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How Long After Hysteroscopy Can I Use A Tampon
Couple days: This is usually done under light sedation or general anesthesia. It's a simple procedure and pain-wise, recovery is not too bad with mild cramps & spotting. If you need to recover from gen anesthesia, it may take 1-2 days. We sometimes also perform endometrial ablations if permanent sterilization has been done. This may eliminate bleeding & recovery is usually the same. Discuss it with your gyn. ...Read more
1-2 days: The above procedure is usually done with a local block or light anesthetic. Barring complications, recovery is less than 24 hours with minimal spotting & cramping after. I usually prescribe Ibuprofen & tylenol (acetaminophen) following these & most patients do very well and return to work/school the next day. Take care. ...Read more
A camera: That means they are putting a camera into your uterus. You probably lost the string or it broke and they need a better look to pull it out. How long it will take depends on what they see, but it usually not more than 30 minutes for this. ...Read more
I am a 26year old female. Had hysteroscopy and d&c done 2 days ago. How long should I take before having unprotected sex? We're trying for a baby
Usually a week, but.: ...It depends on what was found. Check with your gyn. ...Read more
Is 3 weeks too long to wait to have a d&c/hysteroscopy done when my endometrium is 24.5mm thick? Is this urgent?
Have D&C asap: There are many factors to consider here, but if you have been having abnormal bleeding, with a lining that thick, you need to have the procedure done as soon as possible. Not an emergency, but not something you want to put off for several months. ...Read more
I am a 59 year old female that had a hysteroscopy polypectory how long does the spotting last and when is sexual activity allowed?
Having office hysteroscopy per my request. Dr just sent me meds to dialate 2 of same said 1 vaginally & 1 orally next day u can use both ways?
How long should I bleed after a hysteroscopy and polypectomy via d&c. Blood is bright red and heavier daily.?
No: You should not be bleeding more than a period and so it sounds like you have a bleeding vessel ...Read more
I am 21 years old and in 6 weeks will be having laparoscopy hysteroscopy salpingectomy and d&c, how long will the recovery time be?
Surgery: Without complications, recovery time will probably be a week. But the bigger question is why are you having all of these procedures do if you are only 21 years old? ...Read more
If I had nrml hysteroscopy via biopsy pathology 1 1/2 yrs ago would cancer develop from then to now or is it something that takes a longer time?
Usually longer: Tumors usually takes years to develop. From your profile it appears that you may benefit from losing weight. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco or alcohol in any form. ...Read more
2 weeks: 2 weeks is what I normally recommend unless your discharge and bleeding continues. By two weeks its usually resolved. I would recommend a follow up with your doctor before starting intercourse. ...Read more
I usually perform some sort of follow up evaluation after the surgery to make sure that the whole fibroid is gone. That can be done with hysterosonogram or office hysteroscopy or hsg. If fibroid is gone then I usually tell the couple that it is fine to start trying...Assuming there are no other issues.
Good luck. ...Read more
For a short procedure hysteroscopy/d&c if general anesthesia is use would a tube be put for breathing or a mask? Female/54yrs
3 miscarriage. X-ray uretus & Hysteroscopy done, uretus right side block. Is posible to be open? If it is how long I can try for babies? Thanks
Clarification: It is important to schedule follow up with the doctor who did the tests to clarify what was found and what the treatment plans are. If you mean that you right fallopian tube is blocked then it is a good sign the left is working fine since you were able to get pregnant three times. A blocked tube is unrelated to miscarriages. ...Read more
I have done a hysteroscopy and a removal of an uterine separation 7 days ago. I was wondering how long should me and my husband wait for having an int?
How long should I expect to bleed after a hysteroscopy with septum resection? How heavy of bleeding is normal? I take bc continuously so no period.
A week or two: Confirm with your doctor, but it would be common to have some light bleeding for a couple of weeks. ...Read more
I received hysteroscopy to remove a fibroid. Bleeding for 6 days, continued with a long period (9 days, without pain). Will next MC be more normal?
Hopefully: Usually, l would expect your periods to improve over the next several months. ...Read more
On prometrium daily 200mg daily hysteroscopy 1 yr ago w d&c path normal u/s 4 weeks ago lining 4 mm all nrml period late & 14 days long but light why
I'm having irregular and prolonged periods. My Gyn is going to make an hysteroscopy, in may my hemoglobin was 13, ive been 18 days this month, with clots some days, could my hemoglobin be really low?
Depends: You've been bleeding 18 days straight? If you are bleeding heavily plus the clots for that many days straight, it's possible your hemoglobin has dropped. If it were "really" low, though, you would likely be having other symptoms like shortness of breath upon exertion or at rest, fatigue, increased pulse, palpitations, and sometimes dizziness. Is your hysteroscopy soon? You may want blood count soon ...Read more
Pelvic MRI in sept 2013, t-us done today. No cysts etc. Heavy and long cycle. Office hysteroscopy w/ biopsy in 4 weeks. What could be found that that was not 'seen' in earlier exams? Nervous.
Yes: Start with mild exercise such as walking. If the activity induces bleeding, slow down or stop. ...Read more
Yes: A hysteroscopy may be indicated for a number of gynecologic complaints (abnormal bleeding, polyps, fibroids, lost iud, etc). A hysteroscopy can be performed in the clinic or in an operating room, depending on the physician and the problem being investigated. Most ob/gyn's perform hysteroscopy, and yes you would need to have an evaluation with your gynecologist to detemine that you need this exam. ...Read more
Now what?: Depends on 1) why you had the surgery, 2) what you are trying to accomplish. If you had surgery for bleeding, you follow post-op instructions, and follow up with your surgeon in a few weeks. If you're trying to conceive you can ask your doctor; if this is what you are asking, we may be able to help some here. ...Read more
Polyps can be seen via a hysteroscopy, and a D&C can certainly remove some. In doing the D&C, sometimes the polyp is not removed (after the hysteroscopy is finished, the D&C is essentially a blind procedure). If you continue to have bleeding, you may need another attempt at polyp removal.
There was no actual question asked, so you might need to be more specific. ...Read more
Benign: Pathologists use the term micro glandular hyperplasia to describe a benign change actually of the endocervix in response to Progesterone effects (birth control or depo). Many times during endometrial biopsy or curettage evaluation, fragments of endocervix are also present within the specimen for pathology evaluation. ...Read more
I am going to have hysteroscopy and d&c surgery in 2weeks. Why I am not allowed to wear even a little make up?
To see the real you: Your surgical team will only be able to monitor your condition optimally if they can see the color and condition of your nails and skin. If these are hidden by makeup or nail polish, it makes their job harder and can impair your safety during surgery and recovery. Hopefully, no one on your surgery team is going to be thinking about that level of your attractiveness. Later for that, ok? ...Read more
My wife aged 40 years had hysteroscopy and d&c. The report is as follows: sp1 endometrium is in early secretory phase?
No: Hysteroscopy is the direct inspection of the uterine cavity. The opening to the fallopian tubes would be visible, but the tubal lumen would not be fully examined and if blocked would not be opened. During the course of a hysteroscopy the fluid used to distend the uterine cavity may be flush through the tube clearing any mucous, but that would eventually re-accumulate. ...Read more
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