Detection of the Uterine Abnormalities Missed in an Ultrasound Scan and/or Hysterosalpingography Using Hysteroscopy, in Females Presenting With Unexplained Infertility

Condition:   Infertility, Female Intervention:   Diagnostic Test: office micro hysteroscopy Sponsor:   Beni-Suef University Completed
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Lots of IVF doctors are very trigger happy, and make a diagnosis which is completely inaccurate. For example, they will do an ultrasound scan for a patient on the fifth or sixth day of the cycle and notice at that time that the follicles are small or the endometrium is thin , and then tell her, "Oh, your thin endometrium means that you most probably have endometrial tuberculosis, and you need investigation and treatment for this." This is plainly ridiculous ! On Day 6, most fertile women will have small follicles , because they haven't started growing yet , as a result of which their estrogen levels are goin...
Source: Dr.Malpani's Blog - Category: Reproduction Medicine Tags: IVF diagnosis IVF misdiagnosis IVF overdiagnosis IVF tests Source Type: blogs
Many doctors routinely do a laparoscopy and hysteroscopy for all infertile women.They justify this by saying it's a simple diagnostic procedure, which will allow them to confirm that there is no anatomical problem.They also say it's "minor surgery", which just involves a "small cut" and a few hours stay in a hospital.What they don't tell the patient that there's absolutely no need to do a laparoscopy at all ! Let's not forget that the safest surgery is the one you don't need to do !The truth is that laparoscopy does not provide us with any useful information which we cannot obtain with simpler non-invas...
Source: Dr.Malpani's Blog - Category: Reproduction Medicine Source Type: blogs
Conditions:   Infertility;   Complications; Cesarean SectionInterventions:   Procedure: hysteroscopic repair of cesarean section defect;   Procedure: Diagnostic Hysteroscopy;   Procedure: Ultrasound Scan;   Procedure: IVF CycleSponsor:   Sheba Medical CenterNot yet recruiting - verified February 2015
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