hello, I had my hydro therm ablation procedure done 10 days ago. I feel great. I don't have much of brown discharge. I went to see my doctor today and asked her when should i return to normal activities. she replies that I am able to return to normal activities, but no sex. I have to wait for 8 weeks. I asked my doctor why do i have to wait for that long. she explained that she wants to make my uterus and lining are back to normal (healing process). Does anyone could share your experience with me. i am really appreciated.
I am 50 years old and just had the nova sure done 3 days ago the bleeding is starting to slow down alot. My doctor who is a specialist with the nova sure procedure told me I would also have a discharge for about 6 weeks but could resume sexual activities after the bleeding stops. I felt great the very next day and it was a pleasant experience for me. I will keep you guys informed as the weeks go bye but so far so good.
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