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Now offering MonaLisa Touch in Viera and Melbourne FL

[vc_row][vc_column width="2/3"][vc_column_text] A novel fractional CO2 laser therapy for gynecological health. [/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="20"][mkdf_blockquote text="A new procedure that patients have called “life-changing”"][vc_empty_space height="20"][vc_column_text]An in-office procedure that requires about 3 treatments in about 5 minutes without anesthesia. Painful intercourse, vaginal dryness and vaginal burning could now be relieved with only 3 quick treatments. No hormones, no anesthesia, MonaLisa is an alternative treatment for women who cannot use hormones or prefer not to. If you have been diagnosed with Lichen sclerosus and you are currently using creams with little effect or recurrence, MonaLisa is for you. In about 4-5 treatments the condition can regress like never before. Now it’s possible with no pain, no side effects and in just few minutes. MonaLisa Touch is a painless and minimally invasive laser treatment for vaginal...

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Bio-Identical Hormones

What are Bio-Identical Hormones? Bio-identical Hormone Therapy or BHRT have been around for quite some time. They are now offered more commonly to women as an alternative of care for treating hormonal imbalances that some women may experience in their pre and/or post-menopausal years. As we know aging occurs and with it, the inevitable hormonal game. Some of us will be blessed and carry on gracefully, others will engage in a battle of symptoms that could cause tremendous annoyance or distress depending on their severity. It is afterall a personal choice but it could be empowering to know that you have another option. Bio-Identical Hormones regimen may be considered if you are looking for a more natural and individualized treatment to restore health and hormonal balance. So what are...

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Uterine Fibroids

What are uterine fibroids? Uterine fibroids are benign (non-cancerous) tumors comprised of muscle cells derived from the uterus. Fibroids can grow on the surface, middle or cavity of the uterus; they are very common, being found in up to one in four women during the reproductive years. Most uterine fibroids cause no symptoms but will cause the uterus to feel enlarged at the time of routine yearly pelvic exams. Ultrasound is the most common diagnostic tool utilized to diagnose uterine fibroids. In some special circumstances, CT scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or laparoscopy may be needed to determine the extent of uterine fibroid extension. What are the symptoms of uterine fibroids? Many women don’t feel any symptoms with uterine fibroids. But for other women, uterine fibroids can cause...

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s)

Aside from colds and flu, sexually transmitted diseases are the most common contagious diseases in the United States. Sexually transmitted diseases are transmitted via bacteria, parasites or viruses that come into contact with skin or body fluids. If left untreated, some sexually transmitted diseases may lead to major health problems, some of which may be life-threatening. If you believe you may have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease, you (and your sexual partner or partners) should seek immediate medical attention. Sexually transmitted diseases include: gonorrhea chlamydia syphilis genital herpes human papillomavirus (HPV) human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) trichomonas hepatitis B and C How do I know if I have a sexually transmitted disease? Not all sexually transmitted diseases result in obvious symptoms. However, sexually transmitted disease symptoms may include: ...

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Pelvic Pain

Many women experience pelvic pain at some point in their lives. Pelvic pain may be constant or it may come and go. It may occur only at specific times, such as before or after eating, during urination, during sex, or during your menstrual period. You should contact Dr. Sargent if you are experiencing pelvic pain that is frequent, intense or disruptive to daily activities or enjoyment of life. What causes pelvic pain? Pelvic pain can be caused by or related to a wide range of conditions. These include: scar tissue infection of reproductive organs, urinary tract, bowels or appendix ovarian cysts (abnormal, fluid-filled cavities that form in or on the ovaries) ectopic pregnancy (when an embryo becomes implanted in any tissue other than the uterine wall) dysmenorrhea (severe...

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