Operative hysteroscopy is a procedure used to diagnose and treat uterine disorders. It might be used to eliminate uterine growths. It may also be used to address issues such as infertility and irregular bleeding. Despite the many advantages of hysteroscopy, it may not be suitable for all individuals. Your primary care physician will meet with a specialist who specializes in this surgery to see whether it is right for you.
ADVANTAGES & EFFICACY
- Remove polyps and fibroids
- Detect and remove uterine adhesions
- Determine uterine septum
- Identify the cause of abnormal bleeding
What are the benefits of hysteroscopy?
You do not need to stay long in a hospital, and recovery time is very short.
What happens after the procedure?
You may experience some cramps and vaginal bleeding for about two days after the procedure. If you have had these symptoms for more than a few days or have other symptoms, please discuss them with a doctor.
Can I go back to my work the day after the procedure?
Yes, but if you're tired, getting enough rest and sleep is essential for recovery.