Fertility Treatments

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that has become an integral part of infertility treatments in recent years. By allowing for direct visualization of the uterine cavity, hysteroscopy provides valuable information about any abnormalities or structural issues that may be impacting a woman's ability to conceive.



Our Procedure for Hysteroscopy Will Include:

  • The ovaries of the patient will be stimulated first. This will be done with the use of fertility drugs.
  • The embryos are then cultured for the next 4 to 5 days.
  • This will exclusively produce a number of mature eggs.
  • Finally, one of the embryos cultured is moved back into the uterus.
  • The produced eggs will be collected to get it fertilized with the sperm of the partner.

Hysteroscopy plays a crucial role in diagnosing infertility issues by uncovering abnormalities within the uterine cavity that may hinder successful conception. Through this minimally invasive procedure, doctors can identify conditions such as polyps, fibroids, adhesions, or structural anomalies that may have previously gone undetected. By gaining a clear view of the uterus, hysteroscopy enables targeted treatment plans to be developed, addressing specific issues that may be impeding fertility. Understanding the diagnostic capabilities of hysteroscopy is key to empowering individuals with valuable insights into their reproductive health and guiding them towards effective infertility treatments.


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