For the purpose of diagnosing and treating uterine factors involved in implantation failure, we examine the presence of endometrial polyps, submucosal uterine fibroids, uterine cavity adhesions, and endometritis.
Using a cotton swab, a sample will be taken from the entrance of the uterus and examined.
A thin camera called a hysteroscope is inserted from the entrance of the uterus, and the inside of the uterine cavity is enlarged while injecting liquid from the tip of the camera. This allows us to check for polyps and fibroids. It is suitable for diagnosing small lesions that are difficult to diagnose with ultrasound because it directly observes the inside of the uterine cavity.
A small amount of the endometrium is collected using a thin instrument called a curette. A special pathological examination is used to check for abnormal endometrial inflammation.