Removal of ovarian lesions.
Removal of one or both ovaries.
Incise and drain large cysts.
Scraping the lining of the uterus to stop or help control abnormal bleeding; a sample is sent to the lab. This procedure is also performed for the treatment of miscarriage as well.
Cauterizing the endometrial lining of the uterus to stop of control abnormal bleeding.
Sterilization procedure tying and/or cauterizing the fallopian tubes.
A scope is used through the abdomen along with other instruments to remove fibroids.
Removal of the fallopian tubes (normally accompanies a hysterectomy procedure).
Procedure to examine the health of the bladder and urethra.
A small scope to look inside the pelvic region through the abdomen looking for various causes of pain.
A scope that views the pelvic region through the vagina.
Delivery of baby through the lower abdomen and uterus.
Removing a cone shaped piece of cervical tissue for abnormal cells.
A small electrical wire is used to remove abnormal cells in the cervix.
If you are in need of obstetric care, gynecology, birth control, or surgical services – make an appointment with Northern Nevada Women’s Health today!