Hysteroscopy for Infertility, Fertility doctors may suggest you to undergo hysteroscopy operation. You try to understand the reason why you should have this operation but there is a reason for that. Hysteroscopy can affect your fertility.
In hysteroscopy, problems in vagina and cervix can be diagnosed and treated simultaneously. With a special optical device called Hysteroscope, intrauterine is observed. Hysteroscopy is applied under general anesthesia. The duration of operation varies according to the method applied, but is approximately 30 minutes.
Hysteroscopy can be performed for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. For diagnostic purposes, it is mostly used in office hysteroscopy today. Some of them performed for therapeutic purposes is done with the help of Office hysteroscopy. Polyps, non-heavy adhesions, deep curtains can be corrected during the office hysteroscopy, while the common uterine adhesions, deep curtain cuts and resection are used in the treatment of uterine fibroids.
Office hysteroscopy has been used in the treatment of many abnormalities seen in the uterus. Although, in recent years, it has been applied only to diagnose. Office hysteroscopy is used in the most abnormal bleeding, in the evaluation of infertility, intrauterine adhesions, small uterine fibroids and polyps. Office hysteroscopy is also possible to cut the innate curtains or walls in the uterus, which is called a non-deep septum. After entering into the uterus with hysteroscope, the uterine cavity is inflated and the video screen is observed.
Office hysteroscopy is extremely useful in the diagnosis of abnormal bleeding before and after menopause.
Hysteroscopy is an extremely important method in the evaluation of infertility. Lesions or adhesions in the uterus may be the cause of infertility and a significant proportion of them can be treated with hysteroscopy. Before IVF treatment, it may be necessary to confirm that hysteroscopy and uterine inner cavity are normal in women who do not have particularly uterine film. Especially in couples who have previously failed trials, hysteroscopy may require. After Hysteroscopy, doctors will determine whether to proceed with embryo transfer or freeze the embryo. Injury techniques play crucial role in assisted reproductive techniques.
Hysteroscopy is an extremely important method in the evaluation of infertility.