Endometrial ablation

This method

It is currently used as an alternative to avoid having a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus), unnecessary, it should be applied in patients who have heavy bleeding or other benign diseases such as polyps, myomas: intra uterine, endometrial hyperplasia and other type of uterine diseases, this technique should not be used in patients who have CA of endometrium or who still wish to have pregnancies.

It consists in the thermal extirpation of the inner layer of the uterus, called “endometrium”, after the visualization of the uterine cavity with the use of a very thin optical equipment, of last generation, known as hysteroscope and the use of these new technologies that cauterize the endometrial cavity allow to diminish the hemorrhages, the anemia and to alleviate the menstrual pain.


Minimally invasive, conservative procedure. No wound is produced, it is entered through natural orifices

The ovaries continue to function and produce hormones without the patient having menopausal symptoms

All the pelvic organs are kept in place, avoiding bladder drops and urinary incontinence

Vaginal lubrication remains normal therefore activity and sexual pleasure are normal

No possibility of injury to other organs contiguous organs

Substantial decrease in menstrual pain and anemia that many women with these uterine hemorrhages can reach

Improves female self-esteem and quality of life

Outpatient procedure

Quick recovery

Immediate reinstatement to daily activities

Emotionally stable


New technologies that are being used for Endometrial Ablation


Radio Frequency

Minerva Surgical

Radio Frequency and Argon