Hysteroscopy Services, Polyp Removal, Sonohysterograms & Urodynamic Services in Englewood, CO
In our Littleton office, our providers offer hysteroscopy, polypectomy, and urodynamic services in addition to sonohysterograms in the Englewood, CO area. These in-office methods at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness allow our providers to examine the uterus and bladder to determine the health of each organ and pinpoint any areas of concern. If any potential problems with your cervix, uterus, or bladder have been identified, these in-office procedures are instrumental in determining further diagnoses.
Hysteroscopy & Polyp Removal
Hysteroscopy and Polyp Removal for Englewood Women
In the event that you experience abnormal bleeding, have received concerning pap test results, or are experiencing additional issues with your uterus or cervix, you may need a hysteroscopy procedure. The providers at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness are licensed to execute a hysteroscopy procedure where we place a hysteroscope through the vagina to analyze the cervix and uterus. During this procedure, our team can also execute a polypectomy. A polypectomy may be the removal of polyps, or growths, in the uterus.
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We’re Offering sonohysterograms if You Live Near Englewood
If a doctor has found it pertinent to examine your uterine lining and structure, they may recommend a sonohystogram treatment, which our providers at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness are able to perform. A sonohystogram is a procedure where water is instilled into the uterus through a catheter to visualize the uterine cavity with ultrasound. In this procedure, we can detect any abnormal growths and gather tissue for a biopsy.
Urodynamic Testing and Studies for Women in Englewood
When we at Littleton Gynecology and Wellness do urodynamic testing, we run a full bladder assessment to check on and determine causes for symptoms like incontinence, frequent urination, and needing to urinate without being able to. A catheter can be used to empty your bladder prior to the tests being run. The team at our Littleton clinic also makes use of urodynamic testing to better assess pelvic relaxation and prolapse.