Endoscopic surgery of the uterus chamber

Sticking to the uterus does not occur immediately, but slowly. If detected late, sticking to the uterus at a severe level can bring many unpredictable harms such as: Difficulty getting pregnant; miscarriage; born prematurely,… or may even cause infertility in females.

1. Uterus adhesion

The uterus chamber is a virtual cavity, the front and rear cities are very close together. Therefore, when there is no longer a bottom layer and the upper layer as a cushion in the middle, the two muscle members of the uterus are closely and stick together, causing the uterus to stick.

The common manifestation when a female has a uterus is a menstrual day and very little menstruation per menstruation in case of a parted or non-menstrual uterus with a case of total uterus adhesion.

In addition, when attached to the uterus, the female body also has some manifestations such as: Chest pain, fatigue, discomfort, back pain, pain in the lower abdomen,… Manifestations of abdominal pain in patients with ovarian contagion are caused by inflammation that entails or because the blood of the neuron does not escape.

The causes of uterus adhesion may be due to:

  • Due to the influence of complications after childbirth or consequences after abortion, miscarriage remains of the placenta;
  • Inflammation of the uterus caused by abortion at unsus assurance facilities ;
  • Inflammation is not treated in a timely manner;
  • The endometrial layer shows signs of deterioration.

In what situations does a uterus stick?

The phenomenon of sticking to the uterus affects the patient's life

2. What is a uterus endoscopy?

Endoscopy is a technique that uses an endoscope with a small camera and a light source, inserted into the uterus through the vagina, transmits an image signal to the screen to help the doctor observe the internal structure of the uterus.

Endoscopic technique of the uterus is a safe, effective measure to search for and detect the exact cause of pathology in the uterus leading to infertility in women. In some cases, endoscopy of the uterus also helps to treat some diseases that women often suffer in this area.

Endoscopy of the uterus is an important step in performing a ovarian sticky surgery. The characteristic of laparoscopic surgery of the uterus is that there is no need for surgery in the patient's abdomen, no dissection of the uterus, no pain after the operation, fast recovery health, early discharged.

3. Should laparoscopic surgery stick to the uterus?

Sticking to the uterus does not occur immediately, but slowly. If detected late, sticking to the uterus at a severe level can bring many unpredictable harms such as:

  • Difficulty in pregnancy or increased risk of infertility: Due to the deep damaged bottom layer, the lining of the uterus is difficult to give birth, it is impossible to thicken in preparation for nesting embryos.
  • Prone to miscarriage: Sticking to the uterus makes the shape and function of the uterus not guaranteed so it is easy to cause a miscarriage.
  • Premature birth, massive post-birth bleeding: The uterus chamber is sticky, loses its natural elasticity, is difficult to meet the development of the fetus. Besides, because the placenta clings too tightly to the uterus where there are no mucous membranes, at childbirth, the uterus is badly damaged, causing a lot of blood flow.

Therefore, sticking to the uterus can be completely overcome by laparoscopic surgery of the uterus if detected early to avoid complications.


Endoscopic surgery for uterus chamber should be performed at a reputable hospital

4. Endoscopic surgery of the uterus chamber

This is the most effective method of separating the uterus chamber. The doctor will insert endoscopic instruments and electric knives into the uterus through the vagina and proceed to remove the stick. Laparoscopic surgery is only performed in specialized hospitals with modern equipment and a team of experienced and well-specialized doctors.

  • This method is in sing with the case: second-born infertility, sticking to the uterus chamber.
  • Contrain specify in case of malignant pathology in the uterus; allergy to the fluid that strains the uterus chamber used in the laparoscopic procedure of the uterus.

4.1. Steps to take

  • Step 1: Prepare and erile diagnostic and surgical ovarian endoscopy instruments.
  • Step 2: A full body examination and specialties for the evaluation of coordinated diseases; advising on risks, complications and complications of surgery; uterus-proboscis imaging determines damage to the uterus chamber for the person who needs surgery.
  • Step 3: Guide the patient to lie in a gynecologic position, then inject the patient with body pain relief.
  • Step 4: Disinfect the genital area; ing up and circulating cathethees; place vaginal valves or platypus; cervical pairs.
  • Step 5: The person performing the procedure conducts the separation of the uteruschamber . After cutting the sticky part of the uterus, put a T-anti-stick ring into the uterus chamber; at the same time regenerate the uterus chamber.
  • Step 6: After cutting the sticky part of the uterus, re-examine the uterus to check that there is no bleeding and the uterus is complete.

There are a number of complications after surgery to stick to the uterus such as: Bleeding; cervical tearing; perforation of the uterus. However, these complications are rare if the patient chooses a medical facility that ensures eligibility for medical equipment and the expertise of a skilled doctor.

4.2. Post-surgical care

  • After the separation of the uterus chamber, it is necessary to monitor the whole body, vessels, blood pressure, the amount of blood coming out of the vagina at the end of the surgery about a few hours.
  • Patients can move for 6-12 hours after surgery.
  • About 12 – 24 hours after the procedure, the patient should eat and drink.
  • Follow your doctor's appointment.

If you have abnormal symptoms, you should be examined and consulted with a specialist.

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