We are dedicated to helping you during multiple stages of life to feel like your best self. We, as women, know that menstrual cycles will be in our lives for a while and are experienced differently from one woman to the next. For many women, menstrual cycles are very heavy and uncomfortable, but with the help of endometrial ablation, a heavy menstrual cycle will be a thing of the past. There is no downtime, no premedication to take, and results are almost immediate.

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At a Glance

  • Suitable for: Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Best Results: 1 treatment
  • Duration of Results: 1 to 2 years
  • Treatment Recovery: 1 week
  • Risks & Complications: Low
  • Anesthetic: Local anesthesia with intravenous sedation
  • Procedure Time: 20 minutes
  • Back to Work: 1 week

How it Works

Endometrial ablation is a one-time, minimally invasive procedure that will either lighten or end your heavy bleeding during your menstrual cycle. This procedure involves using specialized tools that deliver radiofrequency energy to destroy (ablate) the linings of the uterus (endometrium). Radiofrequency energy vaporizes the endometrial tissues within minutes, which reduces, or, in some cases, completely stops menstrual bleeding.


Heavy menstrual bleeding may cause tiredness and nausea, moodiness, and missing work. Endometrial ablation in Dayton, Ohio, from Rosalind Mascall, MD, directly treats heavy menstrual bleeding and can drastically reduce these everyday issues. This procedure is especially suitable for women experiencing unusually heavy periods, anemia from blood loss, or periods that last longer than eight days.


  • Reduced menstrual bleeding within a year
  • No pretreatment medicine
  • No hormonal side effects
  • No cuts necessary
  • Concludes within 30 minutes
  • Resume daily activities in a few days
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The Treatment Overview

Your endometrial ablation starts with a personalized consultation with Dr. Roz, our fellowship-trained gynecologist and obstetrician. She will listen to your concerns and expectations, review your medical history, and determine if you’re a viable candidate for the procedure. After her assessment, she’ll curate a personalized treatment plan for you.

Your endometrial ablation will be performed as an in-office and outpatient procedure under local anesthesia with intravenous sedation. After delivering local anesthesia, Dr. Roz will insert a slender wand-like instrument inside the uterus. Once activated, the device will channel radiofrequency energy to vaporize the endometrial tissue. The device will then be removed.

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Recovery & Results

You may experience menstrual-like cramps, discomfort, and a watery vaginal discharge (with some blood) for a few days. You may also experience frequent urination for up to 24 hours after the procedure. Dr. Roz will recommend over-the-counter medications to reduce discomfort and alleviate cramping. However, you can resume most of your daily activities and work after a week, liberated from heavy menstrual bleeding for a year or more.

Dr. Roz

Dr. Roz is a fellowship-trained gynecologist and obstetrician specializing in surgical and non-surgical treatments. She wants women to feel fabulous, so they can do fabulous things. If your heavy menstrual bleeding gets in the way of your daily activities and lowers your productivity and quality of life, Dr. Roz will gladly explore treatment options in Dayton, Ohio. Please schedule a consultation to explore your candidacy for endometrial ablation.

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