Uterine Septum Treatment
A uterine septum is a thin fibrous band that extends part or full way down the uterine cavity and can increase the risk of miscarriage. It is best managed by hysteroscopic septoplasty.
A hysteroscope enables visualisation of the uterine cavity, and the septum. A special ‘hot wand’ called a versapoint cuts through the septum and opens up the cavity. This procedure is known to reduce the chances of miscarriage.