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A Hysterosalpingoram is a fluoroscopic (video x-rays) examination of the uterine cavity and fallopian tubes after instillation of iodinated contrast.


  • A hysterosalpingogram is optimally performed one week after menstruation but before ovulation.
  • Please avoid unprotected intercourse prior to the procedure.
  • Advil or Tylenol (if tolerable) may be taken prior to the examination to mitigate discomfort during/after the procedure.