Explanation Of The Hsg Test Results?
I want to ask. The results of my hsg test say erosion (+), discharge (+). What should be the maximum? Explanation please. Tks
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HSG examination (hysterosalfingography) is done to assess the patency of the fallopian tubes (fallopian tubes) and also assess the condition of the uterus, especially in women with fertility problems. In this examination, the doctor will insert a contrast agent into the vagina, then this contrast fluid will fill and fill the uterus, then flow into the left and right fallopian tubes, until finally spilling into the abdominal cavity.
It seems that signs of erosion and discharge (secretions) on the cervix (cervix) from the results of HSG examination may indicate cervical ectopy (cervical ectropion). This condition occurs when gland cells that are supposed to line the inside of the cervical canal spread to the outer surface of the cervix. This condition often causes an increase in cervical secretion production, accompanied by pain and abnormal vaginal bleeding. Cervical ectomy can occur due to many reasons, including congenital consequences, hormonal fluctuations, pregnancy, or side effects of contraceptive use. This condition is actually not always dangerous. However, if deemed necessary, the doctor may also recommend that you undergo special treatment, for example by diathermy (heat therapy), cryocautery (frozen surgery), or also using silver nitrate.
You need to know, HSG examination is included in the supporting examination. Therefore, the interpretation of the results of this examination needs to be confirmed again with the patient's general condition. Therefore, consult directly with your doctor or obstetrician with regard to the results of the examination that you live, including the best treatment you need to do.