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I am interested in the novasure procedure. I am 28 and have very heavy bleeding, severe cramps and pass blood clots. Had a tubal ligation at 23 due to damage from auto wreck. Would I be able to have this done?

Probably . Endometrial ablations are great procedures to treat heavy periods. Personally i prefer genesys hta over novasure but both are good procedures. You should have no problem finding a doctor trained to do these. Many are trained to do them in the office under local anesthesia. Read more...
Ablation. You need to consult with your local gynecologist. Typically an ultrasound of your uterus is done, measuring the thickness of lining and uterus size. The risks/benefit analysis will then be discussed with you. Bring a good friend for this discussion. The novasure is very effective at slowing down menstrual symptoms. Read more...

I'm on my priod having very heavy bleeding and blood clots what can I do for this im 42 and never had this before

This . This can be caused by dysfunctional uterine bleeding which can happen at this age, or can be caused by other issues such as fibroids (non-cancerous growths in the uterus). You need to have a medical evaluation and pelvic examination and find out if your uterus is normal size and if there are any obvious causes of your bleeding. You may need other tests such as blood work, ultrasound, or further evaluations. There is also medical treatment and non-surgical treatments to stop the bleeding. Please see your gynecologist for an evaluation of your bleeding. If you feel lightheaded or faint, have pain or fever, then you must be seen as an emergency. Read more...
See your OB-GYN. Any significant change in your period especially involving a change in the pattern and extent of bleeding should be promptly evaluated by your gynecologist. Read more...

I may have endometriosis. Is Random heavy bleeding and medium blood clots normal with this? The clots are the size of a quarter up to a silver dollar.

Evaluation. Random heavy bleeding with clots are not typical symptoms of endometriosis. Endometriosis symptoms commonly are very painful periods with severe cramping. Your problem would be categorized as metrorrhagia. An evaluation by a gynecologist is needed. Read more...
No. Random heavy bleeding is not associated with endometriosis. Abnormal bleeding can occur for a number of reasons. SEE: > http://cle.clinic/1IDXMvq > http://bit.ly/19cKee5. Read more...