One out of four. That's how many women get fibroids during their childbearing years. The gold standard of treatment has been hysterectomy, which can be a big operation with a long recovery. But now, there are much less invasive options for many women.
Linda Murray's pain and bleeding were so bad, she was told by one doctor to consider hysterectomy. But then specialized GYN surgeons at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) determined most of Linda's problem stemmed from a huge fibroid. Through a non-surgical procedure, the fibroid was remov...
Post-Op interview with 30 year old adenomyosis patient who suffered 2 weeks of excruciatingly painful menstrual bleeding every month, required bed rest for several days with strong pain killers, and was cured by Osada surgical procedure in St. Louis.
Dr. Silber explains endometriosis and an alternative to receiving a hysterectomy. An incision is made into the adenomyosis mass directly down to the endometrial cavity. The mass is removed, and the endometrial cavity is reconstructed.