Many women face the question, “Should I use birth control?” Or, if you have been using birth control for a while, you also may wonder if you should take a break from it. Let’s discuss what to consider regarding beginning or stopping contraception and where you can go in for outstanding OB/GYN care. TheRead More
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Essure Removal: What to Expect and How It Works
The Essure coil has been a popular, effective, and permanent birth control method for women. FDA-approved in 2002, Essure’s safety has come into question. In 2018, the manufacturer took the device off the market, and many women have pursued Essure removal. Let’s discuss the details of this surgical procedure and how your gynecologist inRead More
What Happens During Essure Birth Control Removal?
The Essure coil is a permanently installed female birth control device. In 2019, Bayer Pharmaceutical withdrew Essure birth control coils from the market due to the severe injuries caused by the metal implant. Still, many women have these devices in place. Let’s talk about Essure birth control removal and where you can find the bestRead More
How Does Essure Birth Control Work?
Essure is a permanent and irreversible type of birth control for women. The implantable medical device was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2002, but after receiving much controversy and increasing reports of complications, it was later withdrawn from use in the US and in other countries, by the manufacturer BayerRead More
Struggling With Chronic Pelvic Pain? Why a Robotic Hysterectomy Might Be The Solution
Chronic pelvic pain is defined as pain in the pelvis that occurs for two weeks every month and occurs every month for six months. As a final treatment for chronic pelvic pain, when conservative methods fail to relieve symptoms, your doctor may recommend a hysterectomy. A hysterectomy is the surgical removal of the uterus throughRead More
Robotic Hysterectomy: A Closer Look at an Alternative to Vaginal Hysterectomy
In the past, women who had to undergo hysterectomies (surgical removal of the uterus) had only one option, and this involved a large abdominal incision, longer recovery time, and higher risk of complications. Fortunately, with the advances in surgical techniques and technology came the development of minimally invasive options—the most innovative of which is roboticRead More