Hysteroscopy is a method of examining the uterine cavity, which allows the doctor to view the uterine cavity under visual control and perform minor surgical manipulations. The procedure lasts 15-30 minutes and is performed under general anesthesia. The most common complaints in the postoperative period are mild pulling pains in the lower abdomen or slight bleeding in the first days after surgery. Usually, no additional therapy is required in the postoperative period, and there is no limited ability to work the day after the procedure.