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Pelvic or uterine adhesions

Asherman's syndrome is characterized by the formation of adhesions in the uterine cavity. This scar tissue can cause adhesion between the walls of the uterus, which causes the uterus to become deformed and certain symptoms and gestational difficulties appear.

The main cause of Asherman's syndrome is the performance of a uterine curettage on the woman. However, other gynecological interventions and infections can also cause this syndrome.

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