Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeries Specialist Q&A
Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery – Dr. Richard Beyerlein MD
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Common questions asked by patients: What is considered minimally invasive gynecological surgery? What surgeries do gynecologists perform? What are the advantages of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery?
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During minimally invasive surgery, small incisions (less than an inch) are made on the skin, and specialized tools are used. Among these procedures are hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, and robotic-assisted surgery. Women with noncancerous (benign) gynecologic conditions, such as heavy menstrual periods (menorrhagia), irregular menstrual periods (metrorrhagia), pelvic pain, endometriosis, and ovarian cysts, are treated by gynecologists trained in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery.
The care you receive is either provided in an exam room or in an outpatient surgical suite. Studies have shown that minimally invasive approaches improve outcomes and reduce discomfort, inconvenience, and costs. You and your doctor will discuss a range of innovative treatment options and develop an individualized treatment plan that may include minimally invasive gynecology procedures.
Gynecologists provide a wide range of surgeries pertaining to the structure and organs of the female pelvic region. The female pelvic region consists of the ovaries, uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes, and vulva. There are various reasons a woman may undergo gynecology surgery. Some conditions requiring surgery are treatable with minimally invasive options. Among the minimally invasive surgeries offered by Dr. Richard Beyerlein to patients in Eugene, OR, include:
Vulvar/vaginal biopsies involve the collection of one or more samples of tissue from the vagina or vulva. When your vulva or vagina is itching, red, swelling, or changing in color, a biopsy is recommended. A recent appearance of a lump or sore may also require a biopsy.
Evaluation and treatment of condyloma (genital warts). A genital wart is a soft, noncancerous growth found on the skin outside or inside of the vagina, anus, or cervix. They can also be found on the lips, mouth, tongue, and throat in some cases.
Diagnosis of condyloma involves a physical exam of the genital area and may be conducted through a pap smear, pelvic exam, colonoscopy, or a biopsy. Treatment will depend on each individual patient’s symptoms and the extent of the condition but may involve surgical removal.
Tissue is removed from inside the uterus during dilation and curettage (D&C). A dilation and curettage procedure is used to diagnose and treat certain uterine conditions, such as heavy bleeding, or to clear the uterine lining after a miscarriage. The lower, narrow part of your uterus is opened using small instruments or medication. Curettes, which can be sharp instruments or suction devices, are used to remove uterine tissue next.
Hymenectomy is a surgical procedure in which the hymen is opened. Hymens that are abnormally thick, septate, or otherwise obstruct the flow of menstruation are often treated with it. Pain and discomfort can be alleviated by surgery when the hymen has a small opening.
During vulvectomy, the vulva is partially or completely removed. Most of the time, the procedure is performed as a last resort if a patient has cancer, vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia, or vulvar dysplasia.
Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery just might be an excellent treatment option for a number of women’s health conditions. Opting for minimally invasive surgery comes with a myriad of benefits. These procedures are very low risk when compared with open surgery, little risk of scarring exists, and infections are less likely.
Patients will require little to no hospital stay and much less downtime, often minimally invasive features allow patients to return to their day-to-day activities nearly immediately and with less pain. Less blood loss also means minimal blood transfusion would be required. Patients in Eugene, OR, can enjoy the many benefits of minimally invasive gynecologic surgery by scheduling an appointment with Dr. Beyerlein. We serve patients from Eugene OR, Cottage Grove OR, Coburg OR, Lowell OR, Creswell OR, Springfield OR, and Junction City OR.
ADDITIONAL SERVICES YOU MAY NEED
❱ Abdominal Hysterectomy
❱ Bladder Lift Surgeon Q&A
❱ Cervical Cone Biopsy
❱ Endometrial Ablation
❱ Endometrial Biopsy
❱ Female Sexual Dysfunction
❱ Gynecological Surgery
❱ Hormone Therapy
❱ Vaginal Hysterectomy
❱ Endometriosis Diagnosis & Care
❱ Infertility Treatment
❱ IUD Insertion and Removal
❱ Women’s Care
❱ Well Women Exams
❱ Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
❱ Leep Surgery
❱ Menopausal Disorder
❱ Menstrual Irregularity
❱ Vaginal Prolapse