Endometriosis is a frustrating medical condition that makes a woman’s everyday life challenging. The growth of endometrial-like tissue outside of the uterus on other organs affects the severity of menstrual bleeding and cramps. Some women have to take days off work just to go through their cycles.
There are a few options to treat endometriosis without surgery. Those include over-the-counter pain medication, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, birth control, and other hormonal medications. If all those failed your GYN might recommend surgery.
Endometrial excision and/or a hysterectomy are the most common two surgeries done to treat endometriosis. Both can be done laparoscopically. Unfortunately, as many Canadian women experience delays in medical care, surgery for endometriosis has a long wait time. It will depend on the province you live in, but in some provinces, it can take up to 2 years to even see a GYN surgeon.
If you are unwilling to wait and would like to explore your private path for endometrial excision and/or hysterectomy, Health Vantis can assist. We helped many women get to surgery and feel better. What we require is a recent (within the last 6 months) Ultrasound or an MRI of the uterus. We then can submit your medical records for review and a phone consultation with a GYN surgeon in the US.
There is a Canadian option as well. However, the difference is that they require an in-person visit and they schedule their surgeries 2-4 months out depending on their availability. Their pricing sometimes is higher as well.
To learn more about your private endometriosis surgery in the US or Canada, please reach out to us by email email@example.com or by toll-free phone 877 344 3544.