Asherman's Syndrome (AS) is the formation of scar tissue inside the uterus or cervix which develops mostly after uterine surgery. Symptoms can include few or no periods. Some women experience no bleeding when their period is due which can be results from blockage by scar tissue. Hysteroscopy considered to be the best diagnosis for Asherman’s Syndrome.
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