Does anyone know if cauterization is te same as ablation?? Just curious because I had surgery for an ectopic and the doctor said she cauterized the inside of my uterus to help with the post op bleeding and I just read about how ablation will kill your fertility. I can't seem to find a definitive answer on the web. Thanks for your help.
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I am sorry you feel this way. Personally I did not see this post. But I know it is frustrating to ask and not get an answer. To answer your question , although you probably don't want an answer from any of us now, ablation and cauterization is not the same. Ablation is the removal/destruction of your uterine lining. It is used is some women as an alternative to a hysterectomy and will stop the thickening of the endometrium and in turn stop heavy periods and sometimes srop your period altogether . Cauterization is for lack of a better word, burning the top layer of the incision or wound to close it up and stop bleeding. In your case when she removed the ectopic pregancy and I assume the tube, she probably cauterized the opening from the tube to the uterus to keep blood and fluid from filling the the uterus.
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