Discovering a brighter life future with our hysteroscopy services
Our gynaecology clinic provides the most up-to-date women’s health services, including outpatient hysteroscopy. Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that allows our doctors to examine the inside of the uterus. It typically takes a few minutes to complete, and the procedure is performed under local anaesthesia.
There are various benefits of hysteroscopy, like the power to identify and treat countless uterine disorders without the need for traditional surgery. This technique is also more convenient for patients because there is no need for an overnight hospital stay.
The healing time is short, and patients can resume their daily activities shortly after the procedure. Our clinic’s staff of expert gynaecologists in the UK uses cutting-edge technology to perform outpatient hysteroscopy, assuring the best quality of care.
Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure that allows doctors to view the inside of a woman’s uterus to detect abnormalities or issues. Outpatient hysteroscopy is performed on an outpatient basis, meaning you can return home on the same day.
We recommend you follow these steps to prepare for an outpatient hysteroscopy:
Aftercare instructions following an outpatient hysteroscopy procedure are critical in ensuring a smooth and speedy recovery. Here are some aftercare instructions for patients following an outpatient hysteroscopy.
We recommend our patients to take rest for the first 24 to 48 hours after the procedure. Avoid engaging in strenuous physical activity and get plenty of rest.
Some patients may experience mild cramping or discomfort after the procedure. Our doctors prescribe over-the-counter pain relievers to help you manage these symptoms.
Patients should avoid having sexual intercourse for at least one week following the procedure. Avoid tampons during this time, and instead, use sanitary pads.
It’s crucial to stay hydrated after the procedure, and patients should drink plenty of water to help flush out residual anaesthesia.
Patients should attend all scheduled follow-up appointments with their doctor to monitor their progress and address their concerns.
Follow these aftercare instructions to ensure a smooth and successful recovery after an outpatient hysteroscopy procedure. We provide you with additional guidance and support throughout the recovery process.
Most women do not experience significant pain during an outpatient hysteroscopy. The procedure is performed under a local anaesthetic or a mild sedative to minimise discomfort. Some women may experience mild cramping during outpatient hysteroscopy.
Usually, it takes 30 minutes to an hour for an outpatient hysteroscopy. But the time taken for the procedure can vary.
Outpatient hysteroscopy is generally a safe procedure. However, there are some risks and side effects associated with outpatient hysteroscopy. It includes:
After an outpatient hysteroscopy, you can expect mild cramping and vaginal bleeding for a few days. You may also experience lightheadedness or fatigue due to anaesthesia. Avoid strenuous activity and sexual intercourse for a few days after the procedure.