I had a laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy when I was 37 due to heavy bleeding and anemia with a hemoglobin under 7 that wouldn't respond to iron supplements. I kept my ovaries. Best decision I ever made!! Sex is just as good - if not better and I never had any of the complications that you listed.

That said, I wouldn't have done it IF I still wanted kids. But I had already had 3 and had already had a tubal ligation. I'm assuming you don't want any (more) kids. I'm also assuming that you've had the surgery pre-approved by your insurance company. You've got to have some sort of significant diagnosis beyond "light bleeding every day." And if the ablation didn't work, then I'm not sure what other alternative you have.... Best of luck. I think you have to trust your gut and do what feels right to you.
Originally Posted by 2poodles
Yes, I am done having kids (had essure performed 3.5 yrs ago) and yes, it's been approved.

Just trying to psych myself back into it.
Originally Posted by spiderlashes5000
Do you realize that some women have problems after getting Essure, such as allergy to the metal, and scar issue building up, that can cause a variety of weird gyno symtoms, like unusual bleeding, cramps, bloating, etc. You may want to read up on that.
Essure Problems Continue Among Women Vervilledeb1's Blog
Originally Posted by crwritt
You might be onto something. The thought has crossed my mind. So now I am reading more.

I got an U/S but didn't really think to look at it to see if one of the coils has migrated.

I am going to get a third opinion.

Thanks, everyone!
3b (with 3c tendencies) on modified CG