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Adhesions (Asherman’s Syndrome)

Treatment of Adhesions (Asherman’s Syndrome) by Hysteroscopy at Chawla IVF Centre Jalandhar
Asherman's syndrome, characterized by the formation of intrauterine adhesions (scar tissue), can significantly affect a woman's reproductive health and fertility. At Chawla IVF Centre in Jalandhar, we offer advanced hysteroscopic treatment to effectively manage and correct adhesions, providing specialized care to enhance your reproductive well-being and increase the chances of successful pregnancy.

Understanding Asherman's Syndrome
Asherman's syndrome occurs when scar tissue forms within the uterine cavity, typically as a result of uterine surgery, such as dilation and curettage (D&C), cesarean section, or myomectomy. These adhesions can lead to:

Menstrual irregularities
Recurrent miscarriages
Pelvic pain
Comprehensive Diagnostic Services
Accurate diagnosis is essential for effective treatment. At Chawla IVF Centre, we utilize advanced diagnostic techniques to identify and evaluate Asherman's syndrome:

1. Detailed Medical History and Physical Examination:
Our specialists begin with a thorough review of your medical history and a physical examination to identify symptoms and assess potential risk factors associated with Asherman's syndrome.

2. Transvaginal Ultrasound:
This imaging test provides detailed images of the uterus and helps identify the presence and extent of adhesions.

3. Hysterosalpingography (HSG):
HSG involves injecting a contrast dye into the uterus and fallopian tubes to visualize the uterine cavity and identify abnormalities, including adhesions.

4. Hysteroscopy:
Hysteroscopy involves inserting a thin, lighted tube called a hysteroscope through the vagina and cervix into the uterus, allowing direct visualization of the uterine cavity and adhesions.

Hysteroscopic Adhesiolysis: Treatment Procedure
Hysteroscopic adhesiolysis is a minimally invasive procedure used to break down and remove intrauterine adhesions, restoring the normal structure and function of the uterine cavity.

1. Preparation:

The procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis.
You may receive a local anesthetic or light sedation to ensure comfort during the procedure.
2. The Procedure:

A hysteroscope is gently inserted through the vagina and cervix into the uterus.
Saline solution is used to expand the uterine cavity, providing a clear view of the adhesions.
Specialized surgical instruments are introduced through the hysteroscope to carefully cut and remove the adhesions.
The procedure usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour, depending on the extent of the adhesions.
3. Postoperative Care:

Most patients can return home the same day.
Mild cramping or spotting may occur for a few days after the procedure.
Follow-up visits are scheduled to monitor healing and ensure the adhesions have been completely removed.
Benefits of Hysteroscopic Adhesiolysis
Minimally Invasive: No external incisions are required, leading to minimal scarring and quicker recovery.
Precision: Direct visualization of the uterine cavity allows for precise removal of adhesions.
Quick Recovery: Most patients can resume normal activities within a few days.
Improved Fertility: By restoring the normal structure of the uterus, this procedure significantly enhances fertility prospects and reduces the risk of miscarriage.
Why Choose Chawla IVF Centre for Hysteroscopic Adhesiolysis?
Experienced Team: Our gynecologists and surgeons have extensive experience in performing hysteroscopic procedures with high success rates.
Advanced Technology: We utilize the latest hysteroscopic equipment and techniques to ensure precise and effective treatment.
Personalized Care: Each patient receives a customized treatment plan tailored to their specific needs and health goals.
Comprehensive Support: From diagnosis through treatment and recovery, our dedicated team provides compassionate support and guidance every step of the way.
Success Stories
We are proud to have helped numerous women successfully manage and treat Asherman's syndrome, leading to improved reproductive health, reduced symptoms, and successful pregnancies. Our high patient satisfaction and positive outcomes reflect our commitment to excellence in women's healthcare.