The myolysis procedure performed with Cool RF is a suitable method especially for those who have obesity problems, who want to become pregnant later or who are afraid of surgery.

Since the needle tip used in the myolysis process is between 12-20 degrees, this process is called cold radiofrequency or Cool RF. In this system, there is a generator and transvaginal RF electrode with its own algorithm for the first time in the world.

Since myolysis is the most minimally invasive method, the healing process is very short and comfortable. Patients are discharged the same day after the procedure. There is no problem in returning to their daily lives in the following few days.

There are various methods other than the cold RF method. Microwave radiofrequency and cryomyolysis are some of them. These methods also have some advantages and disadvantages.

Yes, myomas can prevent pregnancy. If the myoma originates from the endometrium or distorts the shape of the endometrium, it prevents the embryo from attaching to the endometrium and thus may prevent pregnancy. In addition, myomas affecting the endometrium increase the risk of miscarriage in pregnant women.

Uterine myomas ; If it is close to the cervix and has closed the cervix, you may not have a period because the menstrual bleeding cannot flow out of the uterus. Menstrual fluid that cannot discharge from the cervix accumulates in the uterine cavity, causing tension in the uterine cavity and severe cramp-like pain in the lower abdomen.

It may destroy some user’s fertility. People who do not respond to medications or other treatments may require removal of the uterus. So, do all uterine myomas cause pregnancy problems? Although there is no single answer to this question. However, when most myomas are treated with regular check-ups, medication, or operations where the uterus is not removed, the chance of conception does not disappear.

Because of the risk of excessive bleeding during a cesarean section, the risk of bleeding may be greater if the myomas are removed However, if the myomas are outside the uterine wall and fixed there, they can be removed. Those who have had uterine myoma surgery before pregnancy may experience a uterine rupture during childbirth, although this is very unlikely. It is very important that this information is given to the pregnant woman before birth. Explosions are never seen in myomas. It should not be confused with ovarian cyst. Myomas are smooth muscle tumors. Their shape is the consistency of hard rubber or as hard as a rock. In order not to confuse these two diseases, gynecological examination should be done correctly. Thus, the correct diagnosis leads to the correct treatment.

Myomas show some changes over time and this is called “degeneration”. Although there are many types of degeneration, the most important is sarcomatous degeneration. Sarcomatous degeneration indicates that the myoma is now malignant. Because myomas are benign tumors, they are not usually called cancer. However, when sarcomatous changes are seen, the myomas is now called cancer. Although different figures are given in many studies on the subject, the incidence of sarcoma in myoma (probability of cancer) is one in 500 women. This probability increases as the patient ages. In other words, younger patients are less likely to have malignant myomas . Without surgery, it is very difficult to tell whether a myoma is benign or malignant. Although some methods are used today, this diagnosis is usually made after myoma removal and pathological examination.

Myomas are benign tumors arising from the smooth muscle tissue of the uterus. Myomas may return after medical or surgical treatment. If the patient’s uterus is removed (hysterectomy), the myomas do not recur because the uterus is completely removed and there is no uterine muscle tissue left.

Myomas can cause some problems in your sex life, depending on where they form in the uterus. In the presence of vaginal uterine myomas , sexual intercourse is quite difficult. Again, submucosal and cervical myomas may cause pain during intercourse and bleeding after intercourse. Intramural and subserial myomas usually do not cause any complaints, and they may rarely cause pain during intercourse.

Myomas are benign tumors arising from the muscle layer of the uterus. Cysts are benign structures arising from the ovaries. So they both come from different places. Cysts are usually filled with fluid. Myoma, on the other hand, has a specific structure.