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Hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is usually performed as an outpatient procedure and it involves a hysteroscope (a thin illuminated tube) being inserted into the vagina to examine the inside of the uterus and cervix. Depending on the type of hysteroscopy anaesthesia may be local, regional, or general.

It can be used to diagnose and treat abnormal bleeding, or operatively to correct an abnormal condition. Minimally invasive Hysteroscopy can help the patient avoid hysterectomy or further pelvic surgery.

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Hysteroscopy Recovery

Depending on the anaesthesia used during the procedure you may be monitored for a few hours after the procedure.  You may have some abdominal cramps or light vaginal bleeding for a couple of days.

It is recommended you consult your healthcare provider if you feel any of these symptoms:

  • Heavy vaginal bleeding or discharge
  • High temperature or fever
  • Severe abdominal cramps


Can Kegel8 Help After Hysteroscopy?

YES! Kegel8 Ultra Pelvic Toner can help with treating the pain following this pelvic surgery.

Kegel8 can will also help you to strengthen your pelvic floor - it can help prevent prolapse and bladder weakness

To ensure the best possible outcomes following your hysteroscopy (and depending on the information you receive following the porcedure) Kegel8 can help to keep your pelvic floor strong and healthy.

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