Efficacy of intrauterine lignocaine plus vaginal misoprostol for pain relief in premenopausal women undergoing endometrial aspiration
and ambulatory hysteroscopy.
Before starting treatment, mean ET was 7.41 [+ or -] 2.30, endometrial aspiration
revealed proliferative endometrium in 63.26%, secretory endometrium was in 26.53%, simple hyperplasia without atypia was seen in 6.12% and menstrual phase in 4.08%.
Indications for endometrial aspiration
include new onset of unexplained excessive bleeding; spotting or bleeding between menstrual periods; age >35 years; PCOS, anovulatory cycles or other risk factors; or a family history of hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal carcinoma.
Endometrial aspiration of is a safe simple and reliable technique without any complications.
In patients of AUB above 30 years presenting with anovulation endometrial aspiration is indicated because of risk of hyperplasia and neoplasia.
Under analgesia, endometrial aspiration was performed by using disposable IPAS[TM] cannula no.
Khare et al studied 187 patients by endometrial aspiration. 67% of the cases were in reproductive age group.
Endometrial aspiration was found to be easy and safe office procedure good with patient compliance.