Evaluation of a Nutraceutical for Endometriosis Pain Relief
Condition: Endometriosis Intervention: Dietary Supplement: Meta19.01 Sponsor: Metagenics Europe Not yet recruiting
ConclusionIn addition to clinical diagnosis, many demographic and health system factors are associated with use of robot-assistance for hysterectomy. This may indicate decreased access to the robot among underserved patient populations coupled with the capacity of large, urban facilities to make capital investments in robotic equipment.
ConclusionWe hypothesize that after removal of the right fallopian tube retrograde menstrual flow was blocked and caused her severe dysmenorrhea. After the excision of the rudimentary horn the patient's pain improved and went on to naturally conceive an intrauterine pregnancy. The Patient is currently in her second trimester.
ConclusionGU and GI fistulas are rare but morbid entities, which most often manifest after missed bladder or bowel injuries, post benign gynecological surgeries. Early detection and recognition of GI and GU injuries may be key for secondary prevention of fistula formation.
To investigate the safety and feasibility of robotic single-site for surgical resection of stage I to IV endometriosis in chronic pelvic pain patients.
To compare chronic pelvic pain and quality-of-life outcomes in women undergoing conservative or definitive surgery for pelvic pain.
We present a case of a 29 y/o G4P2 diagnosed with right ovarian vein thrombosis two weeks status post uncomplicated total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH), bilateral salpingectomy, and cystoscopy for chronic pelvic pain and abnormal uterine bleeding related to endometriosis.
Our aim is to determine the incidence of multiple laparoscopies for chronic pelvic pain over 10 years and to compare outcomes between patients who underwent single vs multiple laparoscopies.
To examine differences in life satisfaction, sleep, and fatigue after hysterectomy among women with preoperative pelvic pain and/or depression.
To identify and highlight preservation of the ureter and hypogastric nerve during excision of superficial endometriosis for the treatment of chronic pelvic pain.
To compare the results of bimanual pelvic exam (BPE) to Pelvic Ultrasound (PU) in symptomatic women. The American College of Physicians reported that 35% of women may experience pain, discomfort, embarrassment, or anxiety during a pelvic exam. This may serve as a barrier for women to seek medical care, which could potentially delay diagnosis. While prior studies show lack of evidence for routine BPE in asymptomatic women, its use in symptomatic women may also be limited.