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    Hi, we’re Acessa.

    We’re elevating the standard of care for uterine fibroids.

    The Acessa procedure. Backed by science, studies and success stories.

    Why Acessa

    Because you deserve a life without fibroid symptoms. And contrary to popular belief, hysterectomy is not the only way to get there. That’s why we created a woman-focused alternative to hysterectomy and myomectomy for fibroids.

    It’s the treatment that treats women’s bodies with care.

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    What are Uterine Fibroids?

    Uterine fibroids are benign growths that occur in the uterus. They range in size, quantity, and location. Fibroid tissue on its own can be harmless, but for some of us, fibroids can cause severe discomfort and take a toll on our daily lives. 13

    Good news: there are options.

    Proven Results


    women have chosen the Acessa procedure. 12


    of women in the clinical study recommended Acessa. 1


    of women in the clinical study said the procedure helped with symptoms. 1

    *Based on a survey from a clinical study N = 124 1

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