Gynaecologist & Endoscopic Surgeon

Endometrial ablation was suggested by my local doctor because I have very heavy periods. It seems to me the perfect solution to this problem.I do not plan to have children and always practice safe sex. I don’t consider this to be a contraceptive.

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Endometrial ablation can be done quite easily. There is a 25% failure rate at 5 years requiring subsequent surgery and usually hysterectomy. For this reason many gynaecologists are limiting the cases they do. If you would like to proceed you would need to speak to a gynaecologist about the procedure and your specific case.

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More evidence that low volume surgeons have more problems:

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