Isthmocele treatment is the treatment of a condition called isthmocele, which occurs as a result of a cut or tear in the uterine wall, leading to narrowing or blockage of the cervix. Isthmocele can occur after a previous cesarean delivery or other uterine surgical procedures.

The treatment of isthmocele is usually performed using hysteroscopic or laparoscopic surgical methods. Hysteroscopic surgery is performed by inserting a tool into the uterus through the vagina. Laparoscopic surgery involves making small incisions in the abdominal wall and using a thin instrument called a laparoscope to intervene.

The aim of the treatment is to remove or repair the tissues in the isthmocele area. This allows for the opening or widening of the cervix and may facilitate getting pregnant.

Isthmocele treatment can be successful for many women and can increase the chances of pregnancy. However, the success rate of the treatment may vary depending on the patient’s condition and the severity of the isthmocele.