Гінекологія Gynecology
Consultation of a gynecologist
700 UAH
Pregnancy management I trimester
10 490 UAH
Follow-up consultation of a gynecologist
500 UAH
Pregnancy management II trimester
6 830 UAH
Consultation of a gynecologist in English
1 000 UAH
Pregnancy management III trimester
6 530 UAH
Follow-up consultation of a gynecologist in English
900 UAH
Pregnancy management I+II+III trimester
23 850 UAH
Online consultation of a gynecologist
400 UAH
Online consultation of a gynecologist in English
600 UAH
Consultation of a gynecologist - endocrinologist
1 000 UAH
Consultation of a gynecologist - endocrinologist in English
1 300 UAH
Online consultation of a gynecologist - endocrinologist
600 UAH
Online consultation of a gynecologist-endocrinologist in English
900 UAH
Gynecological procedures (tampones, irrigation) №1
300 UAH
350 UAH
Material collection procedure from urogenital tract (gynecology)
150 UAH
Application of ointments/solutions on vulva or cervix (without cost of medications)
300 UAH
Cervical cryodestruction
1 500 UAH
Radiowave coagulation of the cervix
2 800 UAH
An intrauterine device (IUD) removal
900 UAH
An intrauterine device (IUD) insertion
900 UAH
Injection into the cervix (without cost of medications)
300 UAH
An intrauterine device (IUD) removal with curettage of uterus
1 700 UAH
Medication-induced abortion №1 (consultation of a gynecologist twice, pelvic ultrasound twice, laboratory tests, medication)
6 800 UAH
Termination of pregnancy by vacuum aspiration under anaesthesia
8 000 UAH
Surgical termination of pregnancy with anesthesia
9 500 UAH
Separate diagnostic scraping
3 000 UAH
Surgical treatment of bartholinitis (abscess dissection)
2 300 UAH
Cryodestruction of condylomas (gynecological, one zone)
1 000 UAH
Radiowave removal of condylomas (gynecological, one zone)
1 000 UAH
Laser removal of condylomas (gynecological, one zone)
1 000 UAH
Conisation of the cervix
2 500 UAH
Surgical plasty of labia
6 900 UAH
Laser plasty of labia
12 700 UAH
Correction of the shape of the genitals with fillers for 1 zone
4 800 UAH
Transabdominal ultrasound of small pelvis
580 UAH
Transvaginal/transrectal ultrasound of small pelvis
580 UAH
Гінекологія Gynecological surgery
Hysteroscopy of the uterine cavity
4 525 UAH
Excision of the intrauterine septum during hysteroscopy
6 430 UAH
Polypectomy, diagnostic curettage of the walls of the uterine cavity and cervical canal
4 770 UAH
Removal of the fibromatous node with curettage of the walls of the uterine cavity
6 670 UAH
Surgical defloration (dissection of the hymen)
3 340 UAH
Removal of a foreign body from the vagina
1 075 UAH
Radio wave removal of benign neoplasms (polyps) of the cervix
4 525 UAH
Radio wave removal of a cyst of the cervix
5 480 UAH
Bougienage of the cervical canal
2 145 UAH
Separation of the synechiae of the labia minora
2 145 UAH
Diagnostic puncture of the posterior fornix of the vagina
3 100 UAH
Removal of the myomatous node during hysteroscopy of the 1st category of complexity
6 905 UAH
Removal of the myomatous node during hysteroscopy of the 2nd category of complexity
8 575 UAH
Ablation of the endometrium during hysteroscopy
8 575 UAH
Marsupialization of a Bartholin gland cyst
7 620 UAH
Plastic surgery of the anterior and posterior walls of the vagina
23 810 UAH
Plastic surgery of the anterior wall of the vagina
14 290 UAH
Plastic surgery of the posterior wall of the vagina
14 290 UAH
Perineal plasty (superficial defects, correction of postoperative scars, failed sutures after episiotomy)
9 525 UAH
Hymenoplasty (restoration of the hymen)
7 385 UAH
Removal of a polyp of the cervical canal during hysteroscopy
4 765 UAH
Removal of an endometrial polyp during hysteroscopy
4 765 UAH
Biopsy of the endometrium aspiration/pipel, classic
960 UAH
Plasmolifting (PRP-therapy) in gynecology (1 procedure)
1 310 UAH
Removal of stitches from the cervix
480 UAH
Transvaginal puncture of the ovarian cyst - under ultrasound control
2 860 UAH
Hysteroscopy with resectoscopy 1st category of complexity
5 715 UAH
Hysteroscopy with resectoscopy 2nd category of complexity
8 100 UAH
Hysteroscopy with resectoscopy 3rd category of complexity
10 715 UAH
Vaginal extirpation of the uterus without appendages
21 430 UAH
Vaginal extirpation of the uterus with appendages
28 580 UAH
Vaginal myomectomy (up to 2 knots)
17 860 UAH
Vaginal myomectomy (up to 5 knots)
21 430 UAH
Vaginal myomectomy (more than 5 knots)
26 195 UAH
Supravaginal amputation of the uterus without appendages
23 810 UAH
Supravaginal amputation of the uterus with appendages
28 575 UAH
medical support for operational support of medical consultation in surgical treatment in gynecology
340 UAH
medical support of operational support of the 1st category
1 350 UAH
medical support of operational support of the 2nd category
2 700 UAH
medical support of operational support of the 3rd category
5 600 UAH

Hysteroscopy is a medical or diagnostic procedure that is performed inside the uterus endoscopically minimally invasively - with minimal intervention. It is carried out with the help of a special thin optical device - a hysteroscope. With hysteroscopy, important diagnostic and therapeutic operations can be performed without pain and unnecessary incisions. Read more for all the details.

Why is the procedure prescribed?

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is not a mandatory procedure for everyone. It is performed only on a doctor's prescription for certain complaints and conditions. Also, the type of procedure depends on the situation: there is a diagnostic hysteroscopy and a therapeutic hysteroresectoscopy.

Diagnostic hysteroscopy is a way to detect pathologies inside the uterus. In some cases, it allows you to see a clearer picture than on a regular ultrasound.

Medical (surgical) hysteroresectoscopy is required to eliminate the diagnosed pathology with minimal intervention.

In some cases, both procedures can be combined.

Who needs a hysteroscopy?

As mentioned above, this is not a mandatory study, it is done only by appointment. But in what cases can a hysteroscopy be prescribed?

  • Suspicion of oncological disease.
  • Intrauterine bleeding, in which ultrasound of the small pelvis is unable to detect the cause.
  • Suspicion of infertility due to pathology of the uterus.
  • Unterm pregnancy.
  • Serious violations of the menstrual cycle.
  • Bleeding after menopause.
  • Suspicion of a number of diseases in women: for example, Asherman's syndrome, hyperplasia.
  • Congenital anomalies and problems with the development of the uterus.

This accurate type of diagnosis will allow you to notice the problem in time and prescribe effective treatment as early as possible.

And what are the indications for hysteroresectoscopy?

  • Removal of benign formations (polyps, fibroids).
  • Different consequences of abortion - remnants of the fetal egg, synechia (tissue adhesion).
  • Perforation of the walls of the uterus.
  • Endometrial hyperplasia.
  • Adenomyosis.
  • And other diseases and pathologies inside the uterus that require minor intervention.

If you need a hysteroscopy, your gynecologist will certainly answer all the questions you may have during the appointment of the procedure. And we move on.

How to prepare for hysteroscopy? How long does it last?

The procedure should preferably be performed when your endometrium is as thin as possible. That is, 9-11 days after the end of menstruation. You will stay in the hospital for no more than three hours, and the operation itself will take about 10-15 minutes. Before the start, intravenous anesthesia is administered, or another one that is best for the patient. In some cases, analgesia is not used for diagnostic hysteroscopy. Next, the doctor will disinfect the external genitalia, vagina and cervix, expand the cervical canal using special dilators and insert a hysteroscope. To improve the view of the uterine cavity, liquid or gas is injected into it, and a special video camera is also used, which displays an enlarged image on the screen. Next, all the necessary manipulations are carried out, and at the end, the gas or liquid is pumped out.

Before performing a hysteroscopy, the doctor will prescribe a number of additional examinations. They are determined individually, but most often they are:

  • ECG with a therapist's consultation;
  • general blood test;
  • biochemical blood analysis;
  • cytological examination of a smear from the surface of the cervix and cervical canal;
  • tests for hepatitis, HIV antibodies, rhesus factor, group and blood sugar.

You need to come to the procedure with the results of the prescribed tests (at the Universum clinic, we will pass them on to the doctor who will perform the operation). A few days before the examination/operation, it is advisable to give up nicotine, alcohol and heavy food. Hysteroscopy is performed on an empty stomach, so refrain from eating at least six hours in advance. We also recommend taking a shower and removing pubic hair.

Rehabilitation after hysteroscopy

Our doctors have been performing hysteroscopy in Kyiv for many years, so the patients do not have pronounced unpleasant sensations after the procedure. Modern equipment, individual approach and many years of experience are what our clinic offers. You will be able to return home immediately after the anesthesia wears off. However, in order to feel good and not harm your body, you will have to follow some recommendations for a few more weeks.

For 2-3 weeks, refuse to visit the sauna and open water. Do not take a bath - prefer a shower. Take care of physical activity - it should not be excessive. Drink enough water, avoid spicy, salty and heavy food.

You will receive other individual recommendations from your doctor. And at Universum clinic, you can count on the best service from friendly employees and professional help from qualified doctors. We care about your excellent well-being!



F. A. Q.
What is done during hysteroscopy?

During hysteroscopy, a thin instrument (endoscope) is used to examine the uterine cavity and neoplasms, which can be detected during other examinations and require an accurate diagnosis.

How is the hysteroscopy procedure performed?

Depending on the type of procedure and the volume of surgical intervention, the method of anesthesia is determined. Either it is local / paracervical anesthesia or intravenous. After anesthesia, the patient is treated with an operating field, the cervix with antiseptic agents, gynecological mirrors and instruments are introduced to expand the cervical canal so that it is possible to enter the uterine cavity with a hysteroscope tube. Thanks to the camera contained in the hysteroscope, the doctor examines the uterine cavity on the screen. And only then, either an examination of the uterine cavity is performed or an additional material (biopsy) is taken - the endometrium or neoplasms.

When is hysteroscopy performed?

This procedure is best performed in the first phase of the menstrual cycle, that is, on days from 5 to 10, depending on the length of your menstrual cycle, because the endometrium is thinner and allows for a diagnostic procedure.
Indications for this procedure are a polyp of the body of the uterus, endometrial hyperplasia, submucosal uterine fibroids of small sizes, foreign bodies in the uterus, synechia, removal of the fetal egg and remnants of placental tissue.


What can not be done before hysteroscopy?

It is necessary to reduce or eliminate physical activity, alcohol consumption a few days before this type of minimally invasive intervention.

What is the difference between hysteroscopy and hysteroresectoscopy?

Hysteroscopy is a technique that allows only to examine the uterine cavity with the help of an endoscope, and hysteroresectoscopy is a surgical method in which additional sampling (biopsy) of the studied material or removal of the pathological process in the uterine cavity is performed.

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