I'm very curious to know whether anyone who's had an ablation (mine will be Thermachoice) remembers their procedure and can talk about it. I mean, I know what to expect on paper, but that's different from hearing someone share their personal experience.
And while this video presents awake patients as the norm, everyone I've talked to personally (that I remember, anyway) about the procedure has been under IV sedation as well and has not actually remembered much about the ablation itself:
(And yeah, I'm a little skeptical of the source's bias there, but studies, albeit small ones, have borne out similar findings.)
Anyone who can recount a firsthand experience of the procedure itself, even if it's another method of endometrial ablation?
Also, just for fun, this hilarious video** promoting Thermachoice III.
** It's a video for endometrial ablation, so I don't know that I'd call it safe for work. However, inside that context, it's not particularly graphic.