Adhesion in the uterus or adhesion in the womb is called Asherman's syndrome. It can be seen in part of the uterus or in the whole.
What causes Asherman's syndrome?
What causes Asherman's syndrome?Causes of Asherman's syndrome, which can be observed after some surgical procedures in the uterus;
mycomectomy, myoma surgery
Termination of pregnancy
How is Asherman's syndrome treated?
Adhesions in the uterus are not seen on gynaecological examination. A hysterosalpingography (HSG)-medical film is performed to confirm the diagnosis. The treatment of Asherman's syndrome varies depending on the size and amount of the adhesion. Minimal intrauterine adhesions can usually be treated with hormonal preparations. If the adhesion is large, surgical procedures are preferred. Hysteroscopy is performed through the cervix and the inside of the uterus is viewed in detail and adhesions are removed. After the surgical procedure, the patient is given medication for the recovery period. If the adhesion is advanced, laparoscopic surgery is performed to remove the adhesion. Beforehand, the uterus is dilated with a special fluid and the part where the adhesion is located is cleaned laparoscopically.
What are the symptoms of Asherman's syndrome?
Menstrual irregularities or absence of menstruation
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