Hysteroscopy Uterine Septal Resection

Hysteroscopy is a procedure used to view the inside of the uterus using a hysteroscope (a thin, flexible, lighted tube). This method is used to diagnose and treat problems within the uterus or cervix (mouth of the womb). Uterine Septum is a congenital abnormality in which the uterine cavity is divided by a longitudinal septum. The outside of the uterus has the normal shape. Most women are born with a uterine septum but they hardly know that it is present until they face difficulties in carrying the pregnancy successfully to the last term. Removing the septum improves chances of successful pregnancy.


The following methods can be used to diagnose a uterine septum

  • Hysteroscopy
  • Ultrasound scan
  • CT scan or MRI

Hysteroscopy is the most preferred method to diagnose and treat uterine septum as it is cost effective and ensures speedy recovery.

You should not have this procedure if you suspect one of the following:

Consult with your health care provider on the choices of treatment and possible risks before you go for the procedure.


This procedure can be carried out in your doctor’s clinic or a hospital with anesthesia. You can go home a few hours after the procedure. You might experience some cramps and have a watery or bloody discharge for a couple of weeks. You might also experience pain while urinating for the first few hours. Your doctor might prescribe antibiotics to prevent infection or estrogen therapy to heal the uterus.


There are rarely any complications during the process other than those from the anesthesia and allergic reaction to the fluid used in the process. Your healthcare provider can provide you with details of the procedure and the risks involved.

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