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Only patients who sign an informed consent will be included. Patients after a miscarriage in the 2nd trimester of pregnancy who need to perform an instrumental revision of the uterine cavity (RCUI, revisio cavi uteri instrumentalis) will be randomized into two groups. In the first group, RCUI will be performed according to current standards. In the second group, an anti-adhesive preparation with hyaluronic acid (Hyalobarrier gel Endo) will be applied to the uterine cavity at the end of the RCUI procedure. Eight to twelve weeks after the operation, the occurrence of adhesions will be evaluated by ultrasound examination and diagnostic hysteroscopy (if adhesions will be detected, they will be disrupted). The study will also include the completion of a questionnaire in terms of the frequency and strength of the menstrual cycle. The presence of adhesions will be assessed according to The American Fertility Society (AFS).
Cervical dilators are frequently used for preparation prior to second trimester surgical abortion. While their use decreases complications associated with surgical abortion, their placement is often uncomfortable for the patient. Currently there are no proven methods for reducing pain during osmotic dilator placement. The use of numbing medication around the cervix (paracervical block) may decrease this placement pain.