Hysteroscopy is a gynecological procedure used in the diagnosis and treatment of such disorders as abnormal bleeding, recurrent miscarriages or fertility disorders.

Diagnostic hysteroscopy plays an important role in the prevention and diagnosis of uterine mucosal pathology, including precancerous and neoplastic conditions. The procedure starts with the evaluation of the cervical canal and the recognition of abnormalities of the interior of the uterus. All thanks to a specialized optical device, optical fibers and a video camera. During surgical hysteroscopy, such changes as fibroids, polyps and adhesions are removed – that is, uterine abnormalities causing pain, bleeding and problems with getting pregnant.


  • infertility
  • disorders in the menstrual cycle
  • bleeding of undetermined etiology
  • abnormal shape and size of the uterine cavity
  • abnormal image of the endometrium in ultrasound examination
  • abnormal structure and functioning of uterine outlets
  • long-term hormonotherapy (estrogenotherapy, tamoxifen)
  • adhesions, septals, polyps, submucosal myomas
  • proliferative lesions of the lining of the uterine cavity and cervical canal
  • removal of foreign bodies – e.g. a lost IUD

The procedure is performed in short intravenous anesthesia or sedation. Its duration is about 10 minutes. During surgical hysteroscopy, abnormal proliferative lesions are taken, which are then sent for histopathological examination

Postoperative period

After the surgery and several hours of hospitalization, the patient is discharged home. The control visit at the Clinic should take place after approx. 7 days. The patient may experience persistent pain after the treatment, which is alleviated both by over-the-counter painkillers and ketonal. The result of the histopathological examination is available after 10-14 days after the surgery.

Meticulous adherence to postoperative recommendations is crucial in rapid convalescence and significantly affects the final result of the operation.

Best medical team

Michał Barwijuk Plastic gynecologist

Andrzej Barwijuk założyciel Kliniki Medifem

Tadeusz Issat Specialist in obstetrics and gynecology

Marta Andziak Specjalista położnictwa i ginekologii

Ewa Juchnicka Specjalista położnictwa i ginekologii, endokrynolog

Anna Kasielska-Trojan Specjalista chirurgii plastycznej

Tomasz Zawadzki Specjalista chirurgii plastycznej

Antonina Lisowska Specialist of Radiology

Maciej Łapoć Specjalista anestezjologii i intensywnej terapii.

Monika Jusińska Fizjoterapeutka

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