This surgery repairs the vaginal wall to repair hernias.
This surgery removes abnormal tissues in the uterus, abnormal uterine bleeding, or cancer.
This procedure removes the endometrium from the uterus, stopping or reducing heavy menstrual bleeding.
Hysterectomies remove the uterus in its entirety. Your doctor may also choose to remove one or both ovaries, and the fallopian tubes.
Also known as Ovariectomy, this surgery removes one or both ovaries.
Colloquially known as ‘tying the tubes,” this surgery cuts, cauterizes or bands the fallopian tubes to prevent pregnancy. Tubal Ligation is a permanent form of birth control.
A trained OB/GYN can provide services for the entire spectrum of womanhood — from childbirth to menopause and more. It is crucial to establish a relationship with an OB/GYN, so you’re able to receive the necessary treatment for your unique needs. As you age, your healthcare needs change, and a trained healthcare provider will ensure you’re met with compassionate, high-quality care built around you.