KSN-TV – Faced with ‘barbaric’ surgery, Kansas woman chooses to travel to CIGC

July 1, 2021
In The Press

Woman talking with her doctor as the doctor takes notes

Former CIGC patient Cindy began to experience abdominal pain starting at the age of 35. For years doctors provided a variety of misdiagnoses, from IBS to gallstones, and at one point, even Lyme Disease.

What Cindy had were fibroids. Fibroids are non-cancerous growths of the uterus and affect up to 80% of women by the age of 50. A local OBGYN in Kansas explained that the only course of action was an open hysterectomy, involving an incision from her breast bone down to her pelvic bone.

For Cindy, as a busy CFO and a mother of three, she knew this wasn’t the best option. She continued her search until she found The Center for Innovative GYN Care.

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