A recent study found a high prevalence of abnormalities in the modified sonohysterogram (SHG) in African women with female factor infertility. The findings indicated a link between saline contrast hysterography and reduced fertility. The findings support the use of SHG to diagnose infertility. However, the method’s utility is unclear.
In the study, nine consecutive women with recurrent obstetric bleeding or uterine malformation were screened using SIS. Compared to other tests, SIS significantly reduced the pregnancy rate in these women. In addition, SIS may be useful in evaluating the uterine cavity in women with abnormal bleeding. In the infertility workup, it may also be useful in detecting underlying uterine problems.
The study included 1,964 consecutive women who had undergone a sonohysterogram. The study also looked at the reasons for failed sonohysterograms. Patients in the infertility group had higher rates of uterine abnormalities than those in the AUB group. In addition, if the hysterogram was not successful, women with the male infertility had lower rates of infertility than in the women with infertility.
The current study focused on the role of SIS in the evaluation of infertile women. In a recent clinical trial, SIS was compared to the standard HSG. The SIS results were comparable to those of the AUB, a more commonly used diagnostic procedure. The findings of SIS were consistent with those of HSG. This study may also be helpful in evaluating patients with suspected infertility.
Sonohysterograms have a high sensitivity and negative predictive value. A modified sonohysterogram is highly accurate and can predict infertility in women with various pathologies. A transvaginal ultrasound is not a reliable diagnostic test in women with infertility. It should be performed by a physician. A woman must be in a position to undergo ultrasound.
A normal precatheterization sonohysterogram shows the presence of an endometrial tissue thickness of the thickest bilayer. This is an indication of a healthy uterus. Infertile women should be able to have children without complications. A pregnancy that is possible with a healthy sonohysterogram is a sign of a healthy relationship.
Modified sonohysterography is an alternative to HSG for infertility diagnosis. This diagnostic tool can be used to determine tubal patency, uterine pathology, and endometrial infertility. It can be used for long-term infertility as well as an initial workup for infertile women. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, you should seek medical advice as soon as possible.
A modified sonohysterogram is a noninvasive procedure that uses ultrasound to visualize the endometrial cavity. The transducer is covered by a latex sheath to prevent any risk of infection. The sonohysterogram can detect polyps and evaluate the tubal patency. If it is negative, it is a good indication for a pregnancy test.
A modified sonohysterogram has been shown to have excellent predictive value in female factor infertility. Its high yield is particularly beneficial for women who are infertile or have undergone a surgical procedure to prevent miscarriage. Despite its high yield, this test is not a substitute for a regular ultrasound. In some cases, a sonohysterogram may even lead to the diagnosis of an infertility disorder.
A modified sonohysterogram has been shown to improve fertility. Infertile women with poor or low-quality eggs are more likely to conceive if they have a higher-quality egg. The use of a modified sonohysterogram has been used in the past decade to evaluate the quality of a woman’s eggs. Aside from the high-quality eggs, it has also been shown to increase the chances of conceiving a baby.
A modified sonohysterogram is the preferred diagnostic method for female factor infertility. It allows the healthcare provider to view the uterus, ovaries, and uterine lining through a small opening in the vagina. A high-quality image is necessary to diagnose a condition and ensure fertility. The patient should undergo the recommended procedure for female factor infertility.