If you experience heavy or abnormal menstrual bleeding each cycle, Endometrial ablation may be the right option to reduce vaginal bleeding to normal or lighter levels. Your daily life doesn’t have to be impacted by an uncomfortably heavy menstrual cycle any longer.
Endometrial ablation is a procedure that removes a thin layer of the uterine lining to control heavy bleeding. It doesn’t stop menstrual bleeding, altogether, but it can help reduce bleeding to lighter or more normal levels.
Note that pregnancy is not likely to occur after endometrial ablation. Discuss your future plans with your provider, so they can assess whether ablation is right for you. Your provider can help you determine a course of treatment.
Contact Your Women’s Health Arizona Provider
Your Women’s Health Arizona provider is here to assist you with all your women’s healthcare needs. Many of our expert physicians can perform this specialized procedure right in the office or at a nearby outpatient center for your convenience and comfort.
If you’re considering endometrial ablation to help your heavy menstrual bleeding, contact your provider today and discuss your treatment options.
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