Do you have uterine fibroids that are creating problems? And are you considering having them surgically removed? Read on to learn why fibroids can cause problems and how robotic-assisted surgery has helped many women get relief.
You’re opting for a hysterectomy to improve your quality of life, but you’re wondering what that life will look like after your procedure. Here’s a look at what you can expect after your robotic hysterectomy.
Endometriosis can cast a wide net over your reproductive organs and urinary tract. When urinary tract endometriosis develops, which, thankfully, isn't common, the complications can be quite serious. Read on to learn more.
Sex is one area of your life that shouldn’t be associated with pain and discomfort, yet three-quarters of women experience painful sex at some point in their lives. Here’s a look at a few of the causes.
You’re in your late 40s and your periods are starting to become erratic or abnormal, which is a perfectly natural occurrence as your body sets up for menopause. Here’s a look at what many women encounter.
When you have endometriosis, fertility issues can arise that make becoming pregnant more challenging. That said, plenty of women successfully build families despite the condition, and we can help you with the same goal.
Of the many unfortunate symptoms that accompany endometriosis, painful sex is among the more common. To prevent this condition from overshadowing this aspect of your life, we discuss how you can improve intimacy.
Polycystic ovary syndrome affects 1 in 10 women in their childbearing years, making it a fairly common issue. Here, we take a closer look at this gynecologic condition and what your treatment options are.
Uterine fibroids are incredibly common, and most women aren’t even aware of their existence. When fibroids become problematic, however, they can make themselves known in many ways, nine of which we review here.
Despite awareness efforts, the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States is reaching all-time highs in recent years. Here, we look at five of the more common STDs in women.
Your endometriosis has driven you to the point where surgery is your best option and you’re hopeful that your fertility and/or your quality of life will be restored. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case.
Painful periods, pain during sex, infertility, lethargy — it’s little wonder that the symptoms of endometroisis can greatly affect your mental health. In this blog, we take a closer look at this connection.
Are you experiencing pelvic pain and bowel issues? And are you assuming that the symptoms are related to a gastrointestinal problem? Not so fast. Reproductive health issues can also cause these same side effects.
While you may not have heard the term “adenomyosis,” it might surprise you to know that the condition may affect up to 65% of females. Here’s a look at what this condition is and whether there’s a cause for concern.
The hallmarks of endometriosis are painful and abnormal periods. Unfortunately, this fairly common problem can also lead to unwelcome changes in your pelvic region. Here’s a look at this far-reaching condition.
Even under normal circumstances, periods aren’t exactly comfortable events. When they’re painful or prolonged, your menstrual cycles become a quality-of-life issue rather than a hassle, and we can help.
While growths in your uterus may sound alarming, the fact is that uterine fibroids are very common and mostly harmless. That said, there are times when fibroids can become problematic, which is where we come in.
While endometriosis can impact your quality of life in many ways, from heavy bleeding to pelvic pain, it can also affect your fertility. The good news is that an endometriosis diagnosis doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t get pregnant.
Women are generally no strangers to painful periods. In fact, 80% experience them at some point during their lives. Persistently painful periods, however, may signal a more serious problem, such as endometriosis.
A woman's health is governed, to a surprising degree, by her reproductive health, which is why women benefit from specialized gynecological care. Here’s a look at just a few of the reasons why you should seek gynecological care.
If you’re struggling with pain because of endometriosis, one of the best ways to tackle the problem is through hormone therapy. Here’s a look at how hormones may hold the key to helping you find much-needed relief.
Uterine fibroids are incredibly common, affecting up to 80% of women in their childbearing years. Even though they’re mostly benign, you should know what uterine fibroids are and when they may need treatment.
The first thing to understand about urinary incontinence is that you’re not alone. Millions of Americans have daily problems with it. The second thing you need to understand is that effective solutions are available. Read on to learn more.
Uterine fibroids can cause severe pain and discomfort during your periods. Now there’s a minimally invasive option that can treat your condition. Robot-assisted myomectomies are a safe and effective way to remove fibroids.
Hysterectomies have come a long way. With robotic-assisted surgery, incisions are smaller and much more precise. Read on to learn about the advantages of getting a hysterectomy with robotic-assisted surgery.
If you’ve been having trouble conceiving and have been diagnosed with endometriosis, a condition called “frozen pelvis” could be the reason you can’t get pregnant. Find out how to overcome this infertility.
Your periods seem unstoppable, your back is killing you, and you cramp, spot, and keep rushing to the restroom. It sounds like a classic case of uterine fibroids. If you need surgery to remove them, there’s never been a better time.
For women, pelvic pain is a common thing. It can develop from many causes that can make getting an accurate diagnosis difficult. If you suffer from pelvic pain, click here to learn more about some of the most common reasons behind it.
As a woman, you want to ensure your reproductive system is in good health. Ovarian cysts usually don’t present serious problems, but if you start feeling pain and discomfort and don’t know why, watch out for these common symptoms.
A hysterectomy, which is the removal of the uterus and sometimes the cervix, is a major medical procedure. There are many things to consider before getting one. Read on to learn what it’s for, what it involves, and what the alternatives are.
If you’re having issues with fertility, there can many possible causes, but endometriosis is one that you should address sooner than later. In addition to causing a lot of pain, it can directly affect and even prevent you from getting pregnant.
While sometimes uterine fibroids can be treated with medication and non-surgical procedures, there are times when surgery is the only effective option. Luckily, there are minimally invasive surgery options available to you that have great results.
In a perfect world, your menstrual cycle makes its monthly appearance and quietly disappears again, readying itself for the next round. When abnormal bleeding develops, however, it could be a red flag that something is amiss.
While endometriosis doesn't rank very high on the "emergency" list of medical and health problems, there comes a point at which it should be considered an emergency because of what's at stake. Read our blog to learn more.
From your first period through menopause, the pain and consequences of endometriosis can greatly impact your daily routine and your goals for the future. Learn about the many effective treatments available for relief from this complex condition.
The things that can mimic the symptoms of endometriosis can tempt a physician to wait to do surgery for a definitive diagnosis. Learn more on our blog, and contact trusted endometriosis specialist Ulas Bozdogan, MD, FACOG to schedule an appointment.
Are there any upsides to having endometriosis? While endometriosis is an unfortunate condition, it can teach you a lot about your body. Read our blog to learn more, and contact trusted endometriosis specialist Ulas Bozdogan, MD, FACOG for any questions.
Uterine fibroids can cause a range of symptoms including pain, heavy periods, and reproductive problems. Using minimally invasive procedures and robot-assisted surgery, Dr. Bozdogan can remove fibroids and reduce symptoms.
Robotic hysterectomy using the da VinciⓇ Surgical System provides many benefits, including smaller incisions, fewer complications, and faster healing. Contact trusted endometriosis specialist, Dr. Ulas Bozdogan, to schedule an appointment.
If you have pelvic pain, don’t ignore your symptoms. They could signal a serious medical condition, such as endometriosis, uterine fibroids, or pelvic inflammatory disease. Contact our trusted endometriosis specialist today to learn more.
Although no one ever wants to have a hysterectomy, when you must make that decision, it’s comforting to know that hysterectomies are outpatient procedures performed with exceptional precision and safety thanks to robotic-assisted surgery.
Your “endometrium,” your innermost lining of your womb (uterus), is just as complex as any other tissue. Learn more about the endometriosis condition in our blog post, written by trusted endometriosis specialist, Ulas Bozdogan, MD.
Endometriosis has the potential to impact one's health, comfort and happiness. Read our blog to learn more about the benefits of surgery, and contact trusted endometriosis specialist, Ulas Bozdogan, MD to schedule an appointment.
If you have endometriosis, you may be wondering what kinds of treatments are available to give you relief from the pain and other symptoms. Thankfully, there are lots of options. Contact our trusted endometriosis specialist, Dr. Bozdogan, to learn more.
If you’re experiencing pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, or other symptoms because of uterine fibroids, you have a lot of treatment options -- watchful waiting, medications, noninvasive treatments, and robot-assisted surgery.