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What are Intrauterine Adhesions (Synechiae)?

Description of the disease

Intrauterine adhesions, or synechiae, are the formation of scar tissue inside the uterus. They can occur as a result of various inflammatory processes or traumas in the uterine area.


  • Intrauterine adhesions can have different degrees of severity, from mild to severe.


  • Inability to conceive
  • Menstrual cycle disturbances
  • Lower abdominal pain


The main causes of intrauterine adhesions are inflammatory processes or traumas in the uterine area, they can also occur after medical procedures such as curettage.


Diagnosis is carried out using ultrasound examination, hysteroscopy, and hysterosalpingography.


Treatment may include physiotherapy, surgical intervention to remove adhesions, as well as hormonal therapy.


Prevention includes timely and proper treatment of inflammatory processes, as well as caution in performing medical procedures in the uterine area.


The doctor who deals with the diagnosis and treatment of intrauterine adhesions is a gynecologist-endocrinologist.

Note: This material is provided solely for informational purposes and is not medical advice.