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Federally-Funded Study Shows More Women Can Avoid Hysterectomy for Common Problem by The Women's Sexual Health Foundation .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 30 Nov 2008 12:20pm CYPRESS, CA -- December 28, 2007 -- The minimally invasive procedure endometrial ablation is as effective as hysterectomy in solving dysfunctional uterine bleeding (DUB), according to a new federally-funded study published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding is abnormal bleeding which cannot be attribu ... Read on »
Demystifying Hysterectomy Part III: Risks and Benefits by Dr Nicoll Posted Mon 17 May 2010 12:00am Having a hysterectomy means that you will no longer have the ability to bear children.  It also means you should no longer experience menstrual bleeding (although you may experience other cyclic changes depending upon whether you still have ovaries).  Hysterectomy alone (ie without removal of or damage to the ovaries) does not result in ... Read on »
Robotic Assist Eases Less-Invasive Hysterectomies by Medline Plus Posted Mon 29 Nov 2010 3:18pm Monday, November 29, 2010    By Lynne Peeples NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women undergoing surgery for endometrial cancer can confidently opt for a minimally invasive hysterectomy performed by a skilled surgeon -- with or without a robot's help -- suggests a new re ... Read on »
The majority of ladies having Endometrial cancers are generally given a good hysterectomy by winter1101 Posted Sun 01 Dec 2013 4:28pm Fuyan Pill to Treat Endometrial Hyperplasia. Widespread Endometrial Most cancers (Uterine Most cancers) Signs Endometrial Cancer (Uterine Cancer malignancy)indicators tend to be what immediate adult females to hunt medical treatment. More often than not, a disease is still subtle right up until they have spread to be able to in close proximi ... Read on »
Hysterectomy with robotic assistance! by HerOption Posted Tue 23 Oct 2012 11:57am Raleigh isn't just the capital of North Carolina. It's also a part of one of the most impressive research and medical areas in the entire nation. Due to its proximity to so many great medical and research establishments, it makes sense that some of the country's very best doctors are located here. This is good news for anyone, but especially fo ... Read on »
5 operations you don't want to get -- and what to do instead by The Women's Sexual Health Foundation .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 21 Mar 2009 3:59pm Two of these surgeries may impact sexual function. Below is an excerpt from the CNN article. The article points out that as women we MUST be our own best advocate by educating ourselves and obtaining second opinions. By Curt Pesmen Maybe I'm the wrong ex-patient to be telling you this: Experimental surgery erased Stage III colon cancer ... Read on »
Understanding Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Part 2 by DigestBetter .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm PAUL MONIZ: I'm Paul Moniz. Thank you for joining us on this webcast. Today we are discussing abnormal uterine bleeding and it's connection to fibroids. Fibroids are benign muscle tumors that usually grow in the uterus, but they can occur elsewhere, causing in some cases pain and infertility. As many as 20-50 percent of all women actually develop t ... Read on »
Informed Consent andThe H Word: An Interview with Rick Schweikert by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm We take the concept of informed consent very seriously in our practice. Each client has the right and need to know what kind of treatment Dr. Verigin recommends and why, how it may affect them (benefits and risks) and other options at their disposal, including the option of pursuing no treatment at all. Consent alone is not enough, and this i ... Read on »
There are many complications which can promote blocked fallopian tubes by winter1101 Posted Mon 15 Jul 2013 4:11pm How does TCM Treat Fallopian Tube Obstruction? The signs and symptoms of fallopian tube cancer are also able to imitate those of other gynaecological problems. Some of the more widespread signs and symptoms of this condition may include the abnormal bleeding, the abdominal pain as well as a a sense of pressure inside abdomen, the abnormal ... Read on »
IUD Proposed to Treat Uterine Cancer by Medline Plus Posted Wed 29 Sep 2010 6:00am Device releases progestin hormone and helps younger women delay hysterectomy, preserve fertility, researchers say Wednesday, September 29, 2010 WEDNESDAY, Sept. 29 (HealthDay News) -- An intrauterine device that releases a progestin hormone may be an effective treatment for younger wome ... Read on »