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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. ?
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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 Im 26 now I had both done when I was 21 and if its poss what do I need to do?
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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 adenomyosis 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
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