Many women with fibroids have no symptoms and require no intervention. However, fibroids can cause symptoms that significantly interfere with daily activities. Women diagnosed with uterine fibroids also have a higher risk of infertility compared to women without fibroids. Learn more at Fibroid Treatments.
The Sonata Treatment is an incisionless treatment option for women with symptomatic uterine fibroids. The technical term for the procedure is Transcervical Fibroid Ablation (TFA). Learn more at Why Sonata?
The Sonata handpiece is inserted by the doctor through the vagina and into the uterus. Radiofrequency energy is delivered to the fibroid, causing it to shrink over time and relieve symptoms. Learn more at How Sonata Works.
Your doctor will ensure that you are comfortable during the procedure. Sonata is typically performed under general or local anaesthesia. Your doctor will discuss your options and determine what is best for you.
The safety and effectiveness of the Sonata Treatment in women who wish to get pregnant has not been determined. Potential risks or benefits regarding pregnancy are unknown but patients have reported getting pregnant post-treatment. Talk to your doctor about any fertility questions regarding the Sonata Treatment.