1 Beverley, et al. (2018) Evaluation of Tubal Patency with a Saline-Air Device. J Reprod Med; 63(3):120-126.
How does FemVue work?
FemVue delivers a saline-air contrast (bubbles) through a balloon catheter. Under ultrasound, your GYN is able to see the bubbles moving into or through your tubes, if they are open.
Your GYN inserts an ultrasound probe to visualize your anatomy.
FemVue delivers natural bubbles through a thin balloon catheter placed in your uterine cavity.
Your GYN will look for bubbles entering and then moving through each fallopian tube to determine if they are open.
After your tubes are checked, the probe and catheter are removed and the results are available immediately.