Is your period affecting your
ability to live your life?

Are your periods painful?

Do they often last more than seven days—sometimes more than two weeks? Do you find yourself having to change your protection too often, avoiding certain activities that might cause accidents or missing work?

The reality is that 1 in 5 women suffer
from heavy periods.1

According to The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada, up to 30% of women will seek medical assistance for the problem of heavy menstrual bleeding during their reproductive years.2

Heavy periods can wreak havoc.

In our 30s and 40s, as we approach menopause, we’re more likely to develop abnormal menstrual bleeding. Unfortunately, having heavy periods means a lot more than simply heavy bleeding; heavy periods can wreak havoc in our lives.

According to a 2018 survey3 of Canadian women who suffer from heavy menstrual bleeding, half of women say that heavy periods impact on their overall lifestyle, more than half say their physical wellbeing is affected and 1 in 5 say heavy periods have affected their career or choice of jobs.

NovaSure may be your solution.

This one-time five-minute procedure is designed to remove just the uterine lining-the endometrium-which is the part of your body that causes heavy bleeding. No incisions are required, leaving your uterus intact.


The actual procedure is done in just five minutes.


There’s no pre-treatment required. And you can have the procedure done any time during your cycle, even if you’re bleeding.

Safe and Effective

Approved by the FDA and Health Canada in 2001 with more than 15 years of clinical experience4.

3+ million women

have been treated with the NovaSure endometrial ablation procedure.4

For 90% of women

in a clinical trial menstrual bleeding is dramatically reduced or stopped altogether.2


would recommend the procedure to a friend.2

Find a NovaSure Physician.

No matter where you are in Canada, many physicians perform the NovaSure procedure. Use this tool to find a NovaSure physician close to you and talk to your family doctor for a referral.





1.National Women’s Health Resource Center Survey of women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding. Data on file: 2005. 2.Endometrial Ablation in the Management of Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 2015. 3.Opinium Research LLP, Data was collected through a 2017 online survey of 1,004 Canadian women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding. 4.Hologic Inc., Data on file. 5.Cooper J. et al. A randomized multicenter trial of safety and efficacy of the NovaSure system in the treatment of menorrhagia. J Am. Assoc. Gynecol. Laparaosc. 2002: 9:418-428.