Exploring endometrial ablation as a treatment option for women with abnormal uterine bleeding

June 25, 2019 4:24 PM | Deleted user

June 25, 2019, Primary Care 

One treatment that's remained both relevant and important for women struggling with abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) is global endometrial ablation (GEA), a minimally invasive procedure involving the removal of the uterine lining via radiofrequency, heat or cryotherapy. Endometrial ablation is an important option to offer patients for several reasons, but a primary advantage is that it fills a gap left open for those patients who do not want to be treated with hormone therapy (or do not respond) but want to avoid the costs, potential complications and recovery time associated with major surgery via a hysterectomy. 

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