In-Office Surgery Specialist

Associates in Women's Health

Gynecologists & Aesthetic Specialists located in Cincinnati, OH

At Associates in Women’s Health, we offer a wide range surgical procedures that utilize the latest technological advancements and techniques. While more major procedures are often performed at either Bethesda North Hospital or Evendale Medical Center, our less extensive surgeries can be performed in-house for patients who qualify. Associates in Women’s Health is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Contact us today to schedule a consultation with our medical team and find out more about our in-house surgeries.

In-Office Surgery Q & A

Associates in Women's Health

 

What In-House Surgeries Does AIWH Perform?

For women who experience heavy menstrual bleeding, who are interested in permanent birth control, who require an examination of their uterus or have cervical abnormalities, we have procedures at AIWH for these conditions and more.

NovaSure®

It is estimated that about 10 million women suffer from heavy and/or irregular menstrual bleeding, which can in turn cause fatigue, headaches and intense cramping. NovaSure® Endometrial Ablation is a simple, quick procedure that gently removes the lining of the uterus, reducing or stopping menstrual bleeding altogether.

NovaSure® provides a safer alternative to the side effects of pills or the extensive healing of a hysterectomy. Our medical team will help you determine if NovaSure® is right for you during your consultation.

Essure®

Essure® is a non-surgical procedure that provides a permanent barrier against pregnancy. This procedure only takes about 10 minutes and involves the placement of soft, flexible inserts into the fallopian tubes that prevent conception by blocking sperm from entering eggs. This alternative to conventional birth control is proven to be 99% effective at preventing pregnancies and is FDA-approved.

Hysteroscopy

What is a hysteroscopy?

A hysteroscopy is a simple procedure performed to examine the lining of the uterus. During a hysteroscopy, a viewing tool called a hysteroscope is inserted into the vagina and carefully moved through the cervix and into the uterus. A hysteroscope has a light and camera hooked onto it so that our medical team can get a clear picture of your uterus on a video screen.

When is a hysteroscopy performed?

A hysteroscopy may be performed for several reasons such as checking for cancer, removing growths or polyps, examining the cause of certain symptoms or looking at the openings of the fallopian tubes.

LEEP

What is a loop electrosurgical excision procedure, or a LEEP?

A loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) is a standard procedure that prevents cervical cancer by removing abnormal cells from your cervix.

Your doctor uses a small electrical wire loop to remove the abnormal cells. Typically, they perform it when a Pap smear, a biopsy, or a colposcopy yields abnormal results.  

During your consultation with our medical team, several factors will be evaluated such as your health, medical history, and individual condition to determine whether these procedures are right for you.

As all surgical procedures have some risk, our medical team will advise you on the potential side effects prior to treatment.

Contact Associates in Women’s Health today to schedule a consultation and find out if you are a candidate for NovaSure®, Essure®, or a hysteroscopy.

We proudly offer Environ Anesthesia for our in-office surgical procedures.



We are accredited for in-house surgery by the Joint Commission.