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Uterine polyps removed. Endometrial ablation recommended. Is balloon method or roller ball method better?

I had two uterine polyps removed yesterday in my Dr. office. I had one removed two years ago. I am having an ultrasound on Wednesday to make sure I do not have any others that she was not able to see. She recommended an endometrial ablation. How does a Dr. decide to use the balloon method, versus the roller ball, or other methods that I have read about. I am post menopausal. What are the chances of them returning after this procedure?
Thank you for your help.
Julie C.
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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hello julie c,,
there are many methods of uterine ablations ,,,the choice of method depends on the pts problem,needs,gynaecologist,the centre or hospital..
but now a days latest techniques have arrived which very efficient and safe..
i suggest roller ball method is more efficient ,safe and long relief..but the treating doctor is the best person to decide what is good for you..bye take care
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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