Hysteroscopy is the inspection of the uterine cavity that allows for the diagnosis and treatment of various uterine conditions. Some of which, could lead to fertility problems.
A hysteroscope is a fiber optic telescope. Some hysteroscopes are “rigid” and straight. Others hysteroscopes are semi-flexible. The hysteroscope contains several channels all with a specific purpose. In addition to the “optic” channel that allows the doctor to see inside the uterus, one channel carries a fiber optic light in order to see inside the ordinarily dark uterus. One channel allows the introduction of fluid or gas to hold open the uterine walls and another channel is to allow the fluid back out again. Some hysteroscopes have an additional “operative” channel that allows the doctor to introduce instruments to do various tasks inside the uterus.
Women having difficulty in continuing their pregnancy can be benefited through this procedure. We provide both diagnostic and operative Hysteroscopy. Hysteroscopy is a procedure, a small telescope-like instrument – narrow in size called hysteroscopy. It is more accurate to analyze the abnormalities present if any, in the uterine cavity and in the uterine region. Mild to Severe complications in the uterus like fibroids, polyps, scars, shape of the uterus, septum and endometriosis can be diagnosed.
Diagnostic Hysteroscopy has become an essential part of the infertility evaluation. After completely analyzing the reason of infertility it can treat through Operative Hysteroscopy.