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What is a Hysteroscopy?

Explore the benefits of hysteroscopy, a minimally invasive procedure designed to diagnose and address the underlying reasons for abnormal uterine bleeding and other uterine conditions. By utilizing a hysteroscope, a slender illuminated tube inserted through the vagina, our skilled surgeons can meticulously examine the cervix and interior of the uterus. Through operative hysteroscopy, we can efficiently eliminate polyps, fibroids, and adhesions, restoring your uterine health with precision and care.

Why would I need a hysteroscopy?

A hysteroscopy is a procedure used to diagnose and treat problems related to the uterus. Here are some common reasons why you might need a hysteroscopy:

Investigation of abnormal bleeding: If you experience abnormal menstrual bleeding, such as heavy periods, irregular bleeding between periods, or bleeding after menopause, a hysteroscopy can help iden       tify the cause.

Evaluation of infertility: Hysteroscopy can be used to examine the uterine cavity for abnormalities that may contribute to infertility, such as uterine fibroids, polyps, or scar tissue.

Diagnosis of uterine abnormalities: Conditions such as uterine fibroids, polyps, adhesions (scar tissue), or congenital uterine anomalies can be identified and sometimes treated during a hysteroscopy.

Treatment of uterine conditions: In addition to diagnosis, hysteroscopy can also be used to treat certain uterine conditions. For example, polyps or fibroids can often be removed during the procedure.

Evaluation of recurrent miscarriages: Women who have experienced recurrent miscarriages may undergo a hysteroscopy to assess the uterine cavity for abnormalities that could be contributing to pregnancy loss.

Removal of intrauterine devices (IUDs): In some cases, a hysteroscopy may be performed to remove an IUD that has become embedded in the uterine wall or cannot be removed using other methods.

Endometrial biopsy: During a hysteroscopy, a sample of the uterine lining (endometrium) can be taken for biopsy to investigate abnormal findings, such as suspicious growths or abnormal cells.

Overall, a hysteroscopy is a valuable tool for both diagnosis and treatment of various uterine conditions, providing valuable information that can help guide further management and improve reproductive health outcomes.

Polyps and fibroids:

Hysteroscopy is a valuable procedure utilized to locate and address various uterine structural abnormalities. When a polyp is identified, the surgical removal process is known as a hysteroscopic polypectomy. Similarly, when addressing a fibroid, the surgical procedure is termed a hysteroscopic myomectomy. These interventions are crucial in restoring uterine health and alleviating associated symptoms for improved well-being.


Discover how hysteroscopy can assist in identifying and eliminating uterine adhesions, also referred to as Asherman’s syndrome. These bands of scar tissue within the uterus can disrupt menstrual patterns and contribute to infertility. Our procedure enables precise detection and targeted removal of adhesions, offering potential relief from associated symptoms and enhancing your reproductive health.