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The Sonata Treatment is an incision-free alternative for heavy menstrual bleeding caused by uterine fibroids.

What are Uterine Fibroids?


Fibroids are non-cancerous growths in or around your uterus. They are very common and most women develop them during child-bearing age.

Uterine fibroids may cause uncomfortable symptoms including heavy bleeding and painful periods. Problematic fibroids can range in size from a grape to a grapefruit.

Symptoms may worsen over time if fibroids are left untreated.

Common Treatment Options

The most common treatment is to remove all fibroids by removing the entire uterus. This is a significant surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia, requiring as much as a 5-6 day hospital stay, and up to 6 weeks of recovery (depending on surgical approach).

A surgical procedure that removes the fibroids but spares the uterus. This procedure has limitations depending on the location of the fibroids and is performed under general anesthesia. It often requires incisions in the abdomen, and presents similar risks to other surgery.

How the Sonata Treatment Works

The Sonata Treatment targets a wide range of fibroid types and locations. It is a procedure that preserves the uterus, is incision-free, and may be performed without general anesthesia.

Radiofrequency energy is delivered to the fibroid. Fibroids shrink over time to relieve symptoms.

  • The doctor passes the Sonata probe through the vagina and into the uterus.
  • Ultrasound waves from the tip are used to locate the fibroid.
  • The Sonata probe delivers energy to shrink the fibroid.
  • The probe is repositioned to treat additional fibroids or it is removed from the patient.

In a clinical study, within three months following their Sonata treatment, 9 out of 10 women reported lighter periods.*

Is the Sonata Treatment right for you?

  • Are you worried about needing to change your pads or tampons every 2-3 hours?
  • Do your periods last longer than normal?
  • Do you wake up throughout the night after bleeding through your pads or tampons?

Women with similar symptoms found relief with the Sonata Treatment and 88% were overall satisfied when surveyed after 12 months.*

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*J Gynecological Surgery The FAST-EU trial: 12-month clinical outcomes of women after intrauterine sonography-guided transcervical radiofrequency ablation of uterine fibroids. 2015-10-01 Brölmann, H, Bongers, M, Garza-Leal, J, Gupta, J, Veersema, S, Quartero, R, Toub, D,
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