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Minimally Invasive Surgery for Heavy Periods

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Heavy Periods

by | July 25th, 2017

How minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods can help you

Minimally Invasive Surgery for Heavy PeriodsIf you are suffering from heavy periods, you may believe that nothing can be done; however, our Austin obgyns want you to know we can help. We provide expert diagnosis and treatment, including minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods.

Minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods addresses your problem

Before our Austin obgyns recommend surgery, we work to diagnose what is causing your heavy periods. We take a thorough history, perform a pelvic examination and may perform other diagnostic tests such as ultrasounds.

Your treatment may range from lifestyle changes and over-the-counter medications, to prescription medications and, as a last resort, minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods.

There are different types of surgery to address different problems, and the surgery we recommend depends on several factors.

We may suggest one of four types of minimally invasive surgery

Most of the problems women experience are caused by irregular ovulation, or anovulation; uterine fibroids or polyps; or other issues that affect the ovaries and the uterus. Our Austin obgyns will customize your treatment program and the type of minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods.

  • Hysteroscopy—This type of minimally invasive surgery for heavy bleeding can help you if you have fibroids. The surgical instruments are threaded through a thin instrument called a hysteroscope that is inserted into the uterus through the vagina. This technique is also used for biopsies and diagnostics.
  • Myomectomy—A myomectomy is also helpful for you if you are having problems with endometriosis and fibroids. It is performed laparoscopically through very small incisions in the abdomen.
  • Endometrial ablation—If you are finished having babies, this minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods is a quick procedure that removes the uterine lining or endometrium.
  • Hysterectomy—When other procedures have failed and the heavy bleeding is affecting your quality of life, our Austin obgyns may recommend a hysterectomy. Thanks to new surgical techniques, this minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods allows for a shorter recovery and fewer complications.

Our obgyns are leading providers of minimally invasive surgery in Austin/Central Texas

If you have heavy periods, please don’t try to “tough it out.” Our Austin obgyns can provide the help you need through diagnosis and treatment. You can rely on our expertise, advanced training and knowledge if you need to undergo minimally invasive surgery for heavy periods. Contact us for an appointment.

About

Renaissance Women’s Group has brought thousands of babies into the world. Our ObGyns have over 200 years of combined experience caring for women as they plan for and experience pregnancy. Our team consists of board certified obstetricians and gynecologists who believe in empowering our patients to make informed decisions about their health, care and treatment options. Dr. Melanie Collins, Dr. Clarissa Gutierrez, Dr. Kimberly Loar, Dr. Laura Meritt, Dr. Devin Garza, Dr. Tara Mills, Dr. Jessica MacLeod and Dr. Ginger Truitt provide expert, supportive obstetrical care for women from our North Austin, Bastrop and Cedar Park offices. Dr. Byron Darby provides prenatal diagnosis and ultrasound services, and Dr. Sherry Neyman specializes in gynecologic services.
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