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Is It Possible To Have More Than One Ablation Done
Yes.: Can have repeat ablations if needed.Get a more detailed answer ›
Had a SVT ablation done on Dec 30. Feeling very dizzy and sick today not sure what to do. Also experiencing a lot of pain at one incision site.?
Is there a number one doctor-recommended reference source to know more about ablation of atrial fibrillation?
I am having an ablation and solyx sling done at the same time. I am wondering about recovery and pain afterwards. Should I be okay within 24 hours?
Please ask your gyn: Your gyn should be able to tell you that, most likely you will be having pain more than 24 hrs but please ask your gyn ...Read more
What are my chances of having a baby after having a tubial & an ablation I'm 26 now I had both done when I was 21 and if its poss what do I need to do?
Slim to none: If you have functioning ovaries, you could have them harvested, fertilized in the lab and carried to term by a surrogate. You should consider the issue closed unless you are ready to have someone else carry your baby. ...Read more
With a catheter: An electrical study of the heart is first performed using catheters passed from the veins in the legs, arms or neck. This study helps document the wpw. A special catheter is then used to "map" the location of the extra electrical connection that causes the wpw. That same catheter can be used to destroy the extra connection, either by burning or freezing the abnormal connection. ...Read more
Please call your doc: Your doc should have told u what to expect afterwards and any warning signs of problems to be aware of and u the doc should have scheduled u for a follow up, I do thermachoice ablation and always see my pts one week laterand check an ultrasound but everyone does different followup. ...Read more
Yes: Usually the night of the procedure is pretty crampy, but withing 48 hours or so things calm down. Longterm pain from ablation is rare, but can happen. Some people have pain for other reasons and it doen't respond to ablation. Endometriosis and adenomyomatosis are at the top of the list. ...Read more
Not common: If you a talking about ablating ovarian cysts, as is sometimes done for pcos - the ablation itself would cause minimal pain. The laparoscopy done to access the ovaries would cause mild pain that would normally be controlled with oral pain medications. If you mean an endomatrial ablation, there would likely be minimal pain during or after the procedure, as most are done under general anesthesia. ...Read more
It can happen: While many women will stop having their periods after an endometrial ablation, the rate of amenorrhea (no periods) is less than 50%). So, it is entirely possible that you may start to menstruate even years after having had an ablation. If it is regular, it is nothing to be concerned about. If it is irregular, extremely heavy or very long, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
It depends on the underlying etiology of the SVT, and your personal individual risks (i.e. heredity, lifestyle, and other co-morbidities).
Moreover, the type of SVT also has an influence. .. of associated success with ablations. Therefore, a complete electrophysiological
assessment must be borne in mind concomitantly with the rest of your body. ... to
determine the risk of recurrence. ...Read more
Depends on age: An ablation may or may not completely stop your cycle. Time will tell on that. An ablation is really designed to decrease heavy bleeding. Now traditionally menopause is when the ovaries stop producing significant amounts of hormones, usually around age 51. (hot flashes, mood swings, sleep issues, vaginal dryness, etc...) an ablation has nothing to do with that. ...Read more
I had a Novasure ablation done 13 days ago. I am still bleeding light to medium every day. Is this normal??
No: No call or contact Doctor who Did procedure ...Read more
I'm getting typical palpitations of around 700 - 1000 a day, causing dizzyness. Can ablation be done to cure this?
Palpitations~: Hello ~ that depends on what is causing the palpitations, atrial/ventricular ectopics or runs of PAT or VT. Ablation is not done for single atrial or ventricular ectopics. It is most useful in ablation of aberrant electrical pathways between atrium and ventricle, and so causing early escape of the ventrical and this causes TACHYCARDIA, Rapid HR. You must go and see a Cardiologist. He'll explain. T ...Read more
Can thermal ablation be repeated? I don't think it was done well 10 years ago, symptoms have returned. Hysterectomy recommended, but i'd rather not.
Had a polypectectomy, ablation and surprise exploratory laprascopic. What kind of surgery is in my future? No specifics given just that more surgery
Are there any videos showing how radiofrequency turbinate ablation is performed? I know how it is done but want to watch how it looks being performed
Try u tube: I tube seems to have video education. Try this ...Read more
MIA: There should not be any, it's been ablated! The normal endometrial stripe will be virtually absent. ...Read more
Yes: The endometrial ablation is intended to decrease or stop your periods. Most women do experience a decrease in their bleeding and most do continue to have some bleeding. ...Read more
I have had an endometrial ablation done I have gotten light pink only when I wipe is that common to happen?
Perfect: Sounds like you had a great result from your endometrial ablation. ...Read more
I have afib episodes every few months. Should I have ablation before it gets to be more frequent or persistent?
If at left main (LM) there is 50% stenosis and stenting has not been done, whether AF ablation can be performed?
Unrelated: AF ablation is done in the left atrium. Your left main arises in the aorta. They're physically separate. Ablation can be performed. Note: the left main is generally not stented. If you develop angina or have evidence of ischemia objectively, bypass surgery has been shown to prolong life as well as relieve symptoms. ...Read more
I had an ablation done 2 months on my heart & for the past 2 weeks I feel the way I did before my procedure is this normal?
Ablation done 2 years ago and since have had chest pain near apex and abnormal rhythms multiple tests by mds and no answers. What else can it be?
Not easy to know: There are multiple possibilities here, without knowing a lot of details, any answer given would be pure speculation. If you have not seen a general cardiologist (as opposed to an ep) for a second opinion, it might be time to do that. ...Read more
I recently been diagnosed with svt. I decided to have the ablation done. I'm extremely scared to do this. Is this a common procedure and is it safe?
Yes, usually: In experienced hands it is a very safe and successful procedure. Volume equates to better outcomes for most procedures, meaning you want someone who has done thousands of procedures and not just a few and want it to be done at a high volume center. ...Read more
Looking to get an ablation done for my PVCs. However I am concerned that my RHR could be a problem for anesthesia. My average RHR is 48 to 60. Issue?
Not a problem:
The anesthesia required is a sedative one and even if general was required a HR in that range would not be a concern. If you are very active (ie run etc) let the anesthesiologist know that. We have athletes all the time with RHR of 40.
Also if needed we have medications to increase the rate should it be needed. Best of luck ...Read more
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