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Fluid: During a sonohystogram fluid is injected into the cavity of the uterus. It will drain out after dragging with it mucous and endometrial debris. Since you just saw your Obgyn for this test you can contact them and ask if anything abnormal was seen during the exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it true that excessive heavy bleeding after a sonohysterogram is something to be concerned about?
Yes: A sonohysterogram really should have minimal bleeding associated with the procedure. If a single tooth tenaculum is used on the cerivx to stabilize, there may be bleeding from that area. This is easy to rectify if true. The procedure itself does not carry a risk of heavy bleeding. Follow up with your doctor is bleeding does not subside. ...Read more
I scheduled a sonohysterogram on cd10 to check lining abnormalities. I still have heavy bleeding on cd7. If bleeding doesn't stop, shall i reschedule?
At appmnt for sonohysterogram, tech does tvs first then says fluid in my uterus made polyp show clearly & no need for shg. Is this correct or lazy?
Likely: At age 50, the hsg wasn't being performed to see if tubes were open due to fertility concerns, thus if only trying to see if there was a lesion in the cavity, it seems as if the tech did find a lesion. Likely your doctor will perform a hysteroscopy to see it clearly and remove it. Make sure you are clear and like your doctors plan for care. ...Read more
I am 56 years old, 3 biopsies (october 2012 last one all benign), 2 sonohysterograms, hysteroscopy, ablation how likely is it that this is cancer?
Insufficient data: Your question can't easily be answered with the information you have given. I am guessing you have uterine bleeding to prompt all this evaluation. Biopsies can be negative if they miss a tumor, but 3 all negative if done by a competent gyn is unlikely to be a false negative, especially if all the other workup is negative. Still, it would depend on what other symptoms and if they persist.. ...Read more
I don't want to get a Hysterosalpingogarm, is there any other option for me? I've already had a hysteroscopy back in February.
Yes.: Asherman's syndrome refers to postinfectious or postoperative endometrial partial obliteration by scar tissue (synechiae). An iud is typically inserted after hysteroscopic resection of the scars to allow for edometrial recovery and remodeling. A sonohysterogram or hysterosalpingogram in consultation with your gynecologist and infertility specialist may be needed to assess the uterine lining. ...Read more