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Hysteroscopy

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What was your experience undergoing a hysteroscopy? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: Fitness gal, 45-54 Female (Patient) Published: July 10

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Comment from: Foxyfaye501, 75 or over Female (Patient) Published: June 15

I had a very painful hysteroscopy procedure even though the doctor said I would be all mellowed out from medicines. I took Motrin and 1 mg Ativan the night before and also put 3 pills up the vaginal area to open cervix. About 30 minutes before the procedure I took another Ativan and Dilaudid for pain. I had 3 painful episodes that were just awful. As I had endometrial biopsy twice before for thickened uterus I did expect some pain. I was diagnosed with a polyp; have generalized anxiety condition and mitral valve. I was ok after procedure and bled only slightly, but 2 days later I am suffering with migraine and toothache that finally went away with Aleve. Now I have nausea and flu like symptoms. As a post-menopausal woman over 75 I wonder if I should be on some kind of antibiotics. I just hope I feel better tomorrow; I am taking Pepcid, etc.

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