Endometrial Ablation (cont.)
It is important to adhere to your OB/GYN surgeon's recommendations regarding follow-up examinations and visits. Some women do experience a regrowth of endometrium that can lead to recurrent bleeding. Inform your physician if you are experiencing any adverse effects or recurrence of symptoms.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/23/2014
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