This minimally invasive technique (hysteroscopy) enables rapid and accurate diagnosis of conditions for which ultrasound or gynaecological examination results are unsatisfactory. It is a comprehensive examination of the uterine cavity using an optical telescope known as a hysteroscope. With this procedure, we can detect and treat small polyps, fine adhesions, uterine cavity defects, retained products of conception after abortion, endometriosis lesions, as well as perform a biopsy if cancer or other pathology is suspected.

Hysteroscopy is used to find the cause behind symptoms such as:

  • Irregular bleeding
  • Assessment of infertility or carrying a pregnancy to term
  • Removal of fibroids
  • a lost intrauterine device

Hysteroscopy is also used to treat certain conditions like;

  • Uterine polyps
  • Adhesions
  • Uterine myomas, located inside the cavity or just under the uterine linings,