How can women avoid or treat heavy menstrual periods? For some, uterine ablation may be the solution to severe menorrhagia.
Experiencing heavy menstrual periods every month can be frustrating. Uterine ablation can be a remedy for many women with menorrhagia.
A laparoscopic hysterectomy uses minimally invasive techniques to remove the uterus. After surgery, certain steps can help women heal safely.
Endometriosis can cause painful menstrual cramps and heavy periods. Some women decide to have a hysterectomy to decrease pain.
If treated, endometriosis does not put a woman's life at risk. Laparoscopic hysterectomy is for women who have failed medical treatments.
Women struggling with infertility may need a diagnostic hysteroscopy. The procedure can identify and treat fertility issues.
Hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that treats conditions. One reason to get a hysteroscopy is for abnormal uterine bleeding.
AUB can be painful. Endometrial ablation has been used as a treatment. Consider these 3 reasons women choose this option.
A laparoscopy hysterectomy is a procedure to remove the uterus. By asking the surgeon 3 key questions, women can feel more at ease.
Endometriosis may cause fertility problems. Can women still get pregnant with the condition? Know these 3 myths about female fertility.