Sonohysterography is a technique used to assist with diagnosing unexplained vaginal bleeding or to assess abnormalities of the uterus and endometrium.

Similar to a transvaginal ultrasound, Sonohysterography involves the insertion of a thin transducer into the vagina

In conjunction with a transvaginal ultrasound, a catheter is inserted into the cervix and a small amount of sterile saline is injected into the cavity of the uterus. The saline infusion will expand your uterine cavity which provides us with an excellent contrast to the lining and therefore a good visualisation of uterine and endometrial pathology.