysteroscopy?

One week before Hysteroscopy, the Patient needs to