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I have been suffering very painful periods for the last 5yrs

hi i am 22yr of age. i have been suffering very painful periods for the last 5yrs. i have had ultrasound examination wich has resulted in my consultant informing that i have a subseptate uterus . i am waiting for a laparoscopy perceedure on the 16 may to identify if i have endermeitrosis. my concern is that my consultant has said they will not treat my subseptate issue until i decide to try get pregnant. im worndering whether to ask for referral to have a hysteroscopy and thus hopefully avoid possibility of future possible miscarriage . please can you give me some advice.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Jan 2011
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You can ask for a hysteroscopy as it is comparatively safer procedure and your condition can also be treated by hysteroscopy.If you are not planning for any pregnancy till may then you can wait and see the results of laparoscopy.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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