An endoscopy is referred to a nonsurgical procedure of looking inside the body. An endoscope is an instrument containing a flexible tube with lenses and a light source. It allows doctors to look inside the body cavities and take pictures. Unlike other techniques used for medical imaging, endoscopes are directly inserted into the organs like uterus. Endoscopes are of different types, depending upon the site in the body and what kind of procedure is to be performed. This is done by a doctor or a surgeon. A patient may be conscious or mildly anaesthetized during the procedure. For ART we generally perform Hysteroscopy to see inside the uterus or sometimes to perform a surgical procedure to enhance chances of conception.