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Hello . For the majority of women it is like a "bad period pain". Especially in women who have had children and haven't gone through the menopause. Most hysteroscopies can be done under local anaesthetic in the outpatients I.e being awake. If it is too painful or the patient chooses it can be done under a general anaesthetic.
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The hysteroscopy is unlikely to be the cause of you not ovulating.Ovulation, depends on several factors one of which is hormonal. It is advisable to see a specialist whowill go through your history and can do blood test ideally 7 days before your period is due to see if you have ovulated or not.
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