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Cambridge Hospital

4 Trumpington Road, Cambridge, CB2 8AF

01223 303336
Hospital information centre 01223 303336
Private GP 01223 850799

Why choose Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital for your hysteroscopy?

At Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital you can get the individual attention you need and deserve through our dedicated women's health clinic. Our expert gynaecology surgeons regularly perform diagnostic hysteroscopy procedures and have built a strong reputation for achieving excellent diagnostic accuracy and consistency.

Our recently opened £30 million hospital boasts exemplary private patient rooms and state-of-the-art medical facilities. Since opening in 2015 our first-class practice of private healthcare as attracted some of the most reputable gynaecologists in Cambridgeshire. Our experienced surgeons have been able to make full use of our equipment, providing women in Cambridge a range of effective treatments.

As a result of our clinical achievements since opening, we have been awarded an "Outstanding" score from our recent Care Quality Commission review which we are all extremely proud of.

How to book your consultation at our hospital in Cambridge

If you are looking to undergo a diagnostic hysteroscopy procedure and want to discuss your treatment options with one of our women's health experts in Cambridge, you will need to book a private consultation via our dedicated hospital enquiry team on 01223 855 785

Alternatively, please fill out a contact form above and we will get back to you at a more convenient time.

What happens during hysteroscopy at Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital?

A hysteroscopy is usually performed as an outpatient procedure under a local anaesthetic. Depending on your own situation a general anaesthetic and an overnight stay may be required. Be sure and discuss what method will be used with your consultant.

A thin, flexible tube with a light at the end (a hysteroscope) is passed through your vagina into your womb. This allows your surgeon to look inside your womb and take tissue samples (biopsies) or remove small growths or fibroids.

After a hysteroscopy in Cambridge

After a hysteroscopy you may have some mild bleeding and period-type pains for a day or so that can be controlled with painkillers. Most women return to normal activities the day following a hysteroscopy.

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