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Gynecology 2019-01-16T13:07:55+00:00

Gynecology

 

Graduate doctor at UnB

Specialist in Gynecology and Colposcopy

Post-Graduation in Orthomolecular Practice in Medicine (PUC)

Extensive academic training in Brazil and abroad

Adept of Integrative Medicine

More than 25 Years Dedicated to the Care of Women

 

Surgical Videohysteroscopy, Urogynecology and others

 

Treatment of uterine diseases: myomectomy, abdominal hysterectomy, vaginal hysterectomy.

Contraceptive methods: choose the method according to the characteristics and needs of each patient.

Acne, weight gain and loss of libido associated with contraceptive use.

Surgical Videohysteroscopy: Diagnosis and treatment of uterine bleeding. Withdrawal of endometrial polyps and submucousmyomas.

 

Urogynecology: Treatment of stress urinary incontinence: involuntary urinary loss. Correction of cystocele and rectocele. Perineoplasty((alsoperineorrhaphy).

Introduction and withdrawal Copper IUD (intrauterine device with copper filaments)

Placement of hormonal IUD for a woman who does not desire or cannot menstruate (Adenomyosis, Menstrual Cramps, Bariatric Surgery)

Treatment of cervical polyps.

 

Does every woman need to take contraception? How to choose the best method?

Any woman are not required to take something you do not want to, but contraceptive methods are more effective than condoms to avoid an unplanned pregnancy. If you want, the ideal is to talk to the doctor about all methods – and then see what is best for you. The gynecologist should investigated for any contraindications (such as personal history of high blood pressure, active liver disease, previous thromboembolic events, family history of breast cancer In the absence of factors that contraindicate these methods. The gynecologist also should expose the patient to the options.

I have a lot of colic, headache and sinus pain during PMS. Is this normal?

Many women get tense, have colic before and during the period, headache, breasts are swollen. A detailed medical investigation should be carried out when the patient does not show improvement of the symptoms after the use of analgesics and anti-inflammatories, and when they appear with such intensity that they end up compromising daily activities (study, work, etc.). Be aware if in addition to the signs mentioned, you have other symptoms like changes in bowel habits and pain during sex – they are characteristic of endometriosis.

 

Sometimes it feels like I feel something “dripping” in my panties. What is it?

Normal vaginal secretion (also called ‘physiological vaginal secretion’) can be produced in a variable volume according to the stage of the cycle in which the woman is. It is usually clear (transparent or slightly yellowish), has no odor and does not cause other symptoms (such as burning and itching).

 

I feel pain in sex. It’s normal?

In some specific positions or if it is not well lubricated, this may happen yes, but it should be fleeting. But, as a rule, pain during sexual intercourse should be a warning sign: in these cases, one must investigate the existence of pathologies that may be the cause of this discomfort.