Colposcopy – Closer evaluation of the cervix with aid of stereoscope. Often times biopsies are performed concomitantly.
LEEP (Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure) – Treatment of abnormal paps through the removal of the affected portion of the cervix.
Intrauterine Device Placement – Paragard IUD and Mirena IUD Long term reversible contraception that acts as an alternative to permanent sterilization.
Heavy menstrual bleeding
Sonohysterography - Visualization of the uterine cavity via ultrasound as a sterile fluid is injected through a pipelle.
Amniocentesis – Fluid is obtained from the amniotic sac with a needle under ultrasound guidance.
Implanon - Long term (3 year) reversible contraception that is implanted under the skin in the inner aspect of one’s arm.|
Gardasil – effective against HPV, the responsible for abnormal paps
Endometrial ablation – Different approaches available whereby the endometrial lining is inactivated thereby minimizing or eliminating continued menstrual flow. Her Option Cryoablative approach now being offered in our office.