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April Adenomyosis Awareness Month

April is the Adenomyosis Awareness Month! Spread these Key Messages to all women: Adenomyosis is worse than Endome

COVID 19 Restrictions | Sydney Fibroid Clinic | Sydney Interventional Radiology

  Amidst COVID19 pandemic, Sydney Fibroid Clinic and Sydney Interventional Radiology endeavours to keep our serv

Why endometrial ablation for adenomyosis might make pain worse?

In a nutshell: Endometrial ablation uses heat energy to destroy the inner lining of the uterus. The adenomyosis tissu

Australian Study Offers Fresh Hope for Women Suffering Debilitating Menstrual Condition

A ground-breaking new study undertaken by two doctors from Sydney Adventist Hospital is offering fresh hope for women wh

STOP Putting Up with Heavy Painful Periods- Could it be Adenomyosis?

Your periods are heavy if you are changing pads too often, requiring large pads, needing to change at night time, floodi

How to Diagnose Adenomyosis? Why are we missing it?

If it took 15 years for an intelligent executive in a pharmaceutical company to sort out her heavy menstrual bleeding, s

Shrinking Fibroids to avoid Hysterectomy-How does UFE work?

Many Australian women suffers from fibroids - a benign growth in the uterus (womb), with symptoms such as heavy menstrua

Adenomyosis: An overlooked suspect for heavy painful periods

Adenomyosis (pronounced as aden-no my-osis) is the BAD cousin of endometriosis. It is an under-recognised cause for heav

How to Shrink Fibroids without Surgery?

Many Australian women are troubled by fibroids symptoms such as heavy menstrual bleeding, period pain, bladder and press

Brand New Consulting Rooms at St Leonards

For the convenience of our out of the region and interstate patients, we have just opened our brand new rooms in St Leon

Hysterectomy: benefits, risks and long term side effects (with reference)

  Who needs a hysterectomy? How is a hysterectomy done? What are the benefits of hysterectomy over other

Why is adenomyosis so difficult to diagnose?

Why is adenomyosis so difficult to diagnose? Why ultrasound often missed the diagnosis of adenomyosis? Why is MRI mo

Why should women try to avoid hysterectomies? Risks and Side Effects

An Evidence Based Biased Opinion by Eisen Liang Hysterectomy is a major surgical operation that requires general

Info Night

Sydney Fibroid Clinic will be hosting a series of Info Nights about Latest Treatment for Fibroids, Adenomyosis and Pelvi

Can Uterine Fibroids be Malignant or Cancerous?

Fibroids are a very common, non-cancerous growth in the uterus. Fibroids do not turn malignant. Though uterine fibroids

Mayo Clinic Research Finds Hysterectomy Health Risks

ROCHESTER, Minn. New research from the Mayo Clinic could help women decide whether or not they want to undergo a hyst

Oral Pill Esmya that Shrinks Fibroids Linked to Serious Liver Injury

For women suffering from fibroids (non-cancerous tumours), every day could be physical and emotional agony. And many of

The Madness of Unnecessary Hysterectomy Has to Stop

By Anonymous Lown Insititute In 2006, I was over-treated and permanently harmed by my gynecologist of 20 years. I