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If you have very heavy menstrual periods, the kind that get in the way of everyday life, then you must hear about Novasure.

What is Novasure Endometrial Ablation?

It’s a simple, safe & quick procedure to help lighten or stop your periods without the use of hormones or the risks of a hysterectomy. There are no pills which mean no hormonal side effects, it’s 90% effective at dramatically reducing or stopping a woman’s menstrual bleeding. Novasure is a one-time procedure that’s done in your doctor’s office and takes just a few minutes.

How does Novasure work?

It’s an endometrial ablation procedure which is minimally invasive and has no incisions. It works by removing the uterus lining, or endometrium, with a delivery of radio frequency energy. The doctor will insert a slender wand into the uterus which will extend a mesh device that gently expands to fit the shape and size of your uterus. The mesh device then delivers about 90 seconds of measured radio frequency energy. The device is then removed from the uterus. It’s that quick & simple.

What can I expect after the procedure?

Most women experience moderate cramping which can be treated with over the counter pain medication. There may also be vaginal bleeding, spotting or discharge that may last for several weeks. The discharge is a normal part of the healing process. Recovery is fast and most women resume normal activities within a day or two.

Is Novasure right for me?

If you would like to stop your heavy periods and are sure that you do not want children in the future then Novasure Endometrial Ablation may be the right choice for you. Please speak with your doctor today at Professional Brooklyn Gynecological Services to find out if you are a possible candidate for this procedure.

Novasure February 11, 2015

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