A hysteroscopy is typically used when an individual is experiencing gynaecological issues such as heavy periods, recurrent miscarriages or unusual bleeding or discharge. It can also be used to help find the cause of infertility. A hysteroscopy is performed as part of a procedure to treat conditions such as fibroids and polyps and to check recurring gynaecological conditions.
Hysterosalpingogram (HSG) Tubal Infertility Test
This test involves having a dye inserted by a thin tube into the cervix. The dye is pushed into the fallopian tubes and uterus, pictures are taken by x-ray as the dye passes through. It usually takes about 30 minutes. The test is carried out to find the cause of a woman not being able to conceive.
Hystero Salpingo Contrast Sonography (HyCoSy)
Hysterosalpingo-contrast-sonography (usually shortened to HyCoSy) is a simple ultrasound procedure used to examine the fallopian tubes, as well as detect any problems of the uterus and endometrium.
An ultrasound is a scan which uses high frequency sound waves to build up images of bodily structures.
A Smear Test (or PAP Smear) is available through Women's Health for women of any age, including anyone under the age of 25, who is worried about cervical cancer.