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What is Hysteroscopy? – Hysteroscopy is a minor procedure that helps Dr. Myran look inside the uterus to help asses, diagnose or treat infertility problems for patients experiencing heavy periods, abnormal vaginal bleeding, fibroids and polyps.

Using a hysteroscope – A hysteroscope is a thin, telescope-like device that is inserted into the uterus through the vagina and cervix. A sample of the lining is often taken to be sent off for further examination. This procedure does not involve any incisions to the abdomen and takes about 10-15 minutes but recovery can be a number of hours. The procedure is performed under local or general anaesthesia.


What can you expect

Hysteroscopy is a minor procedure that may be done in Dr. Myran’s clinic or in a hospital.

After the procedure, you may experience:

  • Pelvic discomfort
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal cramps
  • For pelvic procedures only, light bleeding or discharge from the vagina

Note – Most symptoms of hysteroscopy surgery resolve within one or two days – if not, see your doctor.

Important note

Patients are advised not to drive home following hysteroscopy due to the medication given prior to the procedure – Ensure you have a relative or friend to take you home from hospital or call a taxi.

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Note – Dr. Myran operates privately through Waverley Private Hospital.

For questions, bookings and further information please contact Dr. Myran’s office on:


Upon booking your procedure, our friendly staff will arrange your post operation follow up, to ensure you are in the best of health and answer any queries regarding the procedure.

1800 255 975

 After hours/emergency 0466 523 433