Find the Right Endometriosis Support Group
Many women with endometriosis suffer over a long period of time, unable to find the right solution for treatment. Case in point, some online endo support groups begin humbly with a few members and grow to thousands in just a short year, as women start to look for answers among other sufferers.
Find the right endometriosis support group. The level of camaraderie and emotional support in endo groups is often the gateway to women finally finding specialists who will truly listen to them. Women who suffer from GYN conditions listen to each other, bonding over the shared experience, and these relationships often help to alleviate fear, especially when they hear about doctors with exceptional success rates for treatment from those group members.
Some Endometriosis and Hysterectomy Support Groups to Check Out:
Beyond Medical Treatment
The Center for Innovative GYN Care encourages women looking for advice to check out these groups. Our patients are so much happier after our revolutionary minimally invasive GYN surgical techniques, that they want to support others going through similar experiences.
CIGC also adopts the same approach when caring for our patients. Our surgeons, Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD and Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD, personalize each procedure. They provide sketches of each woman’s specific condition to-scale to explain the possible treatment options, giving her in-depth attention. That attention to detail carries all the way through the procedure, into recovery, and during the follow-up. Women who have suffered for years with multiple surgeries, in despair over finding a solution for their endometriosis actually discover hope at CIGC.
Coming Soon: CIGC Patient Video Testimonials
Within a few weeks, we’ll begin sharing patient stories about treatment for endometriosis, fibroids, ovarian cysts, adenomyosis and other GYN conditions. For nearly a decade, Beth suffered with recurring endometriosis, and was miserable. After coming to CIGC her remarkable story takes a turn for the better.
We are excited to share her story, along with others, at the beginning of April.