To most women, [tag-tec]menstrual[/tag-tec] periods are just a fact of life. But to many women, heavy [tag-tec]menstrual bleeding[/tag-tec] ruins [tag-tec]lifestyle[/tag-tec], forces to stay at home, don’t even go to work, bring pain, gloominess and [tag-tec]depression[/tag-tec]. Traditional solution for this was [tag-tec]hysterectomy[/tag-tec], but the minimally invasive alternatives to [tag-ice]hysterectomy[/tag-ice] are becoming more popular in the last 5-7 years, due to appearance of a large number of various technological solutions. [tag-tec]Endometrial ablation[/tag-tec] is destroying the inner lining of the [tag-tec]uterus[/tag-tec], with the goal of reducing the [tag-tec]menstrual flow[/tag-tec] so that life becomes normal again.

For a comprehensive line-up of [tag-ice]endometrial ablation[/tag-ice] methods please have a look at our page called Can Endometrial Ablation Replace Hysterectomy in Cases of Heavy Menorrhagia? The video that we have present here is at

http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=574778

It is 46 minutes long and shows [tag-tec]hydrothermal[/tag-tec] [tag-ice]endometrial ablation[/tag-ice] performed as a live [tag-ice]webcast[/tag-ice], on September 27th 2007. Enjoy!