Best Hysteroscopy Hospitals in Thailand

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Bumrungrad International Hospital
Multi Speciality Hospital

Sukhumvit | Bangkok

Rating 3.0 1 vote(s)

    • Fee: - ฿ 700
  • Bile Duct Cancer, Biopsy, Bladder Cancer, Brain Tumor, Breast Cancer Treatment, Cervix Cancer, Ch...
Verita Life Bangkok
Oncology Centre

Chatuchak | Bangkok

Rating 3.0 1 vote(s)

    • Fee: - ฿ 600
  • Bile Duct Cancer, Bladder Cancer, Brain Tumor, Breast Cancer Treatment, Cervix Cancer, Chemothera...
Wattanosoth Cancer Hospital
Oncology Hospital

Huaykwang | Bangkok

Rating 3.0 1 vote(s)

    • Fee: - ฿ 600
  • GreenLight Laser for prostate treatment, Lumpectomy, Lymph node dissection, Lymph node dissection...
Vejthani Hospital
Multi Speciality Hospital

Bangkapi | Bangkok

Rating 3.0 1 vote(s)

    • Fee: - ฿ 500
  • Chemotherapy, Lumpectomy, Lymph node dissection, Mammaplasty, Mastectomy, Radiation Therapy, Stem...

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Hysteroscopy is a minimal surgery or a test done mostly to diagnose, treat or operate problems in uterus. In this surgery/treatment, the surgeon inserts a machine- hysteroscope through the cervix into the uterus, which allows him/her to have a visual image of uterine cavity or abnormality inside the uterus. Through this technique, the surgeon examines the shape and lining of the uterus and fallopian tube openings. Hysteroscopic operation is suggested, depending on the severity of the problem in uterus.
  1. Diagnostic Hysteroscopy- This is done mostly to diagnose problems in the uterus. It is also used to confirm results of Hysterosalpinography-HSG (X ray dye test to test uterus and fallopian tubes) and procedures such as laparoscopy (abdomen incision) and dilation and curettage (surgery to remove tissue from uterus).
  2. Operative Hysteroscopy- This is done to treat an abnormal condition found during diagnostic hysteroscopy. Small operative instruments are used through hysteroscope under this hysteroscopy.

Hysteroscopy may be done to find solutions to all/some/one of the following conditions-

  1. Examine and treat small fibroids and polyps in uterus, which may lead to uterian cancer.
  2. To control and remove endometrial ablation (problem in the uterus lining)
  3. Find the possible causes of regular miscarriages.
  4. As a test to diagnose endometrial cancer.
  5. Find and remove a badly placed or lost Intra-uterine device (IUD).
  6. To examine the blockage conditions of fallopian tubes (Hydrosalpinx, Pyosalpinx, Hematosalpinx, Chronic Salpingtis etc.)
  7. Whether the uterus has scar tissues or not which is a prime cause of infertility in women.
  8. Find solutions to severe cramping and abnormal bleeding during menstruation.
  9. To find solutions to bleeding after menopause.

The procedure of Hysteroscopy takes between 20 to 30 minutes.

  1. A local anesthesia or a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory painkiller (i.e. ibuprofen) is given to the patient to lessen the amount of pain after the test.
  2. The Doctor or the surgeon uses a speculum and passes the hysteroscope through the cervix into the uterus. Often hysteroscope is passed without using a speculum depending upon your comfort ability.
  3. The hysteroscope is connected to a TV monitor through a camera and one can wish to see images of the hysteroscope in the monitor.
  4. The surgeon then takes a small tissue from the uterus to examine if he/she sees any problem with the uterus.
  1. Make sure your menstrual bleeding is stopped. Hysteroscopy is done at least a week in advance of your menstrual cycle start date.
  2. Take ibuprofen to lessen the chance of infection and pain after the procedure.
  3. Prepare yourself for the surgery with empty bladder.
  1. Infection in vagina or the uterus, if the hysteroscope is not sterilized well.
  2. Sometimes abnormal bleeding is observed postoperative hysteroscopy.
  3. Risk of pelvic inflammatory diseases or PID (acute pelvic inflammation with yellow discharge, fever and lower abdominal pain) such as Subacute PID, Chronic PID, Sexually Transmitted PID.
  4. Damage to uterus or cervix if not performed well.
  5. Hormonal changes including imbalance of water and salt in the blood
  6. Nausea, vomiting and headache are some after effects of Hysteroscopy.
  7. Sex within 2 weeks post hysteroscopy can be lethal to your reproductive health.
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