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Gynecologist
305 7th Ave, 10th FlNew YorkNY10001
(75)

Great bedside manner, Dr. Marsan made me feel at ease. Very easy to talk to, expertly answers all questions.

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
305 7th Ave, 10th FlNew YorkNY10001
(4)
Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
52 W 8th StNew YorkNY10011
(1,075)

He has been my doctor for years. I would highly recommend him.

Appointments available Tomorrow
Appointments available Tomorrow
Gynecologist
201 E 28th st, Suite 1BNew YorkNY10016
(405)

I can’t imagine a gynecologist better than Dr. Song. He is such a knowledgeable doctor

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
800 2nd Ave, 9th FloorNew YorkNY10017
(485)

Staff was very polite and professional. The doctor was extremely knowledgeable and made my visit worth it!

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
800 2nd Ave, 9th FloorNew YorkNY10017
(4,391)

The front desk messed up with the schedule and have kept me waiting for more than two hours. I’m fully aware that this kind of thing happens but one thing really annoys me is how the front desk treated this situation. I was never informed and just sitting there for hours. My husband called the front desk and ask for why. They replied they’ll talk to me but they didn’t and never apologized.

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
20 E 46th St, Suite 202New YorkNY10017
(5,589)

Wonderful bedside manners, took the time to answer my questions - her office is really efficient. Lab for blood work in the same building!

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Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
274 Madison Ave, Ste 300New YorkNY10016
Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
59 E 54th StNew YorkNY10022
(1,067)

While Dr. Faroqui is absolutely amazing, her office is not. I was the only patient in the waiting room and waited 40 minutes for my appointment. Office looks like an old business office turned into a doctors office, not great. But as previously stated, Dr. Faroqui was great and made me feel very comfortable.

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
146 Norman AveBrooklynNY11222
(541)

Kind, gentle and professional doctor. Highly recommended.

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Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
80 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1605New YorkNY10011
(632)

Dr. Cavalli and her staff are so wonderful and attentive! Highly recommend!

Appointments available Mon, Sep 30
Appointments available Mon, Sep 30
Gynecologist
133 East 58th St., Suite 1002New YorkNY10022
(695)

Doctor is thorough and friendly. She's happy to discuss your situation and alternatives you have - she listens to your specific concerns and provides advice based on your lifestyle.

Appointments available Today
Appointments available Today
Gynecologist
167 E 67th StNew YorkNY10065
(58)

Dr. Surur made me feel very comfortable and at ease. I had no trouble asking him my many questions and he was very patient, attentive, and informative.

Appointments available Tomorrow
Appointments available Tomorrow
Gynecologist
20 E 68th St, Suite 214New YorkNY10065
(130)

She is very polite and truly caring. She definitely went above and beyond on what I would expect in terms of doctors going out of their way to make it easier for their patients - following up with labs, and hospitals personally to ensure that I have results as soon as possible in a stressful time, and truly taking the time to see and talk me through a tough time. Only downside was that she doesn't do deliveries etc anymore so you have to go to another doctor later.

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Appointments available Tomorrow
Gynecologist
715 Park AveNew YorkNY10021
(8)

Dr. Goldman was absolutely fabulous. He was kind, took ample time to listen to my story, and had great recommendations for next steps. Would highly recommend.

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Appointments available Tomorrow
Gynecologist
Maiden Lane Medical Downtown
90 Maiden Ln, Ste 300New YorkNY10038
(184)

Kayee is an outstanding nurse practitioner and Dr. Levey is an excellent doctor. The staff is friendly and very personable. Everyone made me feel very comfortable. I highly recommend them!!

Appointments available Thu, Oct 3
Appointments available Thu, Oct 3
Gynecologist
Garden OB/GYN of East 67th
260 E 67th StNew YorkNY10065
(68)

She's a good doctor

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Appointments available Tomorrow
Gynecologist
225 St Johns PlBrooklynNY11217
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Gynecologist
161 Madison Ave, 9NWNew YorkNY10016
(1,395)

Everything was amazing. The staff was super friendly and so was the doctor. They made me feel so comfortable and answered all my questions. I’m definitely staying with them.

Appointments available Wed, Oct 2
Appointments available Wed, Oct 2
Gynecologist
338 East 30th StreetNew YorkNY10016
(182)

It was different from other doctors I have seen. I was greeted in a very friendly manner. Very polite I was so delighted being there. I will keep her as my doctor. Xo

Appointments available Thu, Oct 3
Appointments available Thu, Oct 3

Endometriosis

In endometriosis, the tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it. This can be incredibly painful, and it can cover multiple organs in the reproductive system, such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes and pelvic tissues. It is very rare for the condition to spread beyond the pelvic region. Even though the tissue grows outside of the uterus, it continues to function normally during the menstrual cycle. Under normal circumstances, the tissue thickens, eventually breaking down and exiting the body during the menstrual cycle. However, with endometriosis, as the tissue is displaced in this condition, there is no way for it to exit the body. In the ovaries, cysts called “endometriomas” can form as a result. Additionally, surrounding tissues can become irritable, leading to the formation of scar tissue and adhesions, which can cause pelvic tissues and organs to stick to each other.

The telltale sign of endometriosis is pelvic pain, which is far worse than the cramping experienced by most women during their menstrual cycle. The pain also tends to increase over time. The patient might also experience pain during intercourse, excessive bleeding, pain with bowel movements and infertility. The severity of the pain itself is not a great indicator of the extent of this condition, and often, patients with advanced endometriosis report no pain at all. Treatment may vary based on what your doctor thinks is suitable for your health situation. Treatment options include medication, hormone therapy and surgery. Head to a physician who can guide you with an appropriate treatment method for you.

Common questions and answers on endometriosis

Who is more likely to get endometriosis?

Endometriosis typically affects women of menstruating age, which is generally the age between menstruation and menopause. Over 176 million women all over the world suffer from endometriosis. One in 10 women in the United States have this disease.

How is endometriosis diagnosed?

Laparoscopy may be used for endometriosis diagnosis. It is a thin telescope-like instrument that is inserted into the pelvic cavity by creating a small incision near the navel. Using a light source and a lens, a doctor can diagnose endometriosis. In addition, some physicians diagnose endometriosis without laparoscopy. 

 

Is there a cure for endometriosis?

A combination of long-term treatments can help manage endometriosis symptoms. Some of the treatment methods include:

  • Deep-excision using laparoscopy: Using laparoscopic surgery, the surgeon carefully removes the lesion, including the tissue beneath the surface. 
  • Cold-excision: Sometimes, surgeons use lasers or cauterization to remove the endometriosis lesions. However, this method can be risky, as it might end up damaging the surrounding healthy tissues.

Continue reading what Endometriosis Foundation of America has to say about the various treatment methods.

Can a hysterectomy cure endometriosis?

No; hysterectomy does not guarantee the complete removal of endometriosis lesions. It is important that the entire lesion is removed, which includes those present beneath the surface.

 

What are some quick tips to help you with endometriosis visits?

Make a list of all the symptoms that you might be experiencing. Prepare a list of questions you might have for the physician in advance, and be sure to ask them. Consult your insurance provider whether treating this condition is covered by the plan.

 

Where can you find a doctor for endometriosis treatment near you?

At Zocdoc.com!  You can book an appointment with top-rated endometriosis specialists who are available for treating endometriosis in your location. Booking is simple, secure and free!

 

How much does endometriosis treatment cost?

The treatment costs may vary based on your location, insurance provider and other factors.


Source:

Endometriosis Foundation of America

The content herein is provided for general informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Medical information changes constantly, and therefore the content on this website should not be assumed to be current, complete or exhaustive. Always seek the advice of your doctor before starting or changing treatment. If you think you may have a medical emergency, please call your doctor or 9-1-1 (in the United States) immediately.

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