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

MRKH: How to Help Your Daughter

MRKH, or Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, is the failure of the uterus and the vagina to develop properly in women, despite a normal ovarian function and normal external genitalia. It is most often diagnosed during the teenage ages (between 15-18 years old),

Starting the PFD Conversation

Pelvic Floor Disorder, or PFD, is not just a medical condition that is uncomfortable for many women worldwide, it can also lead to embarrassing circumstances, which can force suffering women into silence. These types of urogyn conditions can be difficult

The Effects of Bedside Manner

When undergoing a procedure or otherwise visiting a doctor for an uncomfortable reason, the last thing you want to experience in their office is someone cold or not empathetic discussing your medical needs. You want to work with a doctor

FAQ: Uterine Fibroids

Most women are not familiar with fibroids or their associated symptoms unless they or a loved one is diagnosed with them. Uterine fibroids (aka uterine leiomyomas) are almost always noncancerous but can cause heavy periods, painful sex, and pelvic and

Perineoplasty to the Rescue!

There’s no doubt that the medical world is a confusing place. It seems like no matter the ailment, modern medicine has found a way to solve many issues women experience. This is especially true in the world of vaginal procedures