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Hysteroscopic Surgery

Hysteroscopic surgery

Hysteroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that involves examining and treating issues within the uterus using a hysteroscopy, a thin, lighted tube with a camera attached to it. The hysteroscopy is inserted through the vagina and cervix, allowing the surgeon to view the inside of the uterus and perform various procedures without making any external incisions.

Hysteroscopic surgery can be used for diagnostic purposes to investigate the cause of certain symptoms or conditions, as well as for therapeutic interventions to treat specific uterine conditions.

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    The average procedure timeframe can take anywhere from just 5 minutes to 30 minutes. The purpose of the procedure will determine the length of recovery. Patients may experience cramping, slight bleeding or spotting for a day, mild nausea, or dizziness.

    The risks are extremely low with hysteroscopy. This treatment is used to find the cause of abnormal bleeding, remove fibroids, and uterine polyps, and confirmation of another test result, also used along with laparoscopic surgery. It also aids in infertility treatment. Hysteroscopy is almost stopping the Unsuccessful IVF attempts.

    Hysteroscopy is a valuable diagnostic tool and the success rate is higher. Most of the patients recover quickly with minor side effects i.e….. Bleeding, nausea, or cramp pains.

    Some common hysteroscopic procedures include:

    • Hysteroscopy with biopsy
    • Polypectomy
    • Myomectomy
    • Endometrial ablation
    • Septoplasty
    • Adhesiolysis

    Advantages of getting Hysteroscopy Treatment at Amrutha Multispeciality Hospital

    Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that is used to diagnose and treat various uterine disorders. It is a safe and effective method of treatment that can be performed on an outpatient basis.

    The advantages include:

    1. Experienced team of fertility specialists: Our team of experienced fertility specialists is highly trained in performing hysteroscopy procedures and has helped many couples conceive successfully.
    2. State-of-the-art facility: AMH has a state-of-the-art facility that is equipped with the latest technology and equipment required for performing hysteroscopy procedures.
    3. Affordable treatment: We offer affordable hysteroscopy treatments without compromising on the quality of care or the success rate.
    4. High success rate: The success rate of our hysteroscopy treatments is high, thanks to our experienced team and state-of-the-art facility.

    Tips for Patients Undergoing Hysteroscopy Treatment

    Hysteroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat various uterine conditions such as fibroids, polyps, adhesions, and endometriosis.

    Here are some tips for patients undergoing hysteroscopy treatment:

    • Drink plenty of fluids before and after the procedure to stay hydrated.
    • Avoid strenuous activity or heavy lifting for 24 hours after the procedure.
    • Avoid eating or drinking anything for at least six hours before your scheduled hysteroscopy. This includes water, coffee, tea, and even gum or mints. An empty stomach is necessary for the anesthesia to work properly.
    • Use a pad or liner instead of a tampon for the first 24 hours after the procedure.
    • Take it easy for the rest of the day after the procedure and get plenty of rest.


    Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that allows your doctor to visualize and treat conditions of the uterus.

    Hysteroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat a variety of uterine conditions, such as fibroids, polyps, adhesions, and endometriosis.

    The risks associated with hysteroscopy are minimal and include infection, bleeding, and damage to the cervix or uterus.

    Most women are able to return to their normal activities, including work, the day after the procedure. However, if you received sedation, you may need to rest for a few hours before resuming your normal activities.

    You may experience mild discomfort or cramping during the procedure. Your doctor may offer you pain medication or a local anesthetic to help manage any discomfort.

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