Hysteroscopic Evaluation in Infertile Women with IVF Failure
Keywords:Infertility, Hysteroscopy, IVF failure
OBJECTİVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the hysteroscopic evaluation in infertil women with IVF failure.
STUDY DESIGN: The results of 343 infertil women with IVF failure that were performed hysteroscopy were evaluated.
RESULT: In a total of 343 women 238 (69%) were found to have normal endometrial cavities. In 31% of subjects, a pathology was observed; 72% of these women had endometrial polyps, 17% had uterine septum, 7% had leiomyomas and 4% had intrauterine synechia on hysteroscopic examination.
CONCLUSION: The uterin pathology was observed in %31 of the infertile women. Endometrial polyps were most common uterine pathology in our study. Our recommendation is to plan hysteroscopy in infertil women with IVF failure.
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