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Is there any risk or problem during endomaterial biopsy ?

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Dr. Bryan Treacy
Gynecology
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In brief: Yes

Problems are rare & the most obvious is cramping & pain.
The cervix can be anesthetized for endometrial biopsy. Hysteroscopy with biopsy may be performed after a local block that anesthetizes the uterus itself. Perforation of the uterus is possible but rare. And, of course, infection is occasionally a problem.

In brief: Yes

Problems are rare & the most obvious is cramping & pain.
The cervix can be anesthetized for endometrial biopsy. Hysteroscopy with biopsy may be performed after a local block that anesthetizes the uterus itself. Perforation of the uterus is possible but rare. And, of course, infection is occasionally a problem.
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