Persistent bleeding disorders in the premenopause and wish for preservation of the uterus.
- Current or planned future pregnancy.
- Endometrial hyperplasia or malignancy.
- Current pelvic infections.
- Perforation or other hysteroscopy complications.
- Early discharge.
- Postoperative instructions.
- Follow-up in 1 week.
- Suggest contraception, since a subsequent pregnancy may have serious complications.
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