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Lupron Isn't An Effective Treatment for Endometriosis

Endometriosis is estimated to occur in 10-15 % of the female population. Endometriosis is endometrium (“metri” means uterus, “endo” refers to inside lining) in the wrong location.

Burch Colpo-suspension: What is it and when is this surgical procedure done?

A person’s body is not held together by skin. The human body depends on supporting tissues called Fascia.

Paravaginal Repair: What Is It and When Is It Necessary?

A person’s body is not held together by skin.

Rationale for Choosing Laparoscopic Excision of Endometriosis

Whether you have a confirmed diagnosis of Endometriosis, or you are experiencing pain and there is a concern that you may have Endometriosis, you need Laparoscopy. Endometriosis is a surgical diagn

Considering Pregnancy with Endometriosis

Some women discover their condition of endometriosis when they have trouble becoming pregnant. If conception is your goal, making the choice among current fertility options- medications, IVF, or surgery is complex. Non-surgical treatments can be a lengthy process, taxing to maternal health, and often are not covered by insurance.

Finding the right medical partner to discuss pursuing pregnancy with endometriosis is very important. Your decision depends on many factors- the severity and prevalence of your disease, maternal age, general health, heredity, and previous treatments (if any). Investigating all of your options with this complex disease can be quite challenging.

If you're ready to get started, or if you have any questions, please call the office at (207) 883-3883 or send us a message, we'd love to hear from you.

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