Treatment involves surgery to cut and remove the adhesions or scar tissue. This can most often be done with hysteroscopy, which uses small instruments and a camera placed into the uterus through the cervix.
After scar tissue is removed, the uterine cavity must be kept open while it heals to prevent adhesions from returning. Your health care provider may place a small balloon inside the uterus for several days in the hope of preventing recurrence of adhesion formation. You may also need to take estrogen while the uterine lining heals.
You may need to take antibiotics if there is an infection.
In some cases, endometrial lining may be relatively thin following hysteroscopic treatment of IUA. Additional estrogen administered vaginally along with vaginal Viagra treatment may help improve the thickness of the inner lining of the uterus.