Includes

Surgery
Stay at the Hospital
Pre-operative Investigations
Medicines and Consumables at the hospital
Food at the hospital
Airport transfers
IndiCure assistance

Does Not Include

Accommodation outside the hospital
Air tickets
Visa

Stay Required

Stay at the Hospital – Daycare or 1 to 2 days   
Stay in India – 7 to 8 days

The cost quoted above is indicative and should not be taken as the final cost of the surgery. The final cost can be ascertained after the surgeon has evaluated the patient. The cost in Indian Rupees can vary based on exchange rate.

Hysteroscopy Cost in India starts from US $ 700 and varies depending on the surgical approach, your medical history, surgeon, hospital and the city where you choose to get the surgery done.

Factors that affect Hysteroscopy Cost in India
  • Gynecologist’s Fees

    An important expense when it comes to your Hysteroscopy is going to be your gynecologist’s fees. IndiCure recommends experienced, skilled, board-certified surgeons who are capable of delivering successful surgeries. The charges may vary depending on the experience of the surgeon, popularity, and the approach to treatment.

  • Surgical Facility

    Having your Hysteroscopy in an accredited surgical facility by skilled and qualified medical staff is a critical factor. Moreover, the geographical location of this facility also affects the initial quote. But, IndiCure provides you with a projected estimate that will be affordable.

  • Procedure-Related Expenses

    The procedure-related expenses include the pre- and post-procedure expenses. The pre-procedure expenses are associated with the candidacy and the medical history of the patient. This also includes the routine medical exams and tests to ensure you’re a good fit for the procedure. Post-procedure expenses may include prescription medications and follow-up consultations.

We at IndiCure, understand that you travel with a budget in mind and do not like to be greeted by surprises after arrival in India. We thus club all these expenses and give you the package cost that is inclusive and affordable at the same time.

Your case manager shall give you an estimated cost of your surgery after discussing your medical reports with the surgeon. The final cost, however, shall be confirmed after your consultation with the surgeon.

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Dr. Rama Joshi
MBBS, MD
26+ Years of Experience

Dr. Rama Joshi is a highly skilled and experienced gynecologist currently working as the Director of Gynecology at the Fortis Memorial Research Institute in Gurgaon. She has expertise in treating all types of cancer surgeries involving females, such as uterine cancer therapy and ovarian cancer treatment.

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Dr. Laila Dave
MBBS, MD
34+ Years of Experience

Dr. Laila Dave is a gynecologist with many years of experience. In the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology, she has over 34 years of expertise. She specializes in gynecological issues, pregnancy diseases, obstetrics issues, prenatal checkups, and pregnancy exercise, among other things.

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Dr. Malvika Sabharwal
MBBS, DGO
38+ Years of Experience

Dr. Malvika Sabharwal has 39 years of expertise as a gynecologist and obstetrician. In 2008, the President of India bestowed the fourth-highest civilian award in the Republic of India, the Padma Shri, to her. She has completed almost 50,000 procedures so far.

Best Gynecology Hospitals in India

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Fortis Memorial Research Institute

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Fortis Memorial Research Institute (FMRI), the flagship hospital of Fortis Healthcare, is a multi-specialty, quaternary care hospital and is counted among the best hospitals in India and the world. The hospital is considered as “Mecca of Healthcare” and a referral hospital, not only in the entire Asia Pacific but much beyond.

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Artemis Hospital

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Artemis Health Institute, a premium multi-specialty hospital is a healthcare venture launched by the promoters of the Apollo Tyres Group. Established in 2007, Artemis was the first hospital in Haryana to get NABH accreditation within 3 years of start-up.

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What is Hysteroscopy?

Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows your doctor to examine the inside of your uterus to diagnose and treat irregular bleeding. A hysteroscope, a thin, illuminated tube placed into the vaginal canal to inspect the cervix and the inside of the uterus, is used during hysteroscopy.

Hysteroscopy can be used as a diagnostic tool or as a surgical treatment.

  • Diagnostic hysteroscopy: Diagnostic hysteroscopy is performed to diagnose uterine abnormalities. Other tests, such as hysterosalpingography, are also confirmed by diagnostic hysteroscopy (HSG). The uterus and fallopian tubes are checked with an X-ray dye test called HSG. Diagnostic hysteroscopy is frequently performed as an OPD procedure.Hysteroscopy can also be performed in conjunction with other procedures, such as laparoscopy, or prior to dilation and curettage (D&C). Your doctor will put an endoscope (a thin tube with a fibre optic camera) into your belly to inspect the outside of your uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes during a laparoscopic procedure. An incision is made through or below your navel to implant the endoscope.
  • Operative hysteroscopy During a diagnostic hysteroscopy, an undesirable condition is diagnosed, the operative hysteroscopy is utilized to correct it. If an abnormal condition is discovered during the diagnostic hysteroscopy, a second surgery can be avoided by doing an operative hysteroscopy at the same time. Small instruments intended to fix the problem are put through the hysteroscope during operative hysteroscopy.
When is operative hysteroscopy used?

Hysteroscopy may be used by your doctor to treat the following uterine conditions:

Polyps and fibroids: These non-cancerous growths in the uterus are removed using hysteroscopy.

Uterine adhesions: also known as Asherman’s Syndrome, are scar tissue bands that can form in the uterus, causing alterations in menstrual flow and infertility. Your doctor can use hysteroscopy to find and remove adhesions.

Septums: Hysteroscopy can be used to identify if you have a uterine septum, a uterine malformation (defect) that has been present since birth.

Abnormal Bleeding: Hysteroscopy can assist determine the reason of abnormal bleeding, such as heavy or prolonged menstrual flow, as well as bleeding between periods or after menopause. Endometrial ablation is a technique that involves using a hysteroscope and other equipment to remove the uterine lining in order to address certain types of excessive bleeding.

Benefits of Hysteroscopy:

Hysteroscopy has the following advantages over other, more invasive procedures:

  • A shorter stay in the hospital.
  • Recovery time is reduced.
  • After surgery, there is a reduction in the amount of pain medication required.
  • Hysterectomy is avoided.
  • It’s possible to avoid “open” abdominal surgery.

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When is Hysteroscopy required ?

You may need a hysteroscopy for:

  • Abnormal Pap test results
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Bleeding after menopause
  • Diagnose the cause of infertility or repeated miscarriages
  • Examine and remove uterine scarring, polyps, or fibroids
  • Find and remove displaced IUDs (intrauterine devices)
  • Place small birth control inserts into the fallopian tubes
  • Removal of a small tissue sample (biopsy)
  • Removal of endometrial lining
  • You can’t have a hysteroscopy if you are pregnant.

How is Hysteroscopy done?

Step 1

Anesthesia is administered to the patient. To insert the hysteroscope, your doctor will dilate (widen) your cervix. The hysteroscope is introduced into the uterus through your vaginal and cervix. Through the hysteroscope, carbon dioxide gas or a liquid solution is introduced into the uterus to enlarge it and remove any blood or mucus.

Step 2

Your doctor can then observe your uterus and the openings of the fallopian tubes into the uterine cavity using a light flashed via the hysteroscope. Finally, small instruments are put into the uterus through the hysteroscope if surgery is required.

What is the Recovery after Hysteroscopy like?

The period of recovery will be determined by the purpose of the hysteroscopy. Cramping, minor bleeding or spotting for a day or two, shoulder soreness (if carbon dioxide gas was used), mild nausea, lightheadedness, or dizziness are all possible side effects.

You may need to be monitored for a few hours after your hysteroscopy if regional or general anesthetic was used.

Your doctor may prescribe pain medication to help you recover more quickly. If surgery is involved, your doctor may advise you to take it easy for a day or two before returning to your regular routine. For healing, follow your doctor’s instructions. You should avoid sexual activity for roughly a week after a hysteroscopy that isn’t solely diagnostic. This decreases the risk of infection.

What Results Can I Expect from Hysteroscopy?

Females who receive hysteroscopy treatments for abnormal uterine bleeding are successful in 85.7 percent of the instances. Your doctor or nurse will inform you right away if anything unexpected was discovered during your hysteroscopy, as well as how any therapy went, which is most of the time quite successful.

Questions to Ask

We at IndiCure completely understand your concerns and it is always our endeavor to provide the best outcome for every patient. Following is the list of questions you must ask before you embark on your journey for Hysteroscopy in India.

  • Is it time for Hysteroscopy?
  • Is the surgeon board certified?
  • How experienced is the Surgeon?
  • Which language does the surgeon speak?
  • Is the treatment done in a well-equipped facility?
  • Can you give me any information on outcomes and complication rates?
  • How much pain can I expect, and how will it be managed in the hospital and after I go home?
  • What treatment option is recommended for me?
  • What about the risks involved?
  • Does the surgeon use a certified anesthetist?
  • How long will the recovery period be?

Preparation for the Surgery

Prepare to answer questions about your:

  • Medical history and exams
  • Previous surgeries
  • Current medication review
  • History of smoking, drugs, or alcohol

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hysteroscopy is considered minor surgery and does not usually necessitate an overnight hospital stay. An overnight stay may be necessary in some cases, such as if your doctor is concerned about your reaction to anesthesia.

During a hysteroscopy, some women have no or just minor pain, while others experience significant agony. Tell the doctor or nurse if it makes you feel uneasy. They have the ability to halt the procedure at any point.

Recovery after hysteroscopy is fairly quick. Only 2-3 days are required for recuperation.

For a day or two after the surgery, you may experience cramps and vaginal bleeding. Fever, severe abdominal pain, or excessive vaginal bleeding or discharge should all be reported. Gas in the digestive tract and aches from the gas administered during the treatment are possible side effects. This could persist up to 24 hours.

Hysteroscopy anesthesia can be local, regional, or general:

Local anesthesia numbs only a small portion of the body for a short period of time.

Anesthesia that numbs a greater section of the body for a few hours is known as regional anesthesia.

Anesthesia that numbs the entire body for the duration of the surgery is known as general anesthesia.

The type of anesthesia used depends on whether or not other procedures will be conducted at the same time. You will be told not to eat or drink for a particular length of time before the hysteroscopy if you are receiving general anesthesia.

Hysteroscopy is a procedure that is extremely safe. There is, nevertheless, a minor possibility of issues. The hysteroscope can penetrate the uterus or cervix, causing bleeding or causing extra fluid to build up in your system. Hysteroscopy can very rarely result in life-threatening complications.

A hysteroscopy can be performed under general anesthesia or under local anesthesia. You will be awake if you get a local anesthesia. You will be sleeping if you get a general anesthetic.

D & C (dilatation and curettage) is a technique in which the cervix (the opening of the uterus) is dilated and the uterine lining is scraped away. D& C is usually done to end an incomplete miscarriage by looking for growths.

A hysteroscopy is a technique that allows your doctor to examine and diagnose the inside of your uterus.

For a week before surgery, do not shave or wax any part of your body (legs, bikini, underarms, etc.). Shaving can cause nicks in the skin, increasing the risk of infection. Hair will be removed at the hospital if it is necessary.

These procedures may appear to be identical, but they are actually highly distinct. A hysteroscopy is a diagnostic imaging treatment that allows a clinician to look inside the uterus and diagnose potential health issues. While the Hysterectomy is the procedure to remove the uterus.

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