Obstructed uterus is the most common deformity of the uterus that occurs even before birth, during fetal development itself. This separating septum is a fibrous, muscular band of tissue that can be thick or thin.

Women with an obstructed uterus usually have no problem getting pregnant, but they have an increased risk of spontaneous and repeated sspontaneous miscarriages.

If the woman does not want offspring, it is not necessary to treat this phenomenon.

Uterine septum surgery (partitions in the uterine cavity) is performed hysteroscopically (a camera and instruments are inserted through the cervix) under local or general anesthesia.

The patient is discharged immediately after the intervention.


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