Endometriosis Awareness takes place across the globe during the month of March with a mission to raise awareness of the disease, which occurs in about one in ten women of reproductive age. It is most often diagnosed in women in their 30s and 40s. Endometriosis can impact a woman’s quality of life if mild to severe pain exists, and if left untreated, can lead to infertility. Because of its impact, it’s important to understand the facts around endometriosis so that you can benefit from early detection and treatment. Read More
This is the first in a series of five blogs about common conditions that can cause abnormal uterine bleeding.
Many of our patients experience mild pain and cramping during their menstruation. But what about the patients who are forced to endure severe pain and discomfort, causing them to miss school and work on a monthly basis?
For many of these women, endometriosis is the cause.
The good news is that we are able to offer medical treatments and fertility-sparing surgical options that can alleviate endometriosis pain for most patients.
Join me on Thursday, October 27 at 7:30 pm at Norwalk Hospital for a free educational seminar to discusss Minimally Invasive Surgery for the treatment of Pelvic Prolapse, Uterine Fibroids and Endometriosis. To register call 1-866-NHB-WELL.
In my last blog, I mentioned that da Vinci surgery provides precision that’s crucial when working in close proximity to delicate organs like the bladder. In addition, the camera technology provides a great deal of detail. If you’re facing the prospect of surgery and you think of the kind of surgery you’d prefer to have, hopefully words like detail and precision are ones that come to mind.
This combination of detail and precision makes da Vinci very well suited for a variety of surgery types and procedures, including several that I do regularly as part of my medical practice. For this blog I thought I’d talk about da Vinci surgery and hysterectomy. Read More