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Hysteroscopy Novasure Ablation
Endometrial ablation refers to procedures that use energy to damage or destroy the lining of the uterus that normally build up in preparation of pregnancy. If no pregnancy happens, the lining is shed as a period. There are several different types of ablation-thermal heat, radio frequency, and freezing. All of them are good options but some might be better in certain situations. ...Read more
Been over 2wks since i had a laparoscopy hysteroscopy endometrial ablation d &c feel nausous. And still having pain ultra sound showed fluid ?
Two weeks post hysteroscopy, d&c, polyp removal and endometrial ablation. I have light pressure/pain and noticed yellow discharge today. Appt is Wedn?
I have had an endometrial ablation and hysteroscopy as all my tests are normal and a cause cannot be found for me heavy bleeding during intercourse. Will the ablation stop this post coital bleeding?
I had a hysteroscopy, biopsy, d&c and endometrial ablation on friday. It is sunday and i still haven't had a bowel movement since thursday morning.?
Constipation: The surgery itself does not usually cause bowel problems, but anesthesia and/or narcotic pain medication are associated with constipation. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water, eating lots of fiber rich foods, getting regular exercise, and consider a stool softener. If you are having abdominal pain and fever, call your doctor immediately. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a hysteroscopy, d&c, and the novasure procedure done on 9-4-12. I am still spotting a month later, is this normal? If so, when will it go away?
I'm scheduled to have a hysteroscopy, myomectomy and novasure. What should I expect for downtime? I am a single mom and wonder if I'll need help.
Quick recovery: These are all minimally invasive gynecological procedures that typically require little downtime and a very short recovery. The exact time is going to vary from person to person and depends on the size and extent of the myomectomy. I have had patients go to work the next day. Discuss the unique aspects of your case with your surgeon for a more specific timeline. ...Read more
I am 56 years old, 3 biopsies (october 2012 last one all benign), 2 sonohysterograms, hysteroscopy, ablation how likely is it that this is cancer?
Insufficient data: Your question can't easily be answered with the information you have given. I am guessing you have uterine bleeding to prompt all this evaluation. Biopsies can be negative if they miss a tumor, but 3 all negative if done by a competent gyn is unlikely to be a false negative, especially if all the other workup is negative. Still, it would depend on what other symptoms and if they persist.. ...Read more
I had a hysteroscopy , ablation cervical cautery and sterilisation done , the sterilisation was a success , but the rest had failed , why? Need answers
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