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I have been recomended a novasure ablasion. I am concerned after reading so many having terrible unexplained pain years after this proceedure.?
You have options: There are many treatments available for heavy periods. Novasure, hydrothermablation, cryoablation and thermachoice are all fda approved. I thinkthat the hydrothermablation (also called genysis or hta) is the safest option. Look for a doctor who has experience with this as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
23yr lady with idiopathic v-tac had 2 trials of ablasion with icd implantation but still frequent v-tac, resistant to anti-arrhythmatics, what to do?
Idio pathic v tac: You must continue your treatment with your cardiologist and follow instructions very carefully. ...Read more
My wife had an ablasion procedure last month. She wasn't expecting another regular period flow, only spotting but that hasn't been the case. She seems?
May occur: Definitely speak to the physician who performed the procedure. It may take several months for monthly bleeding to stop. However, it is also important to make sure the uterine anatomy has been correctly assessed and is responding appropriately. ...Read more
What's the difference between an ablasion vs historectomy if i wanted ablasion will i still have periods i get hormonal migraines will those go away?
Very different: Ablation is a hysteroscopic procedure where the lining of the uterus is burned. This shrinks the endometrium and diminishes menstrual flow. There are no scars from this procedure and recovery is very fast. Hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus. You will never have a period again after this surgery, but the recovery is longer. Neither procedure will affect your hormones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a uteral ablasion 5 years ago, and had no cycle. Out of the blue today I feel crampy with light bleeding. Could my cycle be returning?
I had a heart ablation 9 weeks ago! I have been having shoulder pain for the last 4 nights. I was wondering if this is part of the ablasion?
More details please: It is unlikely but possible depending on the extent of the ablation, zone of the ablation. There is always risk of a possible damage and perforation to ablated site which can present with a variety of symptoms. In your case it has been quite some time and chances are it is not related.Is it only when you sleep? WHen exercising? can you describe the pain ...Read more
I had an endometrial ablasion six years ago and my cycle stopped. I've been cramping extremely bad for a few weeks now and i don't know why?
I had and ablasion about 8yrs ago, never bled after. I had sex un protected sex 2 weeks ago used Plan B with in 24 hours what are my chances of being pg
very low chance: If you don't cycle it's impossible to get pregnant. ...Read more