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What is hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is a medical procedure used to diagnose and/or treat problems of the uterus. It is the process by which a gynecologist examines the health and functioning of a woman’s reproductive system. A small device, called a hysteroscope, is inserted through the uterus. It has a light and camera mounted on one side which enables the doctor to view the cervix and the uterus closely. 

Hysteroscopy is performed on an outpatient basis which means patients can go home on the same day of the procedure. Doctors prescribe undergoing this procedure to diagnose uterine fibroids, polyps, or scarring that cause abnormal uterine bleeding or underlying cause of multiple miscarriages, infertility or irregular periods.


Best Healthcare Center for Hysteroscopy in Hyderabad

Max Health has a team of trained, devoted, and highly trusted gynecologists who can provide hysteroscopy surgery with precision, compassion, and integrity. Max Health is one of the most sought-after healthcare units for hysteroscopy at an affordable cost.

Max Health is a leading clinic in India for hysteroscopy that is well-known for its high and top-notch results. We are associated with the best hospitals in India equipped with modern medical equipment and state-of-the-art infrastructure that facilitates uterus removal surgery without any risks and complications. Our specialist gynecologists and hysteroscopy surgeons bring a wealth of experience in their respective domains, thus making your uterus removal surgery experience an exceptionally satisfying one.

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When is hysteroscopy needed?

Hysteroscopy is needed for the following conditions:

  1. Narrowing down the appropriate cause for abnormal uterine bleeding
  2. Diagnosing reason for abnormal Pap test results
  3. Finding factor for bleeding post-menopause
  4. Inserting birth control into the fallopian tubes
  5. Diagnosing cause of infertility or multiple miscarriages
  6. Finding and removing displaced intrauterine devices
  7. Removing small polyps, fibroids, or scar tissues in the uterus
  8. Removing small tissue for biopsy
  9. Removing endometrial lining

How is hysteroscopy done?

  1. The gynecologist administers sedative medications to help the patient relax before the surgery. The surgery may be carried out with either general or local anesthesia, as prescribed by the doctor.
  2. In some cases, the gynecologist may require to insert medications into the cervix to dilate and open it. It is done to facilitate the process more efficiently.
  3. Next, the doctor opens the cervix with a device called a speculum. The doctor then inserts the hysteroscope through the vaginal opening and the cervix and then into the uterus. 
  4. If required, the doctor then passes a particular liquid or carbon dioxide gas gently into the uterus to clear the surface and to help widen it slightly.
  5. The light and camera at the end of the hysteroscope allows the doctor to see the uterine cavity and the fallopian tubes. Consequently, he or she confirms a diagnosis of any issues or makes up a decision to perform any additional surgical procedures. 
  6. In case of operative hysteroscopy, the doctors also insert surgical instruments through the hysteroscope tube to perform the surgery.

How to prepare for hysteroscopy?

  1. First, the woman needs to undergo a pregnancy test a week before the procedure. 
  2. Next, if the patient is undergoing a hysteroscopy for removal of large uterine fibroids, the doctors prescribe some medicines to reduce the size of the fibroids.

Additionally, here are a handful preparatory steps that are prescribed by gynecologists- 

  1. Reach the doctor’s office or clinic with an empty stomach. Being on an empty stomach reduces the risk of side effects caused due to general anesthesia such as nausea, dizziness, etc. 
  2. Complete all routine blood tests as prescribed by the doctor such as blood tests, urine tests, etc. 
  3. Let the doctor know the various medicines or other items that you are allergic to.
  4. Inform the nurse or doctor if you are taking any blood-thinning medicines. 
  5. Arrange for someone who can drive you back home after the procedure.

What to expect after hysteroscopy?

Post-hysteroscopy, the patient has to wait in the hospital until the effects of anesthesia completely wear off. Typically, hysteroscopy is a daycare procedure and the patient can go back home on the same day. After a few hours, it is common to experience mild cramping and spotting which continue for the next couple of days. In addition to this, there can be mild shoulder pain due to the carbon dioxide inserted during the procedure. Apart from this, there are no serious side effects or complications and it is safe to resume daily routine within 2-3 days.

Frequently Asked Questions on Hysteroscopy

Pain tolerance capacity is different for every individual. Hence, it is difficult to state the exact pain quotient involved in hysteroscopy. But since the procedure is performed under anesthesia, the patient is likely to not feel any significant pain during hysteroscopy.

Hysteroscopy allows the doctor to diagnose and treat any uterus related problem in a single procedure. 

The procedure is seamless, precise and minimally-invasive.

Hysteroscopy allows the gynecologist to identify the exact uterine abnormality and treat it without damaging the surrounding tissues.

You should be able to go home shortly after the procedure. If you had general anesthesia, you may need to wait until its effects have worn off.

No. Hysteroscopy is performed by experienced doctors who ensure that none of the organs in the reproductive system gets damaged. Thus, the functioning of the reproductive organs, including menstrual cycle, remains unchanged.

Hysteroscopy is not a major surgery. It does not involve any major cuts or stitches and requires no overnight hospital. The procedure is performed through the vagina and does not require the doctor to open the abdomen to access the internal organs.

Yes, hysteroscopy is considered a very safe treatment procedure. As with any surgery, there might be complications involved, but the chances of the complications occur in less than 1 percent cases. Some of the reported complications are – heavy vaginal bleeding, infection, intrauterine scarring, reaction to anesthesia, injury to the nearby organs.

No. In contrast to this, hysteroscopy has helped several women conceive successfully after the procedure. Several research studies have confirmed that women who have undergone hysteroscopy to remove polyps in the uterus have higher chances of getting pregnant.

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16:15 23 Nov 22
Dr. Krishna Chaitanya is very experienced physician. We are consulting the doctor from past 4 years. And hospital 🏥 is also good 👍. My feedback isn't because I know Dr. Krishna Chaitanya, the way he treat the patient with right procedure.
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13:33 22 Nov 22
Being new to Hyderabad, luckily came to know about Doctor Puneet (Vascular Surgeon - Diabetic Foot care) through Google (Good) Reviews.Hospital was good with multi specialist doctors. Clean environment with seating facilities, restroom, drinking water. Receptionist, nurses, pharmacy staffs were so kind & helpful. As far as i know, it is Walk - In to meet any Doctor (First cum first served). Hospital is equipped with latest technology medical machine.Met Dr. Puneet Joopali for Diabetic Vascular issue for my elderly MIL. We were very happy & satisfied after consulting Doc. He speaks well, highly knowledgeable, easy to converse, explains well. Met him again to clear a doubt even without an appointment. He was kind enough to explain. I got his number & consulted him for general medical advice. He instantly replied over message. Very difficult to find doctors of this type who are easy to approach & get best advice.For Diabetics, Dr. Puneeth directed us to Dr. SVP Reddy. He was also easy to talk with, consulted well & with his medication sugar level is under control.Only one disadvantage we felt was that the prescribed tablets were Hyderabad manufactured & they were available only in hospital pharmacy. We couldn't get it in outside big pharmacy in Hyderabad city. Thanks to both doctors and also Max health Staffs.
11:26 17 Aug 22
I have been admitted in Max health hospital with the very low platelet count (8000) Dr. SVP Reddy sir (General Physician) treated excellent. Nursing staff and duty doctors are serviced very well even in night time also. House keeping staff serviced very well and Duty doctors follow up also nice daily. I will recommend this hospital. I have joined in the hospital with lot of problem. But discharged without any issues.Especially Thanks to the administration staff.
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16:22 11 Jul 22
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Good but blood samples is the draw back who blood samples who is going to check but overall is good and hospital is located at the main centre of location and it's very easy to find out the hospital and it's located at KPHB road number 1 commun beside reymond show room infront of chaitanya food court.