Hysteroscopy is a simple and minimally invasive procedure that can diagnose or/and treat female uterine disorders. This diagnostic treatment method is usually performed under general anesthesia, during which the doctor inserts a hysteroscope (a thin tube with a small camera) into the vagina to examine the possible disorders of the cervix, vagina, and uterus.
HCG is one of the important hormones in female body that is naturally secreted in the pituitary gland. HCG levels, like the reproductive hormones estrogen and progesterone, change during pregnancy. Since the placenta usually produces HCG, it can stimulate ovulation and increase the chance of pregnancy.