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Hysteroscopy is a procedure to examine the uterus with a special endoscopic tool called hysteroscope. The examination is not invasive, it reaches the uterus through the vagina and cervix.
Via diagnostic hysteroscopy your doctor can have a clear picture of the condition of your uterus and they can confirm whether there are benign or malignant cells or not.
There are several indication for this procedure such as:
During the examination there’s the possibility to treat the discovered issue which is called operative hysteroscopy.
The procedure is done under general or local anesthesia. After the appropriate preparations the hysteroscope is introduced into the uterus through the vagina and cervix.
(When operative hysteroscopy is done the dilation of the cervix is also necessary.)
The camera inside the hysteroscope allows your doctor to carefully examine the wall of your uterus, your fallopian tubes and other possible lesions (polyp, myoma, adhesions etc.)
There are risks associated with diagnostic (and especially operative hysteroscopy) but these are usually mild cases and can be managed by our hospital staff: