Hysteroscopy is an invasive method used to examine the uterine cavity. The hysteroscope is a thin telescope consisting of a thin long tube, which is inserted through the vagina and through the cervix into the uterine cavity. Hysteroscopy may provide direct visualization of the inside of the uterus and can diagnose accurately pathologies grow inside the uterine cavity. It is also possible sometimes to diagnose some abnormal findings which can be treated by invasive hysteroscopy without requiring open surgery. Hysteroscopy is a micro-invasive method that can be done under general or local anesthesia. The possible complications of this method is relatively rare and women submitted to this minor surgery are not at any particular risk.