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Kim Nieves, NP
I joined CIGC October 2015 after moving to Maryland from New York. I was excited to join a team focused on Women’s Health and creating a position where the Nurse Practitioner was encouraged to educate patients about their diagnoses and treatment options. After working as a Nurse Practitioner for over 12 years, it remains a pleasure to have the opportunity to be a resource for patients. Since joining this team, I have had the great fortune of working with a caring staff and many wonderful patients that have welcomed me to this practice and I look forward to the continued growth of this organization.Close
Being part of an elite marketing team for a one-of-a-kind surgical practice was enough to get my interest. CIGC doesn’t just have innovative in its name. Everyone on our team knows the value of patient communications and building a strong brand. Our attention to detail on the front end is a reflection of the level of care patients receive from our incomparable minimally invasive GYN surgeons.
I have a passion for women’s rights, science and technology, and healthy living. Working at CIGC has allowed me to make use of my passions to develop advocacy programs, ensuring women have a support network through each stage of their condition, and a voice to talk about their experience.Close
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Seventy to 80 percent of American women will develop uterine fibroids by age 50. That number goes up to 90 percent for African-American women, who also suffer from more severe symptoms, and often start at an earlier age.
Fibroids Affect African-American Women Disproportionately
Even with an already high rate of occurrence, African-American women are two to three times more likely to have recurring fibroids or suffer from complications from them.Learn More
It can take up to a decade for a woman to get a proper endometriosis diagnosis. Diagnosing endometriosis is complicated. The symptoms often mimic other conditions, symptoms may not appear severe enough for a medical consultation until it progresses or is discovered due to fertility concerns, and social norms that persist over expected menstrual-related pelvic pain often leads even medical professionals to dismiss patient concerns.Learn More
Despite fears of what life will be like after a hysterectomy, for many women intimacy actually improves. In a recent survey, 59 percent of women polled feared sex would be less enjoyable after a hysterectomy. Sixty-one percent of women were worried that they would feel differently to a partner after a hysterectomy.
But across the board, the actual experience has been demonstrated to be the exact opposite. The National Institute of Health conducted studies of women after having a hysterectomy and the results show no negative affect on sex drive, self-image, or sexual satisfaction with partner. In fact, in many cases, the opposite was true. The causes for this vary, but for many women, the conditions that exist that warranted hysterectomy may have affected arousal or interest in sex. Treating the condition can help women become more active and get back to living their lives, including enjoying intimacy.
The expanding landscape of fibroid treatments can lead women to choose less effective options that may affect their long-term health, including fertility.
Fibroids are unpredictable. After some treatments, new fibroids can grow again. Depending on a patient’s insurance, or whether or not the specialist even accepts insurance, if multiple treatments are required, it can be expensive. Finding a laparoscopic fibroid expert who specializes in advanced fibroid removal and hysterectomy, who also accepts insurance is important.Learn More