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The diagnosis of a complex gynecological condition can be life changing. So why would you trust the first treatment plan that a physician gives you? We live in a world of healthcare innovation. That means that there are more options available than ever before regarding your GYN care. Even if it confirms the original recommendation, seeking a second opinion can give you the confidence you need to move forward with treatment knowing that you explored every option available.
The most common reasons why women show an interest in a second opinion are:
- Dissatisfaction with the proposed outcomes of their current treatment plan
- Not having enough information on their condition
- Feeling as though there are other options available
- Lack of confidence in their diagnosis
- Desire to maintain fertility
We always recommend getting a second opinion, but
especially for certain scenarios such as:
If you have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions or have been recommended any of the following treatments, seek a second opinion to ensure you get the best possible GYN care.
If your doctor recommends a “watch and wait” approach or tells you not to worry about your fibroids due to their size, seek a second opinion. Fibroids will grow over time and can begin to negatively impact other organs as well as future fertility options.
Problems with fertility could be caused by many different factors. Since GYN conditions like fibroids and endometriosis are so common, it is important to find a physician who will rule them out before proceeding with fertility treatments.
Many women who need a hysterectomy undergo an open abdominal surgery with a large incision and months of recovery. But there are better options out there. Skip the months of recovery and seek a second opinion to find out if you’re a candidate for a minimally invasive hysterectomy.
Even if you love and trust your primary care doctor or OB/GYN, a second opinion can confirm or deny your original diagnosis. A second opinion can grant you access to other types, levels and costs of treatment that your doctor may not have discussed with you. This is your health, and you should be aware of every option available to you so that you can make the best possible decision.
At CIGC, our GYN specialists can provide a second opinion for any gynecological condition and give you a customized treatment plan, opening the door to more options. Our specialized surgeons can help you determine whether you really need surgery or if you require another form of care.
With award-winning recognition, CIGC surgeons are experts in advanced minimally invasive techniques that put our patients’ well-being first.
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Our specialists developed a revolutionary technique to transform patient outcomes – providing faster recvery, less pain and almost no scarring.
DualPortGYN: The surgical field has come a long way from the open procedures of the past. Not only is CIGC’s DualPortGYN® procedure safer and more effective, our surgeons operate through two small incisions and our patients typically spend less than an hour under anesthesia.
LAAM: The Laparoscopically Assisted Abdominal Myomectomy (LAAM) is our fertility-preserving, advanced laparoscopic myomectomy procedure that removes both small and large fibroids for women of childbearing age. This groundbreaking procedure allows for the removal of as many fibroids as an open procedure – including small fibroids often left behind in other procedure – without any large incisions, hospital stays or long recoveries
Our expert surgeons have performed more than 25,000 surgical procedures to treat complex GYN conditions. They have dedicated their careers to perfecting the most minimally invasive techniques.
CIGC researchers study surgical outcomes for major GYN procedures to ensure our techniques are the safest and most effective. Our nationally and internationally renowned techniques have been published in prestigious medical journals due to exceptional patient outcomes.
Schedule a consultation to learn more about how we can treat your condition today.