Posted by: Anon | 2007/02/10

HSG Results

Went for HSG. tube fundtion is normal. But noted the following under comments: " underlying uterine hypoplasia and/or post-inflamotry dysplasia should be considered."

Should I be concerned?

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Dear Anon

The terminology used e.g. Hypoplasia and dysplasia are not diagnostic terminology. Perhaps what is meant by uterine hypoplasia is an underdeveloped or infantile uterus. Also the post inflammatory dysplasia may well be meant some form of adhesions (Ashermans syndrome). Hypoplasia or hyperplasia as well as dysplasia are all microscopic diagnostic terms and not x-ray terminology.

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Posted by: Anon2 | 2007/02/11

Have you had a history of multiple terminations or pelvc inflammatory diseases (PID)? sometimes they can account for the changes to the myometrium/endometrium that is suggested. when was your last PAP smear?

P.S. the most succesful time to fall pregnant (all else aside)is in the days following a HSG. Used to suggest that patients should "practice heavily" the week after.

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