Asherman’s syndrome, also known as Intrauterine Synechiae(adhesions) and Uterine Synechiae is a rare gynecological condition in which the uterine cavity develops adhesions (scar tissue). An adhesion is nothing but a band of scar tissue which initially develops as a part of the human body’s repair mechanism in response to any tissue disturbances, for instances due to previous surgeries. In most of the cases, the front & back walls of the uterus stick to each other. In other cases, adhesions develop only in a small portion of the uterus. The extent of adhesion helps to determine whether the case is mild or severe. Adhesions can be thick, thin, spotty in location or confluent.