Lichen Sclerosus FAQs

What is Lichen Sclerosus? Lichen Sclerosus (LS) is a progressive, dermatological inflammatory affecting the vulva and anus. The exact cause of LS is unknown. However, studies have associated the condition with autoimmune diseases, infection, inflammatory responses, genetics and hormonal imbalances.

ThermiVa Non Surgical Vaginal Rejuvenation FAQ

ThermiVa FAQs What is ThermiVa? ThermiVa is a non-surgical, non-laser, painless in-office radiofrequency procedure for vaginal rejuvenation ( ie vaginal tightening). The treatments utilize radiofrequency energy to increase blood flow, collagen and elastin to the vagina and vulva. Tissue integrity

Labiaplasty Post Op Recovery FAQ

Labiaplasty Post-op Recovery FAQs   How long is the recovery period? The recovery period is generally 6 weeks depending on whether you are having more than just a labiapalsty .  If you are having just a labiaplasty of the minora

The Best Hysteropexy Procedure

The Best Hysteropexy Procedure     There are several different types of hysteropexy (ie Uterine suspension) surgical procedures which have been developed over the last century, however the classic sacrocolpohysteropexy remains the gold standard surgical procedure.  The hysteropexy comes in

Benefits of hysteropexy vs hysterectomy

BENEFITS OF HYSTEROPEXY VERSUS HYSTERECTOMY   When patient suffers from uterine prolapse or collision dyspareunia (painful sex with deep thrusting) most surgeons will offer the patient a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus) instead of a less invasive and less traumatic

Collision Dyspareunia

COLLISION DYSPAREUNIA   What is “Collision Dyspareunia”? The diagnosis of collision dyspareunia can only be made if the patient still has her uterus and she experiences pain deep inside the vagina, pelvis or lower abdomen with penile thrusting.  This pain

Hysteropexy Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions Hysteropexy   What is a hysteropexy? A hysteropexy (uterine suspension) simply means to surgically lift the uterus or to suspend the uterus and is usually performed for uterine prolapse (ie a falling uterus). What are the indications


HYSTEROPEXY   Dr. Miklos & Moore have been performing laparoscopic hysteropexy, uterine suspension or uterine preservation surgery for more than 20 years for uterine prolapse, collision dyspareunia (painful sex with penile thrusting) and infertility associated with uterine prolapse.  With a

Prolapse and Infertility

Infertility, Uterine Prolapse and Hysteropexy   Patients who have a prolapsed uterus and infertility can sometimes be treated with a uterine suspension i.e. hysteropexy to restore the uterus back to a more normal anatomical position and optimize conditions for sperm

4 Qualities All Great Doctors Share

Meeting new doctors for the first time is almost like going on a first date: it’s awkward at first, you end up asking a lot of questions, and it can get personal really quickly. When you first walk into the