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Adenomyosis: a condition in which the endometrium (the lining of the uterus) grows into the uterine muscles. This condition causes pain and bleeding problems.
Amenorrhea: the absence of menstrual bleeding.
Candida: yeast that may infect the mouth, skin, intestines, or vagina.
Cerclage: temporary surgical closure of cervix.
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Colposcopy: A colposcope is an instrument that allows a care provider to inspect the cervix under high magnification. Very small abnormalities can be seen. A biopsy to rule out a more serious process and to treat the lesion may also be performed. These are relatively minor procedures and are performed in our office and do not require hospitalization. If cancer is detected your care provider will discuss the type and extent of the disease with you. Even in patients who have cancer, there is a high rate of complete cure. Prompt treatment and closely following your care provider’s recommendations are vital.
Cyst: a closed, fluid-filled sac embedded in tissue, usually on ovaries. A cyst can be normal with ovulation, yet is abnormal with bleeding or tumor.
Cystocele: a condition, sometimes occurring after childbirth, in which the urinary bladder bulges through the wall of the vagina.
Dysmenorrhea: painful menstrual bleeding.
Dyspareunia: painful sexual intercourse.
Dysplasia: atypical changes of cervix or skin.
Dysuria: painful or difficult urination.
Endometriosis: a condition marked by the presence, growth, and function of endometrial tissue outside of the uterus. These cells respond to the hormonal changes of the menstrual cycle and can cause severe pain and possible problems with infertility.
Fibroids: a benign (noncancerous) tumor that can grow in or on the uterus and may cause pain and bleeding.
Gardnerella: bacterial overgrowth in the vagina causing watery discharge with a “fishy” smell.
Hyperemesis: severe vomiting associated with pregnancy.
Hysterectomy: surgical removal of the uterus.
Intrauterine Device (IUD): a contraceptive device, consisting of a bent plastic or metal inserted through the vagina into the uterus, where it functions to prevent pregnancy.
LMP: first day of last menses used in calculating estimated pregnancy due date.
Mastitis: inflammation of the breast, usually due to bacterial infection.
Menometrorrhagia: excessive uterine bleeding occurring at regular intervals or at irregular intervals.
Menopause: the change of life when the ovaries stop working and menstrual periods no longer occur. Menopause can also occur after surgical removal of the uterus and ovaries.
Menorrhagia: abnormally heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding.
Non Stress Test (NST): a monitor that tracks fetal heart rate to determine well being.
Osteoporosis: abnormal thinning of bone, causing fragile bones that fracture easily.
Pelvic Prolapse: a condition where the organs of the pelvic area (uterus, bladder, vagina and rectum) are altered and “fall” or sag from the normal position.
Placenta Previa: a condition of pregnancy in which the placenta is developing very close or over the inner opening of the cervix causing the risk of bleeding during pregnancy or hemorrhage at the time of delivery.
Polycystic Ovaries (PCOS): a condition where multiple partially developed follicles form on the ovaries, affecting hormonal balance and can cause enlarged ovaries, increased pain, amenorrhea, abnormal facial hair growth, infertility and obesity.
Pre Eclampsia: a condition of pregnancy characterized by hypertension, edema and the presence of protein in the urine.
Rectocele: protrusion of the rectum into the vagina.
Trichomonas: sexually transmitted parasite that causes vaginal discharge and perineal pain.
Uterine Prolapse: a condition where the uterus sags or falls out of alignment from normal position.
Vaginitis: inflammation of the vaginal area, often producing pain, itchiness, burning on urination, and increased, sometimes foul-smelling, discharge.