On July 13th, The White Dress Project is hosting an annual fundraising dinner and silent auction at the Liaison Capitol Hill hotel, located at 415 New Jersey Avenue Northwest Washington, DC. The Center for Innovative GYN Care is honored to be in the hosting committee. The event will begin at 7 pm.Read More
June 19, 2018 // Posted in: DualPortGYN, Featured, In The Press, LAAM
Many women who suffer from fibroids, endometriosis, adenomyosis, or ovarian cysts, and who experience period-related pelvic pain or uncontrollable bleeding often put their lives on hold to get through the next bout of these symptoms, but are willing to put off having surgery because of the time necessary for recovery.
Recovery from advanced laparoscopic surgical procedures performed by highly trained and experienced specialists actually makes it possible for women to return to their normal lives in about a week.Read More
June 1, 2018 // Posted in: Conditions, Fibroids, Procedures, Techniques
May 22, 2018 // Posted in: Featured, Fibroids, In The Press
Many studies have shown that embolization of large fibroids is not optimal. Before agreeing to embolization treatments for large fibroids, women need to know the possible complications that can follow the procedure.
Embolization used on large fibroids can result in die-off and expulsion of the fibroid tumor, which can result in an infection. While many uterine infections can be treated with antibiotics, in extreme cases, the infection if unresponsive to antibiotics may require a hysterectomy.Read More
May 2, 2018 // Posted in: Featured, Fibroids, In The Press, Infertility
Women with fibroids who want to get pregnant need to research all treatment options to ensure their future fertility is protected. Despite more than 20 years in use, embolization treatments (also known as Uterine Artery Embolization, UAE or Uterine Fibroid Embolization, UFE), for fibroids are still a higher risk for women who want to conceive.Read More
April 3, 2018 // Posted in: Featured, In The Press, Infertility
For many people, putting the brakes on starting a family often makes sense. Factors can range from wanting to have a stronger foothold on a career path, be more established financially, in many cases, finding the right partner, and of course, many people just want to feel “ready.” However, waiting too long, can affect fertility and lead to heartache.Read More
Adenomyosis is a painful and complex gynecological condition that is not well understood, can be difficult to detect, and can only be cured by hysterectomy. Adenomyosis develops when cells from the endometrial lining of the uterus grow into the muscle of the uterus. These cells behave the same during a woman’s monthly menstrual cycle, but in this location, they become trapped. Inflammation leads to pain (sometimes debilitating), heavy bleeding, and enlargement of the uterus.Read More
“Project Give Hope is a tangible way to help women who have limited access to even basic GYN care,” said Paul MacKoul, MD. “By supporting this cause, we are able to extend our commitment to innovative solutions in GYN care. We are proud to lead the way for other supporters of Ms. Jackson’s mission. She has accomplished so much in a short amount of time to make this effort possible, and we encourage other like-minded medical professionals to learn more about the project and make it a reality.”Read More
March 2, 2018 // Posted in: Advocacy, Conditions, Featured
Endometriosis Patients Suffer When Seeking Medical Attention From Non-specialists
The existing system for the diagnosis and subsequent treatment of endometriosis relies too heavily on medical professionals who do not have advanced training in identifying and comprehensive surgical removal of the disease. As a result, women with endometriosis are left undiagnosed on average of 9 years, allowing the disease to worsen.Read More
February 27, 2018 // Posted in: DualPortGYN, Featured, Fibroids, LAAM
Pain during sex can be an indication of a complex GYN condition like fibroids, endometriosis, or adenomyosis. While there are other conditions that can cause painful intercourse, for these treatable conditions, laparoscopic GYN surgery can often improve a woman’s ability to have sex.
Many women are concerned about surgery negatively affecting their sex lives after recovery. If performed as a laparoscopic procedure by advanced-trained GYN specialists, treating these conditions can help women by reducing or eliminating pain from the conditions themselves, and once recovered, women often become more active and get back to living their lives, including enjoying intimacy.Read More