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Unusual menstrual symptoms?

You may have uterine fibroids. Know your options.

Signs of uterine fibroids range from heavy prolonged menstrual bleeding to sexual dysfunction, frequent urination and other symptoms which can affect your quality of life. To request an appointment or consultation for help regarding your fibroid options, click on the appointment button on the right or view our contact information:

Want to learn more about fibroid treatments? Learn more at infoUFE.com.


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Women's Health

Women with unusual menstrual symptoms may suffer from treatable vascular conditions. These women are often told that a hysterectomy is their only solution, but at American Access Care, we have uterus-sparing options that may work better for you. Our minimally invasive treatment for fibroids is a 1 hour outpatient procedure with a return to normal activities within 8-14 days.

Women's Health

We offer an array of treatment options for women.


What We Offer…


Uterine Fibroid Embolization

Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) is a minimally invasive treatment that safely and effectively shrinks fibroids and eliminates the unpleasant symptoms they cause - all without the need for surgery. You can also avoid an overnight stay in the hospital. At American Access Care, UFEs are performed on an outpatient basis and offer a faster recovery time than more invasive hysterectomies and myomectomies.

Learn more about UFE treatment at infoUFE.com.


Uterine Fibroid Embolization

Embolization pathway for uterine fibroids.


Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Treatment

Pelvic congestion syndrome is associated with the presence of ovarian and pelvic varicose veins. As with varicose veins in the legs, the valves in the veins that help return blood to the heart become weakened and don't close properly. This allows blood to flow backwards and pool in the vein, causing pressure and making the veins bulge. In the pelvis, varicose veins can cause pain and affect the uterus, ovaries, and vulva. Up to 15 percent of women, generally between the ages of 20 and 50, have varicose veins in the pelvis, although not all experience symptoms. We treat symptomatic pelvic congestion syndrome with an embolization technique. This is a minimally invasive method to block the abnormal blood flow by use of synthetic platinum fibered coils to seal the faulty, enlarged vein. Symptom relief is typically seen within two weeks.


Pelvic Congestion Syndrome Treatment

Pelvic pain could be caused by pelvic congestion syndrome.


Fallopian Tube Recanalization

This non-surgical procedure treats blockages in the fallopian tubes using minimally invasive techniques. No needles or incisions are required during the procedure. A speculum is placed into the vagina, and a small plastic tube (catheter) is passed through the cervix and into the uterus. To determine whether there is a blockage, an x-ray test called a hysterosalpingogram (HSG) is performed, using a liquid contrast agent injected through the catheter. If a blockage is found, it can be opened right then and there by threading a smaller catheter through the first catheter into the fallopian tube.


Fallopian Tube Recanalization

Blockage in a fallopian tube.


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To learn more about fibroid treatments, visit infoUFE.com.


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