Examination of Individual Postoperative Management

May 2002
Fertility Weekly;5/27/2002, p13
Academic Journal
The article has sought to evaluate the optimal postoperative management after hysteroscopic metroplasty. Postoperative estrogenization and/or intrauterine device insertion after an hysteroscopic metroplasty are not necessary. Uterine septa can lead to repeated miscarriages and infertility, although patients with a septate uterus may be asymptomatic, able to conceive spontaneously and to deliver without difficulty. Despite the fact that the septate uterus itself is not the reason for sterility, hysteroscopic septum dissection seems to improve pregnancy prognosis in symptomatic patients.


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