A hysteroscopy is a type of minimal access surgery used to examine the inside of the uterus (womb), carried out under local anaesthetic.
What happens during a hysteroscopy?
A hysteroscope, a small tube with a light and camera on the. end is inserted into your uterus through your vagina.
Fluid is transferred into the uterus for your surgeon to se more clearly
Images are shown on a display screen.
Surgical tools can be passed along the hysteroscope to perform any treatment necessary.
What is a hysteroscope used for?
A hysteroscopy is used to investigate, diagnose and sometimes treat the following:
Investigate unusual bleeding such as heavy bleeding, post-menopausal bleeding, bleeding after intercourse.
Diagnose fibroids, polyps, cysts.
Treat fibroids, polyps, cysts.
What happens next?
You may experience spotting and some milk abdominal cramping and you should be able to resume your usual daily activities pretty quickly.
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