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Cryotherapy of Uterus

Cryotherapy of Uterus 

Freezing the endometrium by cryoablation technique 

Many women have severe menstrual pain and bleeding and, sometimes, bleeding is not normal. In the past, the only treatment method was to use hormone or hysterectomy. Today, using modern techniques such as (RF & cryoablation), the endometrium that causes severe bleeding can be destroyed with very low side effects, and on an outpatient basis. 

Hwo is cryoablation performed 

Cryoprobe will be inserted into the uterus through the vagina under ultrasound guidance. Once cryoprobe is placed in contact with the uterus and activated, a ring of frozen tissue will be quickly formed and spread that destroys the endometrium. 

Priority of cryoablation over surgery 
This procedure is performed on an outpatient basis and in a very short time. It requires a very light anesthesia and the patient can return to daily activities in the shortest time possible. 
In other methods such as the use of hormones, curettage, and hysterectomy, the treatment response will be weaker and longer. 

The cases recommended to be treated by cryoablation are as follow: 
Those who have long menstrual periods 
Those with excessive, abnormal bleeding 

Duration of the surgery 

This surgery is performed in a short time and it takes less than 30 minutes. 24 hours after the surgery, the patient will be able to carry out the daily activities. 

Preparations for the surgery

Pre-operative fasting for 6 hours 
Having all medical records related to the disease 
Having blood coagulation test results 
Having a companion to do the patients administrative affairs 
Taking shower and hair removal 

The possibility of recurrence 

Freeze the uterine lining is not meant to cure one hundred percent. It has not been possible in some areas there remain frozen mucus that causes recurrent and if need be frozen in the next control.

Admitted to practice

This is usually done on an outpatient basis and the patient to be discharged after 3 to 4 hours.

Symptoms after surgery
After the operation the patient is pain in the uterus is normal that these symptoms for up to 48 hours.

Follow-up Treatment

One month after the operation and control must refer to checkup.

Complications of cryotherapy ablation

This complication is very low and will not usually a serious problem for the patient, which can include recurrence Yafvnt that the visit will be examined and treated.

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