Hysteroscopy is a procedure widely used in the area of reproduction, in patients with infertility problems. It can be done in the office using local anesthesia on the cervix or carried out in the operating room with the use of general anesthesia. If hysteroscopy is surgical, it is preferred to perform in the operating room. To do this, the patient must report to the hospital with at least 8 hours of fasting. It will be hospitalized the same day that the procedure is going to be performed and it lasts 30 to 60 minutes on average.
Indicated in the following situations:
Laparoscopy is a surgery that requires a short hospital stay. The indications for performing laparoscopy are as diverse as are the diseases that affect the abdomen and pelvis.
- Uterus: Myomas, Müllerian malformations, suspicion of uterine perforation, translocated intrauterine device extraction.
- Uterine Tubes: Ectopic pregnancy, hydrosalpinx, tubal abscesses, adhesions, endometriosis, tubal patency, pelvic inflammatory disease, salpingoclasm.
- Ovaries: Benign and malignant tumors, polycystic ovary resistant to treatment, ovular capture for in-vitro fertilization cycles, GIFT, ZIFT, oophorectomy.