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Every month countless women suffer abdominal pain caused due to
the menstrual cycle. Nigel Cronin at
the University of Bath, UK, has
developed a microwave probe to
treat this problem. The probe,
inserted into the uterus, sends out
heat producing microwaves of 3.3
cm wavelengths which destroy only
the endometrium lining of the
uterus shed during menstruation.
The probe takes less than
three minutes to complete its task
and the lining is shed out over
the next few days. Microsulis, a
company in Portsmouth, hopes to
start marketing the probe early next
year on behalf of the University of
Bath (New Scientist, Vol 148, No 2000).