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Hysteroscopy is a non-invasive procedure designed to assess the internal condition of the uterus. It involves a hysteroscope- a slender tube equipped with a light, and a miniature camera. It enables medical professionals to visually inspect the uterus by inserting the hysteroscope through the vagina and cervix without any external incisions. The camera captures images on a monitor, facilitating a comprehensive examination of the uterine cavity.
Hysteroscopy can be used to:
- Investigate and assess a range of medical issues, including heavy menstrual bleeding, atypical vaginal bleeding, postmenopausal bleeding, pelvic pain, recurrent miscarriages, and fertility concerns.
-Diagnosing and removing fibroids and polyps 
-Locating displaced intrauterine devices and treating intrauterine adhesions 

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Are there any alternatives to hysteroscopy?

There are some other alternatives to examine the uterus like pelvic ultrasound and endometrial biopsy. But, these alternatives may be performed alongside a hysteroscopy is not as effective as hysteroscopy in diagnosing and treating the problems. 

What could be the possible signs of infection after a hysteroscopy?

-Extreme pain: that does not get relieved by painkillers 
-Unbearable heavy bleeding 
-Bright red blood or large clots passing through the vagina 
-Smelly vaginal discharge
-Feeling warm and shivery
These symptoms could be a sign of a problem, such as an infection.

What are the risks of hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is generally considered safe, but like any medical procedure, it carries some inherent risks. There is a slight possibility of the hysteroscope inadvertently puncturing the uterus or cervix, leading to potential bleeding or the accumulation of excess fluid in the body. 

What problems can I face while recovering from hysteroscopy?

While recovering from hysteroscopy, you may experience:
-Cramping similar to the ones you have during your periods: Paracetamol and ibuprofen can help relieve the pain  
-Spotting or bleeding lasting up to a week or more. 

Some Facts

Following a hysteroscopy, it is advisable to abstain from sexual activity for one week or until any post-procedural bleeding ceases. This precautionary measure aims to minimize the risk of infection and promote optimal healing and recovery. Adhering to these recommendations ensures the well-being of the patient after the procedure.

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