Surgery of any kind can make you feel uneasy. The women’s health experts at My OB/GYN Specialists in Miami understand how you feel and offer minimally invasive procedures — including laparoscopic — to reduce your risks and your healing time. The team of female physicians can perform some of the procedures in the office or at Baptist Hospital in Miami. For a full-service OB/GYN team with surgical expertise, call today or schedule an appointment online.
Common gynecology surgeries include:
If the team at My OB/GYN Specialists can’t improve your symptoms with a conservative treatment approach — or if they need more information to confirm a diagnosis — additional procedures or surgery may be recommended.
Laparoscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a laparoscope — a special surgical camera — to assist in looking inside your body so you don’t need highly invasive surgery.
The team at My OB/GYN Specialists may be able to perform a number of procedures laparoscopically, including:
During each procedure, a small incision is made in your abdomen for the laparoscope. Then, one or two additional incisions are made for your doctor to gently perform the relevant procedure.
Recovery following laparoscopic surgery is faster than traditional open surgery, but can vary depending on the procedure.
The team of female physicians at My OB/GYN Specialists provide specialized gynecologic surgeries and procedures, including hysteroscopy and endometrial ablation.
A hysteroscopy is a minimally invasive in-office procedure the team at My OB/GYN Specialists uses to manage health conditions that affect your uterus.
The procedure uses a hysteroscope, which is a lighted telescope that gets inserted in your vagina to your uterus and allows the physician to view your uterus on a screen.
The team may recommend a hysteroscopy to:
Endometrial ablation is a procedure that destroys a thin layer of uterine tissue to help improve heavy menstrual bleeding. Due to the nature of the procedure, the team at My OB/GYN Specialists doesn’t recommend an endometrial ablation if you plan on having children.
After the hysteroscopy or ablation, you may experience cramping and bleeding. The team of female physicians may recommend or prescribe pain medication after your procedure to manage discomfort.
For advanced gynecologic surgery, call the office or book an appointment online.