Adenomyosis Treatment Options

Your adenomyosis treatment options depend on your symptoms and your past treatments. Sydney Fibroid Clinic offers medical therapies, Mirena IUD, uterine artery embolisation, and hysterectomy as a last resort.


Medical Therapy for Adenomyosis

Medical therapy for adenomyosis refers to medications or pills aimed at easing symptoms. These treatments, however, are

Mirena IUD for Adenomyosis

In A Nutshell Mirena is a progestogen-releasing contraceptive IUD. Mirena alleviates adenomyosis-related HMB and

Uterine Artery Embolisation for Adenomyosis

Uterine artery embolisation (UAE)  is a safe, minimally invasive, non-surgical alternative to a hysterectomy. Reducing

Endometrial Ablation for Adenomyosis

Endometrial ablation uses heat energy to destroy the inner lining of the uterus, so bleeding will be reduced. However

Hysterectomy for Adenomyosis

A hysterectomy is a surgical operation in which all or part of the uterus is removed. Hysterectomy is a major operati

Surgical Removal of Adenomyosis

Generally speaking, adenomyosis is not suitable for surgical removal. Adenomyosis is often a diffuse infiltrative proces

Do I Need Treatment?

If adenomyosis symptoms are impacting on your quality of life, you may need to seek treatments from your GP.

If simple measures have not been effective, UAE could be a viable treatment for you; especially if you wish to preserve your uterus, avoid major surgery and recover quickly.

If you’re unsure and would like a specialist opinion,  book a consultation to see us.