Asherman syndrome (uterine adhesion) occurs due to injuries to the basal layer of endometrium that is usually caused following surgeries of uterine such as curettage and myomectomy. In the next pregnancy, obstetrical complications such as abortion, placenta pravia and acreta may be increased.
In this study, a case of amenorrhea after one uncomplicated caesarean section is reported. She had spontaneous pregnancy after treatment with three times histroscopy. In the next pregnancy, she developed severe adhesion to the myometrium, resulting in severe hemorrhage and hysterectomy.
Ashman syndrome may be caused following an uncomplicated cesarean section and may increase the chance of obstetrical complications in next pregnancy.