One woman’s experience with endometrial ablation failure

I took a call yesterday from a woman in the southern tier. We get 2-3 of these calls in a typical week from all over the United States. Fortunately this woman lived only a few hours away—for the sake of this article we’ll call her “Bonnie”. I’m writing about her because her’s is a classic case of “late-onset-endometrial ablation failure (LOEAF)”.

Her endometrial ablation was performed 10 year ago with one of the commonly used ablation devices. She did well for nearly 10 years—which is great. Now, at age 39, she reports that beginning in the fall of 2016 she began experiencing a slight bout of abdominal pain.

By December her pain was intense Continue reading “One woman’s experience with endometrial ablation failure”