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Endometriosis Resection from the Surgeons at miVIP

Relieve Pain and Enjoy Life Again

Endometriosis is a common condition that affects the everyday lives of women. This condition occurs when the uterine tissue forms anywhere outside of the uterus. This tissue may be found on the ovaries, fallopian tubes or other organs near the uterus. The condition is exacerbated during a woman’s monthly period, as the uterine lining swells similarly to the tissue in the uterus. Over time, scar tissue may develop that binds the organs together and causes pain during intercourse, infertility and menstrual cramping.

Removal of these painful adhesions is known as endometriosis resection. This procedure is often used to relieve the pain and discomfort of the patient.

How Endometriosis Resection is Performed

Patients are placed under general anesthesia, and then a small needle injects gas into the abdomen to create more room between the internal organs and the abdominal wall. The surgeon then makes a small incision on the lower stomach and inserts a small camera into the body to obtain a better look at the nature of the tissue.

Once the surgeon has located the tissue that needs to be removed, it may be cut away or destroyed with an electric current. It may also be necessary for the surgeon to make additional incisions during endometriosis surgery in order to reposition the camera or insert other instruments into the body.

The Best in Women’s Health Care

The surgeons at miVIP are some of the best in the world, and are regularly educated and trained on innovative new procedures that improve the lives of women everywhere. Our support staff and nurses are of the highest quality and we are committed to excelling in our field.

After Your Endometriosis Resection

Most laparoscopic procedures are done on an outpatient basis, meaning you can return home several hours after your procedure. Within a week you will be able to resume your normal level of activity and return to work.

Discuss Procedure Costs with Our Patient Advocates

Endometriosis surgery costs are specific to the patient and may differ based on your individual insurance plan. Our representatives are happy to discuss your coverage with you to help you determine what your responsibility is after the procedure. We can help you with the pre-authorization process to ensure that you are adequately covered financially.

Long-Term Prognosis for Patients

Most women report a significant decrease in symptoms within the first year after their procedure. While you may experience relief from pain, your adhesions may reoccur. Your chances of recurring problems also increase over time.

Contact Us Today

Call us today at 877-956-2263 to discuss how endometriosis surgery can offer relief from debilitating symptoms of endometriosis. Life live fully again with the help of the surgeons at miVIP.

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