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Hysteroscopy is a procedure used to look inside your womb. A gynaecologist passes a camera in a thin tube through your cervix. No cuts are needed and you are usually awake to have it done.

A hysteroscopy is used to investigate abnormal bleeding or periods and sometimes for problems with infertility.

The Canterbury DHB has produced a patient information pamphlet with more information about hysteroscopy.

Written by HealthInfo clinical advisers. Last reviewed April 2019.

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