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Dr. Ameneh Sadat Haghgoo has certificate in Gynecology, Obstetrics and infertility from Iran university of medical sciences and passed practical courses in advanced Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy. Dr. Ameneh Sadat Haghgoo, member of European Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (ESGE) is ready to present services to dear ladies.
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Advanced surgical procedures and minimal damage to the lower invasion
ART: Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is a group of different methods used to help infertile couples. ART works by removing eggs from a woman’s body. The eggs are then mixed with sperm to make embryos. The embryos are then put back in the woman’s body.
IUI: Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is an infertility treatment that is often called artificial insemination. In this procedure, the woman is injected with specially prepared sperm. Sometimes the woman is also treated with medicines that stimulate ovulation before IUI.
Dr. Haghgoo efforts to improve your health by using up to date science, high experience and using advanced laparoscopy and hysteroscopy.
The treatment of pelvic pain varies depending on the cause, how intense the pain is, and how often the pain occurs.
• Medical therapy to control pain and/or treat specific conditions
• Surgical therapy, often through minimally invasive options, when medical therapy fails and surgery is considered an appropriate option for specific causes of pain
• Trigger point injections and other types of nerve blocks
• Painful periods
• Pain in the lower abdomen before and during menstruation
• Cramps for a week or two before menstruation and during menstruation
• Pain during or following sexual intercourse
• Pelvic pain that may occur at any time during the menstrual cycle
Surgery is used for women with severe endometriosis: many growths, a great deal of pain, or fertility problems. Methods are:
Laparoscopy: can be used to diagnose and treat endometriosis. During this surgery, doctors remove growths and scar tissue or burn them away. The goal is to treat the endometriosis without harming the healthy tissue around it. Women recover from laparoscopy much faster than from major abdominal surgery.
Laparotomy or major abdominal surgery: involves a much larger cut in the abdomen than with laparoscopy. This allows the doctor to reach and remove growths of endometriosis in the pelvis or abdomen.
Hysterectomy: is a surgery in which the doctor removes the uterus. Removing the ovaries as well can help ensure that endometriosis will not return. This is done when the endometriosis has severely damaged these organs. A woman cannot get pregnant after this surgery, so it should only be considered as a last resort
Treatment varies depending on the location, extent of adhesion formation, and problems the adhesion is causing. Adhesions frequently improve without surgery. Therefore, unless a surgical emergency becomes evident, a doctor may treat symptoms rather than perform surgery.
Two common surgical techniques used to treat abdominal adhesions are laparoscopy and laparotomy.
• Laparoscopy: With laparoscopy, a doctor places a camera into your body through a small hole in the skin to confirm that adhesions exist. The adhesions then are cut and released (adhesiolysis).
• Laparotomy: In laparotomy, a doctor makes a larger incision to directly see adhesions and treat them. The technique varies depending on specific circumstances.
• Activity modification: The physician may recommend activity modification such as avoiding heavy lifting or straining.
• Pessary: This is a small plastic or silicone medical device inserted into the vagina for support.
• Kegel exercises: Simple strengthening exercises that can tighten the muscles of the pelvic floor.
• Estrogen replacement therapy: Estrogen helps strengthen and maintain muscles in the vagina.
• Abdominal surgery: In this procedure, the mesh pulls the vagina up to the sacrum (called a sacrocolpopexy). This can only be done in women who have had a hysterectomy.
• Vaginal surgery: This usually involves making an incision in the vagina, separating the prolapsed organ involved from the vaginal wall, and pulls the vagina up to the sacrospinous ligament.
• Laparoscopic pelvic floor repair: Recent advances in laparoscopic surgery have helped surgeons repair many pelvic floor defects, which are often difficult to reach by the vaginal method. Examples include prolapse of the vaginal vault, enterocoele and paravaginal cystocoele.
A cystocele occurs when the wall between a woman’s bladder and her vagina weakens and allows the bladder to droop into the vagina. This condition may cause discomfort and problems with emptying the bladder. A bladder that has dropped from its normal position may cause two kinds of problems – unwanted urine leakage and incomplete emptying of the bladder.
A posterior prolapse occurs when the thin wall of fibrous tissue (fascia) that separates the rectum from the vagina weakens, allowing the vaginal wall to bulge. Posterior prolapse is also called a rectocele, it’s the front wall of the rectum that bulges into the vagina. Childbirth and other processes that put pressure on the fascia can lead to posterior prolapse. Severity of these disorders can be graded based on level of protrusion
Surgery is done to relieve bulging into the vagina that may be caused by a cystocele and rectocele. Surgery is usually used only after you have tried other treatments such as:
• Doing muscle-strengthening exercises, called Kegel exercises.
• Placing a pessary in the vagina (a device that supports the vaginal walls). A pessary does not help a rectocele problem, but it can help with a cystocele.