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      Diagnostic and operative Hysteroscopy


      Diagnostic and operative Hysteroscopy: Hysteroscopy is one of the techniques responsible for visually examining the cavity of the uterus. This thing is only possible with a long and thin telescope-like instrument. This is usually supposed to be inserted via either cervix or the vagina. To get a magnified view of the cavity, at the termination point, a small video camera is being inserted.

      Many of our readers do not know that hysteroscopy and Hysteroscopic Polypectomy can either be diagnostic or operative.

      Know the basics

      Diagnostic hysteroscopy


      Operative hysteroscopy
      When hysteroscopy is used only for viewing purposes, then it is known as diagnostic hysteroscopy.


      When hysteroscopy is performed to carry out some kind of operation or medical procedure, then it is known as operative hysteroscopy.



      Did you know?

      The operative hysteroscopy is also taken into account as MIP (Minimally Invasive Procedure) for those women who choose to undergo sterilization. Sterilization is one of the effective permanent birth control measures.

      What does a hysteroscopy exactly look like?

      A hysteroscope is a lengthy and slender telescopic device that helps to see the inside of the uterus. Along with the diagnosis of the following, it also helps to treat them:

      • Fibroids
      • Adhesions
      • Polyps

      The instruments which are particularly designed to fit through the channel in the hysteroscope are greatly useful for the following:

      Removal of both the growths and the scar tissues

      Correction of the specific congenital abnormalities


      How is space for the view and the operation is made?

      The uterine cavity, being the potential one, should be inflated either with some kind of fluid or a harmless gas. With this, the individual may experience mild pain the same as what you experience during the periods. After that, based on how the procedure was performed, the female may experience either of the following:

      Vaginal Discharge

      Bleeding for some days


      What is the benefit of undergoing an operative hysteroscopy?

      With the help of the operative hysteroscopy, many procedures which earlier required the patient to get hospitalised can now be performed conveniently in the doctor’s office. The operative hysteroscopy is highly responsible for benefiting the patient with the following:

      Minimal Discomfort

      Quick Recovery


      Another benefit of this procedure is that the patient can resume the normal daily routine within a couple of days


      There is a considerably lower risk of suffering from serious complications.


      Recent Statistics

      Not more than 2% of the females who have undergone this procedure suffer from the following:

      • Perforation of the uterus
      • Infection in the uterus
      • Adhesions in the uterus

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      Keeping the complication aspect in mind, it is crucial to find the best IVF centre whose doctors and surgeons are so adept at performing the hysteroscopy, that the patient returns home with full contentment and happy vibes.


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