MINIMALLY INVASIVE GYNECOLOGY
Minimally invasive gynecology involves treatments and procedures done to women who have common gynecological conditions. These treatments and procedures use advanced technologies to ensure the patient has minimal pain, incisions, scarring, and most importanly limited downtime.
Abnormal bleeding, or Menorrhagia, which can be caused by hormonal changes, fibroids, infections, or diseases
Fibroids - benign growths in the uterus
Endometriosis - tissue that appears outside the uterus and causes pelvic pain and infertility
Adenomyosis - a non-cancerous condition
Pelvic Support Problems - the uterus falls from its normal position and descends into the vagina
Cancer of the uterus and cervix
Understanding the Procedures
All of the procedures done to relieve women of common gynecological conditions involve minimal incisions, if any. Laparoscopy, the insertion of a micro camera through a small incision in the abdomen, is commonly used during minimally invasive procedures. The patient will undergo general anesthesia before proceeding with the surgerical process. Due to the small incision, there is minimal scarring and the recovery time of these procedures is very short making it easier to go back to your normal routine.