How Long Can I Recover from Endometrial Ablation?

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I hate I got that surgery it done put me through a lot of pain and sending my blood pressure real high and the pain was so server that I couldn't eat
It's terrible. Does it happen to everyone after a surgery?
I agree, the pain was unbearable. I had to take extra days off from work. I could not go back to my routine as they claimed.
It didn't happen to me at least. I've never known anyone else that's had it done.
So you're the lucky one.
Sandy, did you have a cervical ablation? I'd like to learn more b/c I'm thinking of asking for one, due to precancerous cells.
I hate I got that surgery it done put me through a lot of pain and sending my blood pressure real high and the pain was so server that I couldn't eat
It's terrible. Does it happen to everyone after a surgery?
I’m in constant pain! I get relief from 10 Aleive and 3 ibuprofen 800mg a day! It’s rediculous!
Guess I'm one of the lucky ones. I had endometrial ablation in 2008, and I recovered rather fast, without much pain at all after. However, ever since the procedure I have abdominal cramps around same each month like menstrual cramps. I can't understand it.
I'd suggest a visit to your family practice doctor. He would possibly order an ultrasound for you to rule out other potential major issues. If things are not settled, you need to make an appointment with your gynecologist who can order an immediate vaginal ultrasound for you. The ultrasound will show if there're any pockets of fluid in your lower abdominal area and uterus.
It could probably be the scar tissue associated with this procedure. Ibuprofen may help, which would give some relief for most patients. Also, do a uterus ultrasound to exclude other problems associated with the surgery.
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