Hysteroscopy service

Fast, low-cost treatment abroad

Our express hysteroscopy service arranges treatment abroad at a fraction of the cost of most gynaecology clinics. And you enjoy a pleasant city break at the same time!

We arrange affordable hysteroscopies for patients located across the world. Whether you need a polypectomy (uterine polyp removal), a myomectomy (uterine fibroid removal), endometrial ablation or uterine scar tissue surgery, we’ll coordinate your treatment and trip. Our Czech clinic partner has state-of the-art equipment and unrivalled expertise.

Forget those long waiting lists or sky-high prices for a private hysteroscopy. Your short hysteroscopy trip (typically one to two days) can be arranged fast. Even factoring in flights and accommodation, your total outlay should still be half the cost of most private hysteroscopy clinics. And you’ll enjoy a relaxing break while you’re there.

Need a hysteroscopy fast? Our super-quick service ensures fast-track treatment at our renowned EU clinic. 

A hysteroscopy is a procedure that checks the health of your uterus and cervix, treating any problems surgically if necessary. It’s minimally invasive. A thin tube with camera attached is passed through your vagina into your uterus. A polypectomy, or endometrial polyp removal, is the most common form of operative hysteroscopy. Cervical polyp removal is also possible. Most problematic fibroids can also be removed quickly and easily (myomectomy).

Abnormal bleeding can be investigated under a hysteroscopy. In fact, bleeding is often the trigger for a diagnostic hysteroscopy. Endometrial ablation can also be performed, where some of the endometrial lining is treated to stop the bleeding. Endometrial adhesions, or Asherman’s syndrome, are bands of scar tissue that can also be treated during a hysteroscopy. 

For fertility patients, a hysteroscopy is helpful in diagnosing issues that may affect fertility or cause repeated miscarriages. A hysteroscopy is also a good way to remove an intrauterine device. Placental tissue that has remained in the uterus after birth can also be collected in a hysteroscopy. 

Shot of a clinical fertility lab in europe. Used for hysteroscopy treatment and other ivf fertility treatments

In summary...

A hysteroscopy is a relatively simple procedure that causes minimal discomfort. It’s effective in locating and treating a range of uterine conditions – the most common of which are uterine polyps and fibroids.

How we can help

Our agency expertly manages your treatment and travel arrangements, working closely with a top Czech clinic for over 10 years. We have assisted more than 1,000 patients globally, arranging hysteroscopy treatments, flights, and accommodations, including discounts at local hotels. Our comprehensive 30-page travel guide and post-treatment aftercare ensure a stress-free experience at an affordable price.

Booking your trip

If your doctor has recommended a hysteroscopy, whether diagnostic or operative, please contact us. We’ll email you our medical questionnaire and offer you the first available slot for your hysteroscopy procedure.

A trip to our Czech clinic is usually one or two days. The procedure is performed in the first half of your menstrual cycle.   

Planning the day

Most hysteroscopies can be carried out under local anaesthesia. So if your hysteroscopy is diagnostic only and under local anaesthesia, you can fly home the same day. If you’d prefer general anaesthesia, your trip will be two days. If you’re over 40, a more in-depth pre-op assessment is needed the day before.

Your procedure

You’ll have a detailed consultation with the doctor in the morning around 11am. Hysteroscopy patients having general anaesthesia are treated first.

Patients under local anaesthesia are usually treated in the early afternoon. You’ll be able to leave the clinic by mid-afternoon and relax for the rest of the day.  

Your hysteroscopy abroad – how we help you

Our agency efficiently coordinates your treatment and trip, liaising closely with the clinic throughout the process. As the clinic’s trusted agency for over 10 years, we’ve helped over 1,500 patients, from countries across the world.

As well as scheduling your hysteroscopy treatment, we explain flight and accommodation options. We’ve arranged discounts at a number of local hotels. Our 30-page travel guide provides all the information you’ll need for your short trip to the Czech Republic. And our post-hysteroscopy aftercare service ensures all your questions are answered once you return home.

For a stress-free hysteroscopy at an affordable price, look no further. With our superb Czech clinic partner, we are ready to help you.

Let’s get started

Let’s plan your treatment together.
We’ll support you every step of the way.

Telephone: +44 (0)115 822 0325

Hysteroscopy Summary

Our Support

Full Treatment Coordination 

Personalised Care and Advice 

Express Booking

Meticulous Communication 

International Patients Accepted  


Outstanding Gynaecological Care

Short Waiting Times

Same Day Service (For Most) 

State-Of-The-Art Facilities 

Most Uterine Conditions Treated 


All Paperwork Prepared

Airport Pickup Service

Hotel Discounts 

30-Page Travel & Relaxation Guide

Comprehensive Aftercare  

Your questions answered

Very! The cost of a diagnostic hysteroscopy at our clinic is just 545 euros. An operative hysteroscopy is 790 euros. This is up to 75% cheaper than most private hysteroscopies. Even factoring in flight and accommodation costs for your short trip, your total outlay could be 50% less than paying for a hysteroscopy procedure locally.

The shortest stay possible is one day, if you have a diagnostic hysteroscopy without general anaesthesia. Otherwise, it’s a two-day trip in most other cases.

Our partner clinic, Reprofit International, is the most established fertility clinic in the Czech Republic. Its new gynaecological facilities are state-of-the-art, catering for the rise in demand, locally and internationally, for quick and affordable hysteroscopy procedures.

Our company, Your IVF Journey, has been the exclusive UK agency for the clinic since 2013. We’ve helped over 1,500 patients since we started. 

Yes, of course. While the majority of our patients are from the UK, we also help patients across the world, including the USA, Canada, Australia, the Middle East, Asia, and other EU countries.

A diagnostic hysteroscopy looks for structural issues in your uterus that may be the cause of abnormal bleeding. If you’ve had an ultrasound scan and a uterine problem is seen, a diagnostic hysteroscopy can confirm the findings. Not all uterine issues cause bleeding. Fibroids and polyps often have no symptoms.

An operative hysteroscopy treats any conditions that are identified in a diagnostic hysteroscopy, or a previous scan. Using the in-built camera and a special surgical tool, an operative hysteroscopy can remove uterine polyps, uterine fibroids, and endometrial scar tissue (known as Asherman’s syndrome). Other small procedures, such as the removal of an intrauterine device, can also be carried out. A biopsy can be taken if medically needed.   

Yes, endometrial polyp removal is the most common hysteroscopy procedure. Also known as a polypectomy, most troublesome uterine polyps can be easily removed in a hysteroscopy. Smaller endometrial polyps may not need surgery. The clinic will advise.

Yes, a hysteroscopy can fix problematic fibroids in a procedure called a myomectomy. Not all uterine fibroids need surgery. The clinic will advise if uterine fibroid removal is needed in your case. Often, only fibroids encroaching the uterine cavity need surgery, as they can affect embryonic implantation and gestation. But there may be other reasons for uterine fibroid treatments.     

Once you’ve been medically reviewed, we can start planning your treatment and trip. Hysteroscopies take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and we time your hysteroscopy to take place second week of your menstrual cycle.

We recommend hotels in our travel guide, and we’ve arranged exclusive discounts for our agency patients.

Yes, of course. We stay in touch with you after your hysteroscopy procedure, wherever you are in the world. If you have any medical questions before or after your trip, you can ask us.

No, our express hysteroscopy service is for all patients who need one. While fertility patients occasionally need one before IVF treatment, many more non-fertility patients need a hysteroscopy to confirm or rule out a uterine problem.

Please contact us via the details at the bottom of this page. Yoo can also contact us via our contact page

Hysteroscopy Costs

Diagnostic hysteroscopy: €545 (euros)
Operative hysteroscopy: €790 (euros)

Price includes all your consultations, treatment and medical care at the clinic, anaesthesia (whether local or general), pre-treatment review and post-treatment guidance. Patients over 40, and others requiring a more detailed pre-operative assessment, may be charged a small additional fee.  

Agency fee

£225 (British pounds sterling)
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Let’s get started

Let's plan your treatment.
We'll support you every step of the way.

+44 (0)115 822 0325