HSG (Hysterosalpingography)

HYSTEROSALPINGOGRAPHY

A Hysterosalpingography or is a type of X-ray that investigates the shape of the uterus, shape, and patency of fallopian tubes. A special dye or contrast material is used, so that uterus and tubes show up clearly on the x-ray images. It is done in the first half of the cycle around D7- D10. It is generally advised in couples having trouble conceiving or have had pregnancy problems such as multiple miscarriages.

TO WHOM TO ADVICE

HSG (Hysterosalpingography)

STEPS FOR PROCEDURE

PROCESS OF HSG

ADVANTAGES

ADVANTAGES OF HSG

RISKS

RISKS OF HSG

Process of the Procedure:

HSG is best performed one week after menstruation but before ovulation. A radiologist or Gynaecologist will perform the test.

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