Bleeding after and Endometrial Ablation?

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Endometrial ablation is a surgical procedure that burns the endometrium. The goal of ablation is to permanently scar the endometrium, preventing build up so there is nothing shed during menstruation. Some women continue to have bleeding after an endometrial ablation because areas of the endometrium are burned unevenly. After ablation, the uterus continues to function properly with the natural engorgement of blood in preparation for menstruation. This can cause constant, debilitating pain in some people. The only recourse for this is a hysterectomy.
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