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We provide exceptional care to women of all ages at our gynaecology clinic. We understand that visiting a gynaecologist can be an intimidating experience. But we assure you that our team will make you feel comfortable and informed throughout your visit.
We offer office hysteroscopy, a minimally invasive procedure that allows our doctors to examine the inside of your uterus. With this procedure, we can identify any abnormalities or issues that may be causing problems like heavy bleeding, abnormal discharge or difficulty conceiving.
At our gynaecology clinic, we understand that undergoing a hysteroscopy procedure can be a stressful experience for numerous patients. To ease your worries and ensure a smooth process, we have compiled detailed before and after-care instructions for you to follow.
If you have any questions or concerns about the procedure, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are here to address your doubts and provide any information.
We recommend refraining from consuming food or drinks for at least six hours before your hysteroscopy. If you are taking any medications, please inform us beforehand.
As the procedure may cause some discomfort and mild sedation will be administered, you must arrange for someone to drive you home afterwards.
On the day of the procedure, please wear loose and comfortable clothing.
Our experts will do everything to make the procedure comfortable. You have to relax and focus on your breathing.
Please let us know if you experience any discomfort. We can adjust to ensure you are comfortable.
You may experience cramping and light bleeding after the procedure, so rest for the entire day. Avoid heavy lifting and exercise for at least 24 hours.
Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and flush out any remaining sedative in your system.
We will schedule a follow-up appointment to ensure you are healing and answer your queries and concerns.
We recommend an office hysteroscopy for numerous reasons, including abnormal uterine bleeding, recurrent miscarriages, infertility, uterine polyps or fibroids.
A small hysteroscope is inserted through the cervix and into the uterus. Then, a fluid expands the uterus, allowing for a clear view of the uterine lining. The procedure typically takes 15-20 minutes and is performed under local anaesthesia.
Most women do not experience pain during an office hysteroscopy. Some may experience mild cramping or discomfort, similar to menstrual cramps, during or after the procedure.
As with any medical procedure, some potential risks associated with an office hysteroscopy include the following:
Your doctor will advise you on any necessary follow-up appointments based on the results of your hysteroscopy.