It is an operation under sedation, in which a high resolution camera enters the womb and gives us a complete picture of the anatomy and physiology of the uterus, as well as the confirmation of anatomical or inflammatory problems.
There are 2 types of Hysteroscopy
The Diagnostic Hysteroscopy, which is the most common and is intended to diagnose the problem, and is used for uterine cavity inspection for:
- congenital abnormalities
- benign polyps
- submucosal fibroids
- quality of endometrium
- evidence of infection
- clear ostia
while with the Invasive Hysteroscopy you can diagnose and correct any abnormalities at the same time.
- Correction of congenital Uterine abnormalities (septate uterus, Hemi uterus, dysmorphic uterus)
- removal of an intrauterine polyp
- removal of an intrauterine fibroids
- clear uterine cavity from adhesions (Asherman’s syndrome)