Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a part of infertility diagnosis and treatment that lets a doctor have a look into the uterus and diagnose and treat what makes you have abnormal bleeding. Doctors carry the process with use of a hysteroscope, a tiny, thin, and lighted tube. In the diagnosis or surgical process, the doctors insert the hysteroscope into your vagina for the examination of cervix and internal organs of your uterus. 

Hysteroscopic Surgery Procedure 

Before starting the process, our doctors prescribe a sedative to help you relax. After that, they administer anaesthesia. The process of Hysteroscopic Surgery we follow at FSIVF is as follows:

  • Widening of the cervix for the insertion of the hysteroscope 
  • Insertion of the hysteroscope into the uterus takes place via the vagina and cervix 
  • Application of a liquid solution or carbon dioxide inside the uterus through the hysteroscope for the expansion and clear view of the inside of the uterus
  • There is a clear view of the uterus, fallopian tubes, and the uterine cavity 
  • Doctors perform the surgery by inserting the tools
  • The whole process take only around half an hour   

 

When do We Recommend Hysteroscopic Surgery 

At FSIVF, a reputed fertility centre in Delhi, we recommend Hysteroscopic Diagnosis to examine the uterus and cervical area. Our doctors recommend Hysteroscopic Surgery to you to correct:

  • Adhesions 
  • Septums 
  • Abnormal bleeding 
  • Fibroids and Polyps 

When we Perform Hysteroscopic Surgery 

As per your reproductive health status, your doctor can schedule hysteroscopy for the first week of your menstrual cycle. The doctor schedules it during the first week as it is the best time to know your uterus in detail. It helps your doctor to know the real cause behind your unexplained spotting and bleeding after menopause.   

Benefits of Hysteroscopy 

In comparison with other invasive diagnosis or surgical procedures, Hysteroscopy offers the following benefits:

  • Shorter hospital/clinic stay 
  • Faster healing or recovery 
  • Less pain 
  • Less medication requirement after the surgical procedure 
  • Avoidance of conventional abdominal surgery