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To analyze the causative factors of Asherman's syndrome, history of curettage (post-partum or for miscarriage) and any uterine surgery was recorded.
3% of patients, no obvious cause for Asherman's syndrome was found.
3%) patients of Asherman's syndrome had moderate adhesions in the first hysteroscopic procedure (Table 2).
All patients with mild Asherman's syndrome had normal menstrual pattern postoperatively.
The maximum rate of conception was seen in mild type of Asherman's syndrome (53.
There was a significant difference in pregnancy rate according to the severity of Asherman's syndrome (Table 6).
In the present study, the reproductive and menstrual outcome of 60 cases of hysteroscopic adhesiolysis for Asherman's syndrome was reported.
9) analyzed endometrial thickness and doppler flows in patients with Asherman's syndrome and found that although there was an improvement in the endometrial thickness but the vascularity did not improve.
Patients who had mild Asherman's syndrome in their initial diagnosis showed higher conception rate as did patients who developed triple line endometrial echoes after adhesiolysis.