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We have provided additional information to help you better understand abnormal uterine bleeding, and the NovaSure system.

This information is not meant to take the place of your doctor's advice - only your doctor can provide information and advice about your own specific healthcare needs.

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We have provided additional information to help you better understand abnormal uterine bleeding, and the NovaSure system.

This information is not meant to take the place of your doctor's advice - only your doctor can provide information and advice about your own specific healthcare needs.

What to Expect

Expect lighter periods—or no periods at all

In a clinical study, 9 out of 10 women returned to having light or normal periods, and 4 out of 10 stopped bleeding altogether.1

What's involved with having the NovaSure procedure?

This simple, safe procedure can be done right in your doctor's office. You can have the procedure any time during your cycle—even if you are bleeding at the time! Here's what you can expect before, during and after you have the NovaSure procedure.

Is it right for me?

Why should I consider the procedure?

NovaSure endometrial ablation - a quick procedure that can be done in your doctor's office... proven safe and effective... no hormones needed, no hysterectomy. Having the NovaSure procedure is one of the easiest ways to eliminate heavy bleeding to dramatically improve your quality of life—and free you to do all the activities you love. 

What is NovaSure Endometrial Ablation?

Quick - Simple - Safe and Effective


QUICK — The actual procedure is done in just five minutes.

SIMPLE — There's no pre-treatment required. And you can have the procedure done any time during your cycle, even if you're bleeding.It can also be performed right in your doctor's office.

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE — Approved by the FDA in 2001 with more than 15 years of clinical experience.1
 

What Are Heavy Periods?

What's normal? What's not?

Are your periods painful? Do they often last more than seven days—sometimes more than two weeks? Do you find yourself changing your protection every hour—hour after hour? Do you avoid certain activities that might cause embarrassing accidents—or miss too much work? Are you tired, moody or depressed during that endless "time of the month"?

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