Osseous metaplasia of the endometrium is very rare finding, and usually these cases presented with secondary infertility. Other symptoms are pelvic pain, dyspareunia, menstrual irregularities, vaginal discharge and the passage of bony fragments in menstrual blood. Suspicious lesion could see by hysterosalpingography or by ultrasonography; however, conclusive diagnosis and treatment tool is hysteroscopy. The aetiology is unknown, but theories include retained fetal bone and osseous metaplasia of endometrial tissue. We present a patient with osseous metaplasia who had treated with hysteroscopy.