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August 29, 2018

If you have had an endometrial ablation and have developed symptoms of pelvic pain you might have post endometrial ablation syndrome.  It is a constellation of symptoms due to entrapped blood (hematometra) or tissue within a uterus that has previously undergone an endometrial ablation.

While relatively uncommon, it may be...

July 22, 2018

  1. Ovarian cancer is very serious, and often deadly, but screening is for high risk patients. Over 90% of women will survive their ovarian cancer if it is picked up in Stage 1.  You should ONLY be screened for Ovarian Cancer if you have KNOWN risk factors.

  2. You should be screened for ovarian cancer if you are at high...

April 12, 2018

Generally the uterus is about the size of an egg, well contained in the pelvis if not pregnant, and cannot cause the abdominal wall to protrude.

Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumor growth. The muscle knots that comprise a fibroid uterus can be microscopically sized or very large.

The total weight of a woman's uterus in...

April 11, 2018

1Breaking the cycle of recurrent infections can be difficult. Once you have had repeated vaginal infections there can be a number of physiologic barriers to healing.

1.The little known concept is that you may have developed a biofilm.  The presence of a biofilm. Biofilm is matrix of substances produced by bacteria that cau...

February 23, 2018

Varicose Veins of the vulva are not uncommon, and may not need to be treated, but come in to discuss as they might be indicating more serious disease. Here’s what you need to know:

  • The reasons for the appearance of varicosities are complex. Natural twists and turns of veins, veins that carry additional blood flow, slow...

January 5, 2018

What makes your cervix healthy? Here’s how you can check for yourself

Most women do not need to check their cervix, and typically these are facts your gyno can quickly ascertain and explain to you. In addition, your gyno can offer tests and therapies if there is anything out of order. But if you want to understand more abo...