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I have slimy bloody discharge that started 3 days after I had a hysteroscopy along with cramping. Is that normal?
After getting a hysteroscopy/ d.C. To treat asherman's syndrome should I still cramping if this was done 2 days ago and why asherman's syndrome
It may be normal: It may be normal to have some cramping for up to a week after this type of surgery. Severe pain or a fever should prompt u to call your dr right away. Asherman's syndrome is when scarring within the uterus occurs to distort the normal internal contour of the uterine cavity. It usu happens after an infection following a delivery that required a D&C afterwards; or in fection after a d&c. ...Read more
I had my laparoscopy and hysteroscopy and a coil fitted back in december, I am still experiencing period like cramps constantly can you tell me why.
Had hysteroscopy:d&c/polyp removed. No cramping after the first day to day 7. Days 8/9 light cramping/discomfort, infection? No odor no fever
I had a d&c, leep, and hysteroscopy five days ago. Still have cramping and now have grey and black discharge? But have had no bleeding is this normal
In pst week had biopsy of endometrium, hysterscopy and dnc how long should I bleed and have cramps for. I still have pelvic pain also. What should I do?
The main complication of hysteroscopy is perforation of the uterus.
If the hysteroscopy is a lengthy one, there is the possibility of excessive absorption of the fluid necessary for distention of the uterus. If heat is used for certain treatment, there is the possibility of un-intentional burns. There are other complications common to all surgeries, such as infection, drug reaction, etc.. ...Read more
OBGYN: A hysteroscopy is a procedure done by a gynecologist to visualize the inside of your uterus with a camera. It can locate an iud or identify any structural abnormalities that can then be biopsied. It is a relatively quick procedure that usually only takes about 30 minutes to an hour. ...Read more
After 2 periods: I recommend waiting until you have had 2 normal periods to allow the endometrial lining to heal. ...Read more
Probably some: Minor bleeding mixed with mucus, lubricant. Best to call your GYN to ask ...Read more
Not really.: It is normal to have some cramping and intermittent to mild bleeding for 2 weeks following the procedure. Bloating doesn't necessarily mean there is a problem, but different people will have different experiences with their recovery. If you are certain that it is not diet related (some people try to eat healthy or stick with a soft or bland diet they're not used to after surgery), see your doctor. ...Read more
Hysteroscopy: Hysteroscopy is when a small camera is inserted into the uterus. A small amount of fluid is used to distend the cavity. It does not go near the anus. Unless another procedure was done these two things should not be related. Check with your surgeon to see if another procedure was done at the same time that might be causing this. ...Read more
Hysteroscopy: No. Avoid any elective procedures that can potentially delay a medically necessary procedure. ...Read more
Had office hysteroscopy 1 wk ago today path not in yet if it was bad news would labs have called my dr by now?
Call your doctor: There is a very good chance your doctor already has the report back. Just call and confirm. Most pathology reports are issued within 48 hours. There are some very complicated cases which may require special studies but most cases would be completed by 48 hours. ...Read more
How common is to have spinal anesthesia for hysteroscopy d&c. I'm so scare of general anesthesia. Female/54yrs?
Not but possible: It can be done. Request that from your anesthesiologist or ask your gyn to request it for you. Good luck ...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'm 32 years old and it being a year trying to get pregnant, I want to know if hysteroscopy can help me getting pregnant?
Yes: Hysteroscopy can definitely help you with evaluation of your ability to conceive. Sometimes there are septations or tissue curtains in the uterus that prevent pregnancy from occurring and a hysteroscopy can detect that. Also, at hysteroscopy, the tubes can be evaluated to make sure there is flow or patency of the tubes (combined with laparoscopy). If you've been trying for a year, I recommend ...Read more