Hysteroscopy is a medical methodology by which doctors can observe and diagnose the intrauterine defects and assess the therapeutic modus operandi for infertility management. Conventionally, hysteroscopy has been used to diagnose and decide modality of surgical involvement for submucosal and pedunculated myomas, abnormal adhering of surfaces within the uterus, endometrial polyps and uterine septa. Nowadays, with the advancement of medical science and technology, ARC uses hysteroscopy also to detect inherent irregularity and to appraise endocervical anatomy. It also helps to evaluate the uterine cavity along with the endometrial biopsy, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging, hysterosalpingogram (HSG), Sono-hysterography and the adjunctive role of laparoscopy.
What are the Types of Hysteroscopy? Hysteroscopy is basically of two types – operative hysteroscopy and diagnostic hysteroscopy.
Operative Hysteroscopy In operative hysteroscopy, an operation is done to treat the abnormalities in the female reproductive system. These abnormalities may include polyps, fibroids and many other things. When after diagnosis, any abnormality is found, the operation is conducted during which small instruments are inserted into the female body with the help of another instrument called hysteroscope.
Diagnostic Hysteroscopy Diagnostic hysteroscopy, as the name suggests, is used only for the diagnosis purpose. However, the results of other tests can also be confirmed with the help of this process. This type of diagnosis is an outpatient procedure and it is generally done with some other procedures as well. The most common ones with which hysteroscopy is paired are laparoscopy and dilation and curettage.
When is Hysteroscopy Done? Operative hysteroscopy is performed in various cases some of which are.
Many a times women suffer from a particular type of non-cancerous growth of tissue. These tissues are called polyps and fibroids. Hysteroscopy is done to remove these tissues from the uterus.
There is a condition which is known by the name of Asherman’s Syndrome. In this syndrome, bands of scarred tissues are formed in the uterus. The formation of these tissue not only leads to infertility but also hampers with the menstrual flow of women. These tissues are also known by the name of adhesions. With the help of hysteroscopy you can get rid of these adhesions.
There is a kind of abnormality of the uterus which is called uterine septum. This is not good as it can lead to problems regarding child birth. With the help of hysteroscopy you can see whether you have an uterine septum or not.
Sometimes women face abnormal bleeding during their menstrual cycle. Hysteroscopy helps to identify the reasons for such abnormal blood loss.
Why you Choose ARC? ARC is the umbrella where you will get all the possible ways for diagnosis of infertility and the best world class treatment to optimize diagnosis and highest treatment to the infertile patient and patient with recurring miscarriage. The hysteroscopy procedure is ARC is completely safe and they ensure a minimum hospital stay for the patients. Moreover, you will be treated in such a way that you won’t face any pain after surgery. The success percentage is high in ARC treatments and their only aim is the satisfaction of their patients.