The Sonata Treatment is an incision-free solution, clinically proven to reduce fibroid symptoms. This treatment can address a wide range of fibroid types, sizes, and uterine locations. Multiple fibroids can be treated during a single procedure.
The fibroids are treated from inside the uterus, so there are no incisions (which means no scarring), no tissue needs to be cut or surgically removed – and the uterus is preserved.
The Sonata procedure typically takes less than one hour, depending on the number and size of fibroids treated.
On average, women return to normal activity in a couple of days. Some patients see improvements in heavy menstrual bleeding within their first cycle. In general, it may take 2-3 cycles, or in some cases, longer.
How Sonata Works
The Sonata Treatment uses a handpiece with a miniature high-resolution ultrasound tip that allows the doctor to see the fibroids from inside the uterus during the procedure, and then treat each fibroid with a process called an “ablation.”
The doctor passes the Sonata
Treatment handpiece through
the vagina and into the uterus.
Ultrasound waves from the tip
are used to locate the fibroid.
The Sonata Treatment handpiece delivers radiofrequency energy to shrink the fibroid over time and reduce symptoms.
Possible Side Effects
The Sonata Treatment has been clinically proven to be safe and effective in women with symptomatic uterine fibroids. Most side effects are typically minor and temporary.
There are risks associated with any medical procedure. Your doctor should discuss all risks in detail.
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