Endometriosis, Uterus Pain Treatment in Laguna Hills, Orange County CA
Many women endure through years of painful menstrual periods before they can get an answer about what is causing them: in some cases, this is caused by a condition called endometriosis. For your endometriosis or uterus pain treatment, our practice is the ideal place to turn to. Our team of experts will diagnose your condition and determine the best way to treat your endometriosis.
Symptoms of Endometriosis
Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when the endometrium, the tissue that is similar to the uterine lining, grows somewhere else in the body. Here are some symptoms of endometriosis
- Painful periods
- Pain during sexual intercourse
- Difficulty getting pregnant
- Extreme bleeding
- Blood in urine or stool
Procedure for Treating Endometriosis
At our practice, we use laparoscopy to treat endometriosis. Our specialist will advise you not to eat or drink for at least 8 hours before the procedure. The treatment is usually done under anesthesia, although you can request to stay awake if a local or spinal anesthetic is available.
Our specialist performs the procedure by inflating the abdomen with nitrous oxide or carbon dioxide). The gas is injected with a needle and pushes the abdominal wall away from your organs so that our team of experts can see them. Our trusted team then inserts a laparoscope through a small cut and inspects your internal organs.
Additionally, we use incisions to insert instruments to move your internal organs and structures for better viewing. This procedure does not usually take more than 45 minutes. Suppose endometriosis or scar tissue needs to be taken out. In that case, our specialist will use one of the various techniques, including cutting and removing tissue or, in some cases, destroying it with an electric current or laser beam. Our trusted team seals the abdominal cuts with a few stitches when the procedure is done.
In most cases, there is no scar. Sometimes our experienced team requires a hospital stay of 1 day. You will likely be able to return to your daily activities in 1 week.
Contact Us Today
Contact us today at our practice to book an appointment. Our trusted experts will be happy to meet with you and discuss your endometriosis treatment options.