Fibroid treatments have as their common goal to eradicate fibroids in the uterus while preserving the uterus itself. (Hysterectomy is the ultimative surgical treatment for fibroids, but at the cost that many do not to want pay.) Medical doctors seem not to believe that there exists anything that will cure uterine fibroids, so they go… Continue reading Fibroid Treatments
Only after three months will it become clear what the effect of the procedure was. Usually after six weeks you call in the doctor’s office, probably to have the uterus sounded in order to see whether a cervical stenosis is setting in. (If it is, there may be more bleeding with the first period.) Usually,… Continue reading Can Endometrial Ablation Replace Hysterectomy in Cases of Heavy Menorrhagia?
This is an roller ball endometrial ablation for polyp video, performed on a woman 55 of age, with a diagnosis of unresponsive menorrhagia because of the presence of an endometrial polyp. The surgeon is Jose Bolanos, MD. Menorrhagia stands for “excessive bleeding”, and unresponsive menorrhagia usually leads to a hysterectomy, because the doctors start thinking… Continue reading Roller Ball Endometrial Ablation For Polyp Video
This is an endometrial ablation for fibroids video, performed on a woman of 350 lbs, with high risk of severe anemia, with a diagnosis of unresponsive menorrhagia. The surgeon is Jose Bolanos, MD. Menorrhagia stands for “excessive bleeding”, so this woman was not a candidate for a full hysterectomy. She had a fibroid in the… Continue reading Endometrial Ablation For Fibroids Video
Here we’ll use the chart of a dedicated endometrial ablation discussion group to see the signature of heavy menstrual bleeding leading to an endometrial ablation. As one might expect, the owner of this site has gone through the debilitating experience of a heavy menorrhagia, which was successfuly resolved through an endometrial ablation; afterwards, she opened… Continue reading The Natal Chart Of An Endometrial Ablation Discussion Group
Cryo ablation for avoiding hysterectomy (sometimes misspelled as: cryo oblation, cryoablation, cryo-ablation) is the procedure of exterminating the endometrium of the uterus by means of a cryo procedure — by inducing coldness into the womb. The idea in itself is not new: dermatologists and primary care doctors have used cryogenic devices since the beginning of… Continue reading Cryo Ablation
There’s a new blog called Three Weddings, the owner of which had an embarrasing experience in public location — an extremely heavy menstrual bleeding. She had to call her husband and he did all the right things in an emergency situation, she almost fell in love with him again! She is now considering endometrial ablation… Continue reading Endometrial Ablation To Stop Embarrasing Menstrual Bleeding in Public