... had the endometrial ablation because I was on warfarin and was told I would be on it for life , prior to taking warfarin I didn't have very heavy periods , but after I started taking warfarin I bled like a stuck pig was very messy .About 18 months after I had my endometrial ablation I stopped taking warfarin .. ... (2 replies)
... Hello! I had this procedure done about 2 years ago. I bled for maybe 5 days and then stopped. Although, the Dr. had told me that bleeding up to 3 weeks was possible. I think all women are different when it comes to this, but you might want to check with your doctor just to be sure. Good Luck! ... (5 replies)
... years ago I had posterior vaginal repair for prolapse and ablation of the uterus for heavy periods. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Deb. I can't say that I've had that same experience all the many times I've had the same procedure done. I mean with the heavy massive bleeding at first period after the procedure. I was also never told by my doc that I'd be missing any periods afterwards so I'm surprised your doc told you that. ... (9 replies)
... I was all healed up I started having very very heavy periods, major cramping enough that I was taking vicoden the week leading up to, the week of and a few days after my period. I had an ovarian cyst that ruptured and I had to have a laproscopy to clean it out. ... (1 replies)
... Glen, just so you know, Im 41. Had Novasure in January...still bleeding, almost more then I was before, but not quite as often. Before the procedure, I was bleeding for 14 days straight and it was incredibly heavy... ... (7 replies)
... Hi, wanted to put my two cents in as well. Im 41. About 2 years ago, I started getting horrible PMS symptoms, heavy HEAVY periods and everything went haywire. Strange, especially since im on the pill.... ... (4 replies)
... If you don't mind my asking, how old are you? I wonder if some of these symptoms could be menopause or perimenopause?
I ask because I just turned 50. I have no signs of menopause, unfortunately, b I have noticed also that my PMS is much worse, but my logic tells me there should be no change since no ovaries have been removed. I'm thinking our hormones shouldn't be... (15 replies)
... I had the NovaSure done almost 2 years ago. And at first, it was great. And it still is to a point now, but it wasn't quite what I had hoped it would be. ... (15 replies)
... I have had menstrual bleeding and cramping beginning roughly 2 weeks after each regimen started, and every other week thereafter. ... (15 replies)
... I had my Novasure ablation on Thursday Morning. So far I'm a little sore and have some light cramping but other than that, I'm good. I thought I'd be bleeding etc from the procedure but I'm not. Just some light discharge, enought for a panty liner. Now time will tell how my periods will be affected. ... (5 replies)
... I can totally relate, I did not have a period for almost 2 years after my ablation, then I the fibroids began acting up again and I was facing the heavy periods again, so I went to the OBGYN and said "yank it out", so I am now 6 months post surgery........so much better! No cramps, no bleeding....nothing........... (11 replies)
... WOW 5 c sections!! ouchie!
You must be a very strong women!!! I hope that all is better for you since the hysterectomy.
take care, and good luck!
we can chat here whenever you want to! (47 replies)
... The hysterectomy wasn't too bad. It is a different location of pain. Each day got better. After a week I was only sore on one side and taking advil when needed. ... (47 replies)
... bout it. I also had a nasty fibroid that I want to include in there and of course my experiences with the Mirena. I like the Mirena as an option to control heavy bleeding because it works. ... (3 replies)
... I had a myomectomy done 2 years ago to remove a huge fibroid and it stopped the severe bleeding but my periods were still annoyingly heavy. I got Mirena put in at the early part of August this year and its going well. ... (8 replies)
... chance of hysterectomy if the ablation is done before the age of 41 Even women undergoing ablation before age 46 are at a 2.1 times risk of hysterectomy. And the study you referred to says that this risk increases for 8 years after the ablation. ... (12 replies)
... Hello everyone.. Im new to the group and have read a couple things on the boards about the novasure and endometrial ablation. I am just 35 years old.. no children and have been having heavy to med to light bleeding for the past 2 mos, and severe pelvic pain to the point of crying. ... (18 replies)
... I was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries around 15 years ago, I was fortunate in having two children, and my diagnosis came after the birth of my second child. ... (3 replies)
... So from the time up to my ablation I did a ton of research and reading. ... (8 replies)