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What is da Vinci Robotic Surgery?

What is da Vinci Robotic Surgery?

by Stephanie Meadows
Technology has come a long way when it comes to the tools used for surgical procedures. With increasingly fine instruments and microscopic cameras, comes overall better patient outcomes. Da Vinci robotic surgery is gaining popularity as it is a less traumatic procedure than traditional open surgery, with reduced risks and complications.

Why is My Pap Smear Abnormal?

Why is My Pap Smear Abnormal?

by Yenny (SU)
While the rates of cervical cancer worldwide are high, routine screening with a Papanicolaou (Pap) test and a human papillomavirus (HPV) test has greatly reduced its incidence in the United States. The reason for this is because early detection and treatment of abnormal cervical cells can prevent advanced cancer, and even death. This is why it is important to see your doctor regularly, follow the recommendations for routine screening, and follow up for any abnormal findings. If you have your results, you’ve already taken the first steps. Now, what does it mean if your Pap smear is abnormal?

How vaginal laser surgery can help women during menopause

How vaginal laser surgery can help women during menopause

by Yenny (SU)
A natural biological process, the so-called “change of life,” is something all women will eventually face head on, but it’s how we face these changes that will define our life. According to Mayo Clinic, menopause marks the end of a woman’s menstrual cycles and occurs at the average age of 51 years. While some of the symptoms associated with menopause can be anything but fun, some things can be managed with a little help from your gynecologist.

Comprehensive OBGYN Care: A lifetime of care

Comprehensive OBGYN Care: A lifetime of care

by Natalie (SU)
At Green & Urribarri, we understand how important a lifetime of comprehensive OBGYN care can be, at all stages of life. That’s why we created this helpful guide, regardless of what stage of life you are in. OBGYN care is about more than just your reproductive system. It is about treating you as a whole person, as you grow and change throughout your life.

Why Your Pelvic Floor Muscles Are Week After Having a Baby

Why Your Pelvic Floor Muscles Are Week After Having a Baby

by Natalie (SU)
If you struggle with incontinence, you are not alone. Many women require pelvic floor care following a pregnancy. Your pelvic floor muscles can be weakened from giving birth, which can cause bladder, or even bowel issues (although the latter is much rarer). This is because the muscles that control these functions can be damaged during pregnancy or labor. If you are experiencing an incomplete emptying of your bladder, leakage or an urgent need to urinate often, due to a pelvic floor disorder, we can help.

 

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