Surgical Procedures

Specimen Removal During Supracervical Hysterectomy

Although the uterus is primarily a thick-walled muscle, it is the lining that bleeds, not the uterine wall. For anything to influence how heavy a woman bleeds it has to involve or be right up against the uterine lining. Every organ in your body has different tissue...

Pain After Excision Surgery

"I had excision surgery but did not obtain relief. Was my surgery a failure?" Almost all centers that specialize in Endometriosis, in and out of the USA, perform excision. Even after excision, endometriosis, adhesions, and pain can persist and/or recur, and need...

Paravaginal Repair: What Is It and When Is It Necessary?

A person’s body is not held together by skin. The human body depends on supporting tissues called Fascia. Fascia is in the back, in the abdominal wall, between the organs, and supporting tissues are interconnected. Fascia is the scaffolding that holds you together....

Rationale for Choosing Laparoscopic Excision of Endometriosis

Whether you have a confirmed diagnosis of Endometriosis, or you are experiencing pain and there is a concern that you may have Endometriosis, you need Laparoscopy. Endometriosis is a surgical diagnosis. This means that Endometriosis cannot be diagnosed by talking with...

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