Endometrial Ablation in Millcreek, UT
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What is endometrial ablation?
Endometrial ablation with Minerva™ is a procedure used to surgically cauterize or remove the lining of your uterus (endometrium) to ease or eliminate excessive menstrual flow. This treatment is provided as a solution to those who are experiencing extreme menstrual flow during their period that is negatively impacting their life. It is a safe, effective, one-time procedure performed in the office with minimal recovery. For more information on this treatment and how it can assist you in receiving a new sense of freedom, contact our medical professionals at Phase II Center for Women’s Health in Millcreek, UT.
What Are the Benefits of Minerva Endometrial Ablation?
Endometrial ablation in Millcreek, UT at Phase II Center for Women's Health helps you take control of your health with several great benefits, including:
- One-time procedure is quick and easy
- Significantly reduces menstrual bleeding
- Alleviates pain and discomfort
- Improves quality of life
- Lessens risks for anemia
- Recovery time is short
- Safe and effective
Who is a good candidate for endometrial ablation?
Figuring out if you're a good candidate for the Minerva endometrial ablation procedure will depend on different factors. However, there are generally a few key symptoms that suggest an ablation might be the right treatment for you. These symptoms include:
- Bleeding lasting longer than eight consecutive days
- Unusually heavy periods, described as soaking a pad or tampon every two hours or less
- Excessive blood loss that results in anemia
Talk to our medical professionals at our Millcreek, UT practice today for more information about endometrial ablation. We will work with you to evaluate your symptoms and determine if this treatment is right for you. Schedule an appointment at Phase II Center for Women's Health for additional information.
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Stop the flow so life can start
If you’ve experienced unexplained and excessive menstrual flow that you can’t find relief from, consider the endometrial ablation Minerva procedure at our Millcreek, UT office. This quick and effective solution will allow you to get back to your daily activities without the worry of an unusually heavy flow. Connect with us at Phase II Center for Women’s Health for additional information.
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Endometrial Ablation FAQs
Is endometrial ablation safe?
Like any medical procedure, endometrial ablation carries some risk, however small. That said, Minerva endometrial ablation is FDA-approved safe and effective for most patients. The advanced technology ensures just the right amount of plasma energy is delivered consistently to the uterine lining for superb results. This gives the Minerva system an exceptional success rate higher than 90%.
Can I still get pregnant after endometrial ablation?
Yes, you can. However, endometrial ablation can make getting pregnant more difficult and increase the risk of miscarriage. So if you still wish to get pregnant, endometrial ablation may not be recommended. During your consultation, Dr. Graul will review all aspects of endometrial ablation and discuss alternative treatments if you are still considering having children.
How long is recovery after endometrial ablation?
Endometrial ablation is performed as an outpatient procedure, meaning you’ll be able to go home afterward. Many patients experience uterine cramping for up to six hours after their procedure. This may also include spotting or watery discharge, frequent urges to urinate, and nausea. Patients will typically be able to return to their normal schedule the following day, but it is advised to avoid sex for about one month. Most can feel back to normal within a week. Full recovery typically occurs within 2 – 3 weeks. Watery or bloody discharge may be experienced by some for up to three days to a few weeks after their procedure.