How do you know if your ablation failed?

How do you know if your ablation failed?

In rare cases, some women develop cyclic pelvic pain (CPP) after the procedure, which can last for months or even years. This may be a potential indication of late-onset endometrial ablation failure. If you experience back pain after the surgery, call your doctor.

What are the odds of getting pregnant after an ablation?

Pregnancy rate after endometrial ablation is 0.24-0.68%. We report a near-term viable pregnancy after thermal balloon uterine ablation.

Can you still have an endometrial ablation 3 years later?

I had an endometrial ablation 3 years ago and had great success, no bleeding at all until the last 2 months. I am now experiencing a 2nd period with very heavy cramping and bleeding – is this something I should see my doctor about?

Why did I have a uterine ablation done?

I had the ablation done 2 years ago because I suffered from abnormal bleeding must of my period life. It turned out I had polyps removed during the procedure. Well about 2 weeks ago, I started spotting and now since friday major bleeding with clots.

When was the novasure endometrial ablation procedure done?

Submit Your Comment I had the NovaSure endometrial ablation done on 10/22/20. I woke up after the procedure in severe pain, was given something in my IV and the pain stopped. The next 3 or 4 days were heaven. I thought I finally got it right.

What was the result of my 9 month ablation?

Although pregnancy was sooooo not my cup of tea, the 9 month long reprieve from my periods was HUGE in getting my levels stabilized for very long stretches of time. Fast forward quite a few years later to having then 8 and 2 year old girls, I went in for a routine bloodwork appointment and I got referred straight to a hematologist.

How long can I recover from endometrial ablation?

The chances that you’ll get hurt during an endometrial ablation are low. It shouldn’t take you long to heal from an ablation. Most women are back to their normal routine within a week. You may have some cramping and bleeding for a few days and a watery or bloody discharge for up to 3 weeks.

Is it possible to get pregnant after Endo. ablation?

After an endometrial ablation you can still get pregnant because your ovaries continue to function normally. An early embryo has a decreased chance of implanting in the uterus after an endometrial ablation because the procedure destroys (ablates) the endometrium, the inner lining of the uterus.

When do you need endometrial ablation?

Endometrial ablation is a procedure to remove the endometrium (lining of your uterus). You may need this procedure if you have heavy or abnormal vaginal bleeding. Hydrothermal means heated fluid is used during the procedure.

What are the risk factors for pain after endometrial ablation?

Risk factors for new or worsening pain after ablation included a preprocedure history of dysmenorrhea or tubal sterilization. White race was protective of postprocedure new or worsening pain (adjusted OR, 0.55; 95% CI, 0.34-0.89).