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All Live Comfortably videos are intended for general awareness of heavy periods and treatment options. If you suffer from heavy periods, talk to your doctor. Your doctor will advise you of the most suitable treatment options for your personal situation. Views and opinions expressed herein by third parties are theirs alone. Testimonials appearing in this video are from real patients. They are individual experiences, reflecting their personal real-life experiences. Every woman is different and not all patients will have the same experience. An endometrial ablation is indicated for premenopausal women with benign causes of heavy menstrual bleeding who have completed their childbearing.