Gyn Problems, Special Procedures

We encourage you to call your physician if you are experiencing one of these:

Gynecologic Problems:

Pelvic pain, pressure, or discomfort
Unusually heavy periods, post-menopausal bleeding, or other abnormal bleeding
Difficult menstrual periods or premenstrual syndrome
A change in the breast
Difficulties with bladder control
Other bowel or urinary symptoms
Problems with menopause
Other concerns you may have

Your physician will evaluate your condition and recommend treatment options including medical management or surgery when appropriate.

In-Office Care for Common Gynecologic Problems:

Colposcopy and LEEP for evaluation and management of abnormal Pap tests
Treatment for infections of the urinary tract, the reproductive organs, and STDs
Management of sexual health issues (painful intercourse, problems with interest in or response to sex)

Evaluation and Care of Urinary Incontinence (bladder control problems):

Non-surgical treatment/medication
Minimally-invasive surgical treatment (urethral sling procedure)

Gynecologic Surgical Care–including minimally-invasive procedures whenever possible:

Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy
Dilation and Curettage (D&C)
Hysterectomy including, laparoscopic, robotic, and traditional approach
Endometrial Ablation
Laparoscopic and robotic endometriosis resection

GYN Problems, Special Procedures Topics & FAQs