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Learn the Facts About Uterine Fibroids

June 1, 2015 // Posted in: Conditions, Fibroids

FibroidsWhile most uterine fibroids are noncancerous, it is clear that there is a risk associated in using power morcellation to perform myomectomies or hysterectomies. Recent news reports about the potential spread of cancer from removing fibroids using a power morcellator requires some clarification.

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Minimally Invasive Surgery for A Large Fibroid Is Possible

May 29, 2015 // Posted in: Featured, Fibroids, Techniques

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If a doctor tells you that you aren’t a candidate for minimally invasive surgery, it could very well be that it’s not you, but the doctor who isn’t the right fit for the surgery you require. DualPortGYN and LAAM procedures performed by Dr. Paul J. MacKoul and Dr. Natalya Danilyants at CIGC use the most advanced, minimally invasive laparoscopic techniques.

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Get to Know Dr. Natalya Danilyants, CIGC Co-Founder

May 27, 2015 // Posted in: Doctors, Featured

Dr Danilyants full-V3Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD FACOG is an internationally reknowned gynecological surgeon. She is fellowship trained in retroperitoneal dissection, a technique that sets The Center for Innovative GYN Care procedures apart.

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Five Need-to-know Facts About Hormone Replacement Therapy

May 22, 2015 // Posted in: Conditions, Featured

iStock_000028929774_MediumWorried about menopause? Get the five fast facts about hormone replacement therapy, so you can be well prepared when speaking with your GYN specialist.

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WJLA Good Morning Washington with Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD

May 20, 2015 // Posted in: Featured Procedures, In The Press, Procedures

spotlight on hysterectomiesThe Morning Show Team at WJLA in Washington D.C. sat down with Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD to shine a spotlight on hysterectomies, and get a better understanding of why some women may need one, the procedures available, and the kinds of questions each woman needs to ask her surgeon.

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Catch Dr. Paul MacKoul, MD on Good Morning Washington

May 19, 2015 // Posted in: Doctors, Featured Procedures, In The Press, News, Procedures

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Tune in to Good Morning Washington on WJLA-TV, Channel 7 in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday morning just before 9Am to watch Dr. Paul MacKoul talk about the need for women to take a more active role in choosing a GYN surgical specialist for a hysterectomy.

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Back in the Saddle After Endometriosis Surgery: Beth R.

May 18, 2015 // Posted in: Conditions, Featured, Patient Spotlight

ThunderEndometriosis kept Beth from living her life, or enjoying any part of it for a long time, including horseback riding for over 2 years. After endometriosis surgery, Beth has begun to reclaim parts of her life that she had to put on hold. “The first time I got back on Thunder in 3 years was like riding a bike,” said Beth.

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On the Other Side of Endometriosis Pain

May 15, 2015 // Posted in: Conditions, Featured, Patient resource, Patient Spotlight

BethLiving with endometriosis pain can consume your life. Choosing to have a hysterectomy is never an easy decision. No doctor wants that to be the only option for his patient, especially one so young. But, it’s a very personal decision.

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Patient Spotlight: Brenda, Life After GYN Surgery

May 13, 2015 // Posted in: Featured, Fibroids, Patient Spotlight, Procedures, Techniques

BrendaWomen who suffer from GYN conditions often just want to return to a normal life. Pain or discomfort, heavy bleeding, exhaustion from anemia, or other symptoms can limit activity and often isolate women from others. With CIGC minimally invasive procedures, the treatment is finally something women are excited about.

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Aging Well: In the Driver’s Seat on the Road to Menopause

May 12, 2015 // Posted in: Featured, News

FriendsGetting or staying healthy is a challenge we all face as we age. Hormones play a leading role in how our bodies function, and can affect how healthy we feel. During National Women’s Health Week, we encourage all of our patients and their families to take a more active role in their health.

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