HYSTEROSCOPIC SURGERIES


Hysteroscopic surgery:

When an operation is performed inside the uterine cavity


Hysteroscopy provides a way for your doctor to look inside your uterus. A hysteroscope is a thin, telescope-like instrument that is inserted into the uterus through the vagina and cervix. This tool often helps a doctor diagnose or treat a uterine problem. Hysteroscopy is minor surgery which is performed either in your physician's office without anesthesia or in an Operation Theatre setting. It can be performed with local, regional, or general anesthesia--sometimes no anesthesia is needed.



What happens during the hysteroscopy procedure?

1. The opening of your cervix may need to be dilated or made wider with special instruments.
2. The hysteroscope is inserted through your vagina and cervix, and into your uterus.
3. Next a liquid or gas is usually released through the hysteroscope to expand your uterus so your physician will have a better view of the inside.
4. A light source attached with the hysteroscope allows your physician to see the inside of the uterus and the openings of the fallopian tubes into the uterine cavity.
5. If surgery is required, small instruments are inserted through the hysteroscope.

Our Services

When it is Performed?

Performed for Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Scanty Menstrual Period, poor endometrial thickness in the uterine cavity


Why it is Performed?

Hysteroscopy is the commonest type of work up in the entire Infertility & BOH patient along with Diagnostic Laparoscopy. Only diagnostic hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF.

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity


Why it is Performed?

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF.

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

Excessive bleeding P/V, Postmenopausal bleeding P/V, Abnormal bleeding P/V, or Mass Inside Uterine Cavity .


Why it is Performed?

Multiple fibroids and big fibroids resection are likely to be complicated with TUR syndrome and should be selected very carefully. Glycine deficit and S.Na level should be monitored during resection vigilantly to prevent complication.

When it is Performed?

Primary Infertility with HSG showing tubal block or Secondary Infertility with HSG showing tubal block


Why it is Performed?

HSG or previous hysteroscopy & laparoscopy suggesting proximal tubal block and she is advised for hysteroscopic Tubal cannulation for Infertility.

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

When it is Performed?

performed for Primary Infertility, Secondary Infertility, B.O.H., Abnormal bleeding P/V or Mass inside the uterine cavity.


Why it is Performed?

Endometrial Polyp hysteroscopy is the commonest work up recommended before IVF and records can be used in future treatmetments

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Our Clinic offers Laparoscopic Surgeries, Hysteroscopic Surgeries, Gynecological Care and Infertlity Guidance


WINGS Hospital is a state of art specialty hospital/clinic in India for Laparoscopy, infertility treatment IVF, Endoscopy, Surrogacy, Fetal Medicine, Gynecology, Wellness, situated at Ahmedabad, Gujarat. We have separate dedicated Endoscopy Department & dedicated Endoscopy Consultant team to perform various difficult Gynaec surgeries.

Recent Event
SURGICAL WORKSHOP
Venue: WINGS Hospital Date: 22/02/2015
Operative Faculty :
Laparoscopy - Dr.Devang Kanuga
Obstetrics - Dr.Mahesh Gupta
SUI - Dr.Darshan Shah
Co-ordinate by - Dr.Jayesh Amin