Brittany (30) from Herndon, Virginia had been trying to conceive for four years before coming to CIGC for minimally invasive cyst removal. During surgery, it was discovered she had also been suffering from endometriosis and bowel adhesions. Endometriosis is known to cause infertility as endometrial tissue can affect the ovaries and quality of eggs, and can create toxicity in the lining. After GYN surgery, Brittany got pregnant within a month.
“My daughter is 3 years old now. She is happy, healthy and perfect. It brings tears to my eyes just thinking about the carefulness of the surgery, and being able to keep my ovary and returning to normal within days. I didn’t think that I would end up keeping my ovary and didn’t know if I could ever get pregnant on my own. When that test came back positive my world changed all for the better.” Brittany said.
Read about her journey in this recent blog on Dr. Paul MacKoul’s Tumblr: Brittany’s Story: Pregnant At Last After Endometriosis Surgery
CIGC surgeons use the advanced DualPortGYN technique to perform procedures like cyst removal, endometriosis excision, hysterectomy a.o. The approach is minimally invasive, with only two 5 mm incisions and 1 week recovery time. You can read additional patient feedback on our website in the patient spotlight section, or online on doctor review sites: Dr. Natalya Danilyants Reviews | Dr. Paul MacKoul Reviews | Dr. Rupen Baxi Reviews.
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