Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive technique, where in we can look into the uterine cavity to accurately diagnose and treat causes of abnormal bleeding and infertility.
Diagnostic Hysteroscopy: Is done to diagnose a problem or to confirm the results of other tests like ultrasonography a sonohysterography.
Operative Hysteroscopy: Is a day care method of treating many problems of the uterus through minimally invasive, endoscopic techniques which do not require cuts or sutures. It is an excellent method to promote fertility and to avoid hysterectomy in many instances.
Conditions when operative hysteroscopy is performed.
Fibroids: Fibroids Can Be Dealt With, Very Simply Without A Scar Either On The Abdomen Or On The Uterus. It Is Especially Beneficial For Those When Want To Further Go Ahead And Have A Child In The Future Adhesions: Asherman's Syndrome. This Leads To Scanty Flow And Infertility. These Adhesions Can Be Cut And Removed Through The Hysteroscope.
Septums: A Wall In The Uterus Which Makes The Cavity Smaller Than It Should Be. It Quite Often Leads To Recurrent Miscarriages, Preterm Labour, Etc.
Aub: In Cases Of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Polyps, Submucous Fibroid, Can Be Diagnosed And Treated At The Same Time. Abnormal Growths Causing Post Menopausal Bleeding Can Be Accurately Sampl