Hysteroscopy is utilized to analyse or treat issues of the uterus. A hysteroscope is a sleek, lit telescope-like gadget. It is embedded through your vagina into your uterus. The hysteroscope sends the picture of your uterus onto a screen. Different instruments are utilized alongside the hysteroscope for treatment.

 Who should get a hysteroscopy done? 

  • Hysteroscopy also is used in the following situations:
  • Remove adhesions that may occur because of contamination or from past medical procedures
  • Find out the cause of repeated miscarriage when a woman has experienced more than two miscarriages in a row
  • Locate an intrauterine device (IUD)
  • Perform sterilization. In this process, a hysteroscope is used to place small implants into a woman’s fallopian tubes as a permanent form of birth control.

 Risk Factors:

Hysteroscopy is an exceptionally safe procedure. Nonetheless, there is a little scope for danger. The uterus or cervix can be penetrated by the hysteroscope, bleeding may occur, or excessive fluid might develop within your body. In exceptionally uncommon cases, hysteroscopy can create life-threatening challenges.

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