Hysteroscopy at the New Life Clinic

Hysteroscopy has become an integral part of modern gynecology, providing doctors with valuable tools for diagnosing and treating various diseases of the uterus, as well as increasing the effectiveness of medical interventions in women’s health.

Hysteroscopy: what is it?

Hysteroscopy is a modern minimally invasive endoscopic gynecological examination, which is used to examine the inner surface of the uterus: the endometrium, the mucous membrane of the cervical canal and the tubal angles. A thin and flexible instrument with a video camera at the end (hysteroscope), which is inserted through the vagina and cervix, allows real-time assessment of changes in the endometrium and diagnosis of nodes, polyps and adhesions.

Indications for hysteroscopy:

  • pain during menstruation, dysmenorrhea;
  • amenorrhea, absence of menstrual flow;
  • long and painful menstruation with prolonged spotting;
  • painful sensations during sexual intercourse;
  • infertility and miscarriage;
  • early menopause and bleeding during menopause.

The advantages of diagnostic hysteroscopy include diagnostic accuracy, minimal impact on the patient’s body, and the ability to perform additional procedures in the same session. The doctor can prescribe a hysteroscopic examination after diagnosis and initial examination of the patient if there are symptoms and suspicions of a disease that requires a more complete diagnosis.

There are two main types of hysteroscopy: diagnostic and operative.

Office hysteroscopy (diagnostic)

Diagnostic (office) hysteroscopy is aimed at visual examination of the inner surface of the uterus using a hysteroscope. This type of hysteroscopy is designed to diagnose various conditions of the uterus and is an important tool in gynecology, which allows doctors to assess the condition of the uterus, identify the causes of menstrual irregularities and infertility. Hysteroscopic examination is one of the innovative methods that allows you to determine the causes of miscarriage and lack of fertilization. Diagnostics makes it possible to identify disorders that complicate embryo implantation and eliminate them with minimal intervention.
Diagnostic hysteroscopy is recommended for various symptoms and conditions:

  1. irregular menstruation,
  2. infertility,
  3. pain in the lower abdomen, uterine abnormalities,
  4. evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment in case of previously identified pathologies.

Hysteroresectoscopy (operative hysteroscopy)

Hysteroresectoscopy is a surgical procedure that uses a hysteroscope to perform resection or removal of tissue from inside the uterus. This technique is widely used to treat various uterine pathologies:

  1. removal of endometrial polyps,
  2. removal of fibromatous nodes,
  3. removal of uterine fibroids, adhesions of the uterine cavity septa
  4. elimination of other pathologies.

Hysteroscopy in Kyiv at the New Life clinic is performed under general anesthesia using modern anesthesia. Benefits include precise and efficient removal of pathologies, minimal trauma, and rapid recovery from the procedure. Modern techniques make it possible to minimize any risks and adverse consequences. In turn, the many years of experience of our specialists greatly increases the likelihood of the expected result.

Removal of a polyp in the uterus

Removing a polyp in the uterus using hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that often avoids more complex surgical procedures. This is an effective treatment method aimed at improving women’s reproductive health.
Removal of a polyp in the uterus is often performed using hysteroscopy and sometimes hysteroresectoscopy, depending on the size and nature of the polyp.

  • If the polyp is small, it can be removed immediately as part of diagnostic hysteroscopy. To do this, use an instrument inserted through the hysteroscope channel, for example, forceps or a magnifying glass.
  • If the polyp is large or more extensive intervention is required, hysteroresectoscopy may be used. In this case, an electrical instrument (a snare or an electrosurgical knife) is used to remove the polyp tissue.

After the procedure, the patient may be prescribed rest and warned against physical activity for a while. The doctor may also recommend anti-inflammatory medications and monitor for possible symptoms, such as bleeding or pain.

Preparation for hysteroscopy

Hysteroscopy is usually performed during the first week after the end of menstruation (7-10 days after the start of menstruation), when the endometrium is at its thinnest and has the best visibility. However, if necessary, the procedure can be performed on any day of the menstrual cycle.

The patient may require some preliminary preparation, including hygiene procedures and possibly taking a drug to dilate the cervix, which will facilitate insertion of the hysteroscope.

Hysteroscopy at the New Life Clinic


Before performing hysteroscopy, New Life gynecologists conduct an initial examination and conversation with the patient to identify possible contraindications. During the procedure, the image of the hysteroscope is transmitted to the monitor, which allows the doctor to instantly identify and analyze detected pathologies.


Hysteroscopy plays a key role in identifying and diagnosing various diseases of the uterus, which allows doctors at the New Life Clinic to develop optimal treatment strategies and provide a high level of care for women's health.


After hysteroscopy, detailed monitoring will be carried out to diagnose the patient's condition. At the New Life clinic, during the recovery period it is possible to stay in a hospital and receive medical support. If necessary, repeat consultations with gynecologists.
Gynecological direction
Doctor: Anatoly Shkuta

The main advantages of our clinic

The examination is carried out using modern equipment
Specialists with extensive and work experience
Many diseases can be cured with minimally invasive surgery
Modern equipment and highly qualified doctors allow us to find solutions even in difficult cases
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    Doctor Volodymyr Rudyuk Volodymyr Rudyuk
    Work experience: 14 years
    Doctor Igor Grynda Igor Grynda
    Work experience: 19 years
    Doctor Lyudmila Shpura Lyudmila Shpura
    Work experience: 10 years
    Doctor Yulia Govoruha Yulia Govoruha
    Work experience: 8 years
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    The language, style and spelling of the authors are preserved

    Добрый день. Хочу поблагодарить Гринду Игоря Евгеньевича. Очень внимательный врач и специалист своего дела. Я лечила бесплодие 10 лет и ничего не помогало. Только после того, как в клинике “Нью лайф” Игорь Евгениевич сделал мне лапароскопию я наконец увидела долгожданные две полоски. Операция была сложной, но прошла успешно. Я точно не ошиблась с выбором лечащего врача.


    Здравствуйте! Выражаю огромную благодарность за проведенную операцию Грынде Игорю и всему персоналу. А также анастезиологу Петровичу за очень комфортный наркоз))) Рада, что попала именно в вашу клинику.


    Hysteroscopy: cost of the procedure

    New Life
    Initial consultation with an obstetrician-gynecologist (surgeon)
    UAH 900
    Repeated consultation with an obstetrician-gynecologist (surgeon)
    UAH 800
    Repeated gynecological checkup
    UAH 350
    Diagnostic hysteroscopy I category of complexity
    from UAH 7,700
    Hysteroscopy category II (polypectomy, removal of synechiae of the uterine cavity; electrocautery of endometriosis foci)
    from UAH 9,600
    Hysteroscopy category III (removal of submucosal myomatous nodes, resection of the septum of the uterine cavity)
    from UAH 12,700