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Treatment of Asherman’s syndrome
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Treatment of Asherman’s syndrome

The treatment of Asherman's syndrome requires surgical hysteroscopic removal of the adhesions that are affecting the uterine cavity. Subsequently, a Foley catheter, an intrauterine device (IUD), or a gel can be inserted into the uterus to keep the uterus expanded and prevent new adhesions from forming.

In addition, the specialist may prescribe hormonal treatment with estrogens to the patient.

By (gynecologist), (gynecologist), (embryologist), (gynecologist) and (psychologist).
Last Update: 04/05/2022