Does endometrial ablation affect hormones?
Endometrial ablation does not affect the ovaries or the hormone levels.
You will still have normal hormone function and will go through menopause at the normal time for you..
Do you still get period pain after endometrial ablation?
Some experience no relief of their menstrual bleeding following an endometrial ablation. Some women may develop cyclic pelvic pain (CPP) following an endometrial ablation—this may occurs months or years following their procedure. The cyclic pelvic pain may or may not be accompanied by menstrual bleeding.
Can you have a baby after endometrial ablation?
Pregnancy is not likely after ablation, but it can happen. If it does, the risks of miscarriage and other problems are greatly increased. If a woman still wants to become pregnant, she should not have this procedure. Women who have endometrial ablation should use birth control until after menopause.
Do you still ovulate after ablation?
This procedure does not affect your ovaries or ovulation. Endometrial ablation it is a medical procedure recommended for women with excessive menstrual blood loss, the result of unusually heavy or long periods.
Will endometrial ablation stop my period?
It might take a few months to see the final results, but endometrial ablation usually reduces the amount of blood lost during menstruation. Most women will have lighter periods, and some will stop having periods entirely. Endometrial ablation isn’t a sterilization procedure, so you should continue to use contraception.
Can I have another endometrial ablation?
Repeat endometrial ablation can eliminate the need for hysterectomy in women who continue to have bleeding problems after one endometrial ablation. Gynecologists should not hesitate to offer repeat ablation since the results will usually be excellent.