Endometriosis can drastically affect the quality of your life and health if left untreated. Advanced diagnostic techniques from your gynecologist can help you to discover the illness at an early stage. Dr. Darin Swainston offers robotic-assisted and slightly invasive care for Endometriosis in Las Vegas. The doctor combines high levels of skillset and state of the art equipment to ensure that all patients receive lower risk and comfortable options in the management of endometriosis.

What is Endometriosis?

Endometriosis affects the female reproductive system. Tissue lining of the uterus is present in parts of the abdominal cavity, such as the uterus, bladder, rectum, ovaries, ureters, peritoneum, and the fallopian tube as implants in patients with endometriosis. The tissue lining reacts to estrogen in a similar way to the uterus. During the menstrual cycle, the tissue implants grow and bleed, causing irritation and inflammation of the proximate tissue. Scar tissue can form as the inflamed tissue breaks down. The condition affects more than ten percent of women in the reproductive age. Endometriosis can also lead to infertility if left untreated.

Symptoms of Endometriosis

The symptoms differ from one person to the other. The location of an implant also accounts for the symptoms. The common symptoms of endometriosis include the following.

·         During the menstrual period, the patient experiences chronic pelvic pain before, during, and after sex.

·         Pain while urinating, for patients with implants on the bladder.

·         Excessive bleeding, painful, and uncomfortable periods.

·         Painful bowel movements for patients with implants on the rectum.

Some patients with the condition do not experience any of the symptoms highlighted above. It is essential for you to have regular gynecological exams to find a solution early enough.

Treatment of Endometriosis

At Darin Swainston, MD, FACOG, each patient is first tested to rule out the possibility of suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID). The test also helps the technician in determining the best and least invasive treatment. Personalized treatment is offered to patients with endometriosis. The treatment starts with conventional medicine. If necessary, you shall be subjected to one of the procedures highlighted below.

·         Extensive lysis of the scar tissue deposits in the abdomen as a result of endometriosis.

·         Robotic-assisted amputation of endometrial implants. The implants are detached and removed from the abdominals structures carefully. It is also called the resection of endometriomas.

·         Fulguration of endometrial implants using electrical energy.

Benefits of Minimally Invasive, Robotic-Assisted Surgeries

General lysis and resection of endometriomas can minimize the complications and symptoms of endometriosis. Some patients that have endometriosis are able to get to retain the potential bearing children after the surgery. Unfortunately, patients that do not meet the criteria for robotic-assisted surgeries are advised to undergo a hysterectomy. Full or partial hysterectomy can help you to avoid the symptoms of endometriosis, but you shall not be able to bear children.

Darin Swainston is leading in the provision of high quality gynecological for patients dealing with endometriosis in. You can call the center on 702-357-5741 to book an appointment to make a step towards avoiding the adverse symptoms of endometriosis.