Merritt King, III, MD
McLeod OB/GYN Seacoast – Little River
10 JULY 2017
When your Gynecologist needs to look at your uterus, they are likely using a long, thin tube smaller than a straw to look for polyps or treat other problems in your uterus.
“Hysteroscopy enables us to look at the cervix, the openings of the fallopian tubes and inside the uterus,” says Merritt King, III, MD. “It’s a great diagnostic tool and can be used to treat a wide range of health issues.”
A hysteroscopy can be done in a physician office or at the hospital.