Don’t Waste Time With the Wrong Diagnosis: Pelvic Pain

June 19, 2015
GYN Surgery

Woman curled into a ball while holding her stomach

There are many possible causes of GYN pelvic pain and that can make diagnosing your specific condition difficult unless you are seeking an opinion from a specialist. It is important to assess a woman’s situation thoroughly, so that the diagnosis is made early. Getting the right diagnosis early can save time and money, bypassing the trial and error approach many doctors have to take. The minimally invasive GYN specialists at CIGC are experts who will ensure that your condition is diagnosed correctly out of the gate. They are also highly trained to treat patients effectively to relieve the pain.

CIGC MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURES ARE SUPERIOR TO ROBOTIC OR OPEN

Laparoscopic procedures for pelvic pain treatment are far superior to the alternatives. Laparoscopic procedures have a short recovery period, minimal scarring, and minimal discomfort, meaning you are back on your feet quickly. At CIGC we have developed techniques that redefine minimally invasive. DualPortGYN and LAAM techniques both use 2 tiny incisions. DualPortGYN can be used to treat all GYN conditions. LAAM is an innovative myomectomy technique that brings the best of laparoscopic and open procedures to thoroughly remove all fibroids of any size from the uterus, while ensuring the uterus can be reconstructed for fertility.

POSSIBLE CAUSES OF PELVIC PAIN

Pelvic Pain is debilitating and for many women, not something that is easy to discuss. We want to make resolving your GYN pain a priority so that you can get back to living your life. Book a consultation with Dr. Paul J. MacKoul, MD or Dr. Natalya Danilyants, MD.


CIGC travel program

Even if you are not from the DC area, many patients travel to The Center for Innovative GYN Care for our groundbreaking procedures. We treat women from around the world who suffer from complex GYN conditions.

Learn more in our travel program.

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