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After Ablation And Sex
Go for it: Generally speaking, if the ablation worked, it worked. Sexual activity is no better or worse than any other activity for your heart and if you go back into abnormal rhythm, you would have soon anyway. Just wait a couple of days after your procedure before engaging any activity which puts strain on the groin to avoid bleeding or oozing at the puncture sites where the sheaths were inserted. Enjoy! ...Read more
Post svt ablation: Rf ablation requires a process of maturation wherein aberrant conduction that have been treated require a few weeks before they cease to conduct. During that maturation time frame the risk of recurrent arrhythmia remains. Many patients might benefit by continuing rate /rhythm protective meds for the first few weeks following ablation. Hyperadrenergic stimulation might provoke such events. ...Read more
No: Painful intercouse might be an infection. Be sure and see a gyn doctor to evaluate. ...Read more
Noticed bright red bleeding post sex. Prior testing for chalm and gonor negative. Seems once every 4 weeks. Not every time. Had ablation 8 years ago?
I had an endometrial ablation 5⃣ months ago. Sex is painful and burns. Is this normal or could it be from infrequent sex.
Post Endometrial Ablation syndrome:
If you have had an Endometrial ablation and have developed symptoms of pelvic pain ; you might have developed Post Endometrial Ablation syndrome too long to discuss in 400 word segment ---see your private GYN doctor for further evaluation----also have your hormone levels checked to see if they at the appropriate levels ...Read more
See below: Wait at least 2 weeks.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had the novasure endometrial ablation done 10 days ago, can I start having sex yet? If not, when can i?
Yes: No problem to have intercourse 10 days after novasure. ...Read more
I did endometrial ablation and 23 days after I had sex and there was bleeding afterwords what has causes this please? Thanks
Your period: Likely that was your period since your about one month from your endometrial ablation. Track your cycles over the next few months so your doctor can analyze the effectiveness of the ablation. ...Read more
Probably OK: Anal intercourse would likely be safe even after an endometrial ablation. There is increased risk for a uterine infection with vaginal intercourse. ...Read more
After SVT ablation, dr. Said that I have to wait 10 days to have sex, because they made me radiations. What is radiation, why I have to wait 10 days? Thx!
Svt ablation: Radiation is Xray exposure. You are exposed to radiation during SVT ...Read more
Is it safe to have anal sex and for me to achieve orgasm a week after having an endometrial ablation?
No & Yes: No it is not safe to have anal sex as bacteria will find its' way into the vagina and possibly produce an intrauterine infection as the cervix is still closing post ablation. Yes, orgasm is fine as long as it is "digital" and doesn't involve anything in the vagina "natural" (intercourse) or mechanical (sex toys) such as BOB (battery operated boyfriend). ...Read more
Bleeding from cervix:
Bleeding after sex in Premenopausal women usually comes from cervix. You should get it checked by your gynecologist.Following conditions can cause bleeding after sex
Cervical polyps benign
Friction during sex
Sexually transmitted disease
Consult your Gynecologist and get checked ...Read more
After the nova sure ablation, when can I have sex? My nurse said 2 weeks, my doctor said 3 then on my discharge papers it said 6 weeks? I didn't have a baby or a hysterectomy!
2 weeks is fine: Usually after an ablation I tell patients to wait until the discharge stops or 2 weeks & then only if they feel comfortable. You're right, it's 6 weeks after a vaginal hysterectomy. You are free to have intercourse much sooner, remember the ablation is not birth control so make sure you can't get pregnant! ...Read more
I'm 44 years & very fit. I had an endometrial oblasion, sterilization, d&c yesterday. I have minimal bleeding & cramping. How long before sex? Condom?
Uterus ablation: A uterus (lining) 'ablation' means removal/destruction of the cells that line the uterus thus stopping or lightening your (heavy) periods. A common procedure is called: novasure, which is a one-time, 5-minute procedure. Success rates are up to 90%. See more info on novasure. Com. ...Read more
Yes.: Can have repeat ablations if needed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tissue destruction: Cardiac ablation involves destruction of tissue aimed at elimination of sources of origin or propagation of arrhythmias. It may also be used to destroy part of the heart in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Typically it is done with a catheter inserted through a tube in the groin. ...Read more
Need more info: The mediastinum is the area around your heart. Ablation means "destruction". The pros and cons depend on what is being destroyed (lymph nodes? Cancer?) and how (radiofrequency? Heat? Cold?) ask your doctor what the evidence is for the procedure, and what alternatives are possible. The mediastinum contains critical structures, so you don't want to risk any non-proven procedures. ...Read more
RFA: Rfa can be used to help patients with chronic (long-lasting) low-back and neck pain and pain related to the degeneration of joints from arthritis. The degree of pain relief varies, depending on the cause and location of the pain. Pain relief from rfa can last from six to 12 months and in some cases, relief can last for years. More than 70% of patients treated with rfa experience pain relief. ...Read more
For refractory VT: Vt is a reentrant rhythm occurringusually in the region of previous scar tissue in the left ventricle (previous infarct). The primary therapy for patients with cardiomyopathy is implantation of an icd. Patients who have recurrent therapy from thier icd and unresponsive to antiarrhythmic drugs then ablation is considered. There are VT ablations performed in patients with normal hearts as well. ...Read more
I am currently experiencing ocassional AF with increasing frequency. This follows successful Ablation approx 3.8yrs ago. Is 2nd ablation warranted?
Most likely: You responded well to your first ablation during which they likely electrically isolated your pulmonary veins. One or more of your veins probably reconnected and the most effective approach based on your age is a repeat ablation. Your MD should know that your atrial fibrillation has recurred so anticoagulation and stroke prophylaxis can be addressed as well ...Read more
Before I qualify for a second ablation procedure to re-treat AF, do I need to be in a state of constant or persistant AF? How is persistant defined?
Depends: It depends in part on how far out from your first procedure you are, whether or not you are taking anti arrhythmic medications and whether or not you are symptomatic. Persistent AF is simply AF lasting more than 7 days. It is not uncommon to have recurrent AF in the first few months after ablation and still be arrhythmia free in the long term but you will need to be followed closely. ...Read more
Destruction of nerve: It is usually used for medial branch nerve, which supplies facet or articular joints in the back or neck. This nerve only brings back pain information from that joint and does nothing else. When it's destroyed, the pain goes away despite the abnormality remaining there - i.E arthritis. ...Read more
Radiofreqency ablatn: This is a now-common way of destroying a small amount of tissue such as a faulty electric link in the heart, nerves from a source of intractable pain, or little tumors. Interventional radiologists have done amazing things in developing this technique. ...Read more
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