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Hysteroscopy (cont.)

Hysteroscopy Post-Procedure

It is normal to experience light vaginal bleeding and some cramping following the procedure. In most cases, a woman may return to normal activities almost immediately. However, if she experiences any of the following, the patient should notify their doctor immediately:

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/15/2015

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