Uterine cavity examination or outpatient hysteroscopy without anaesthesia.

During outpatient hysteroscopy, the gynaecologist can examine the patient’s uterus from the inside. Therefore, this examination is used to specify the diagnosis and to determine gynaecological abnormalities. Outpatient hysteroscopy allows to remove intrauterine contraceptives or coils. If required, the gynaecologist can take a tissue sample from the uterine cavity during the examination, the sample will always be sent for a histopathological examination. The examination will not be performed during menstruation. The need for the examination shall be determined by a gynaecologist, a referral is required. After the examination, the patient shall be allowed to go home.