Hysteroscopy is a gynecological operative procedure used in the assessment of the uterine cavity. It has a thin telescope with a camera attached to its end “hysteroscopy”. It offers the benefit of diagnosis and treatment of uterine abnormalities i.e., “see and treat” that may be associated with infertility, such as:

It is performed as a day case; it is usually performed under 10 minutes for diagnosis, and it may be performed without anaesthesia. Anaesthesia may be required for “removal or cutting in the uterine cavity.