Endometrial Ablation Procedure in Florida

Women’s Care’s board-certified physicians have extensive experience performing endometrial ablations, using state of the art technology to ensure the most effective outcome.

What is Endometrial Ablation?

Endometrial ablation, also known as “global ablation,” is a procedure that removes the lining of your uterus. The goal of endometrial ablation is to reduce menstrual flow, and for some women, stop menstruation completely. We provide women in Florida with endometrial ablation procedures in a comfortable office setting. Our providers will work directly with you to understand your needs and address any concerns you may have, from your first consultation through postoperative care.

Are You a Candidate for Endometrial Ablation?

Your Women’s Care provider may recommend endometrial ablation if you have:

  • Anemia from excessive blood loss
  • Bleeding that lasts longer than eight days
  • Unusually heavy periods

What to Expect During Endometrial Ablation

There are multiple variations of endometrial ablation available to patients at Women’s Care. Factors such as the size and condition of your uterus may help determine which method of endometrial ablation is most appropriate.

  • Electrosurgery: Uses electric current that travels through a wire loop or roller ball.
  • Freezing: Uses a probe to freeze the lining with cold temperatures.
  • Heated Fluid: Uses heated fluid that is pumped into the uterus to destroy the lining.
  • Heated Balloon: Uses a thin tube with a balloon at the end to release hot fluid into the lining.
  • Microwave Energy: Microwave energy is sent through an inserted probe to remove the lining.
  • Radiofrequency: Uses an electrical mesh to destroy the uterine lining with electric currents.

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In-Office Endometrial Ablation in FL

Women’s Care is proud to offer comprehensive care through a wide range of in-office procedures, including endometrial ablation. Recovery from endometrial ablation may take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Speak with your dedicated provider about when you can expect to resume daily activities. If you would like to learn more about endometrial ablation and whether or not it is right for you, please schedule an appointment at Women’s Care today!