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IUI is an option for enhancing fertility. It can benefit women with decreased ovulation, men with decreased semen quality, and couples with unknown causes of infertility. IUI, also known as artificial insemination, can benefit women using donor sperm. Read more.
Sonohysterogram is an ultrasound combined with installation of saline into the uterus that is used to detect abnormalities in the uterine cavity such as polyps and fibroids. Most commonly it is used to evaluate bleeding abnormalities and infertility. Read more.
Nexplanon is used for the prevention of pregnancy for up to 3 years. It is a small flexible rod about the size of a matchstick that is placed under the skin of your arm. Read more.
IUDs are one of the most reliable forms of reversible contraceptives. The Mirena IUD is also approved to treat heavy periods. Mirena is effective for 5 years. Paraguard is effective for 10 years. Read more.
Colposcopy is a test performed if a Pap test is abnormal. It is a way of looking at the cervix through a special magnifying instrument called a colposcope. It lets your doctor detect problems of the cervix that cannot be seen with the eye alone. This procedure is performed in our office. Read more.
For the treatment or diagnosis of cervical dysplasia. LEEP effectively cures 95% of cervical dysplasia (precancerous lesions) caused by HPV. Read more.
Amniocentesis is the most accurate method for detecting chromosomal abnormalities. It is also used to identify fetuses affected by inherited genetic disorders like cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs disease, or sickle cell anemia. Other uses include detecting spina bifida and determining fetal lung maturity. Read more.