Endometriosis Treatment in Gilbert, AZ

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Women in Scottsdale, Chandler, and Tempe, AZ who have experienced the side effects of menstrual cramps can empathize with those who have endometriosis. Even more, though, the heavy cramping and constant pain during the menstrual cycle of a woman with endometriosis can become disruptive to everyday life. Endometriosis takes over a woman's uterine lining and creates intense pressure in the pelvic area. Not only that, it creates extra stress on the body by surrounding organs with excess endometrium and can even make it difficult to get pregnant. At Life Care for Women, we offer our patients the opportunity to diagnose and treat endometriosis utilizing minimally invasive techniques.

Dr. Linda Sodoma is a board-certified gynecologist who provides women with a variety of options to help relieve symptoms of endometriosis. For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact our office in Gilbert, AZ.

While endometriosis can be managed, it cannot be cured. We can target pain and symptoms through treatment. The most common treatment options include:

Hormone therapy
Hormone therapy includes birth control pills, patches, and vaginal rings that can slow the growth of endometrial tissues by delivering a steady dose of hormones. An IUD can also be used to release hormones into the uterus to decrease the thickness of the tissue that has grown.

Endometrial ablation
Endometrial ablation is performed by utilizing freezing or heating techniques that can eliminate some of the thickness of the endometrial tissues in the uterus. This is a minimally invasive laser technique.

If the above solutions have not provided adequate relief, we may suggest surgery as a last resort. During this surgery, we can make two very tiny incisions in the abdomen where we will insert a light and camera. From there, we can visibly see endometriosis and overflowing uterine tissues, which we can remove.

Best doctor and best staff. They are always available and incredibly knowledgeable. I always recommend them. Incredibly friendly front desk staff as well!

S.T. Google

Have been a few times now for medical treatments. Dr Sodoma is direct, efficient and thorough but still still listened to my concerns attentively.

L.L. Google

Life care for Women isn’t just a Gynecologist office they are that and so much more! I tell all my friends about Dr. Sodoma and her team!

V.M. Google

What a wonderful office and staff! Everyone was welcoming and I was very happy with the services that I went in for on the aesthetic side of the practice. Highly recommend!

L.M. Google

Amazing experiences here. The whole staff is very nice. Dr. Sodoma is such a great listener and doesn’t rush the appointment. They offer innovative laser and aesthetic services. Highly recommend!

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If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have endometriosis, board-certified gynecologist Dr. Linda Sodoma and her team can help you diagnose and/or create a long-term treatment plan that can allow you to live life with less pain. We offer minimally invasive solutions that can help reduce excess tissue in the uterus caused by this incurable disorder. With medications, lifestyle changes, and surgery if necessary, we can help you take back control of your life. For more information, contact Life Care for Women in Gilbert, AZ.

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What causes endometriosis?

Endometriosis can arise from a number of causes, including genetic factors, abnormal menstruation, excess scar tissue, or lymphatic imbalances. The exact causes of endometriosis are still being uncovered by research; however, uncovering the disorder itself can help your doctor to address symptom relief no matter what the underlying issue may be. While these specific causes vary, Life Care for Women is here to help uncover and treat these results.
What can I expect from treatment?

Treatment surrounding endometriosis is targeted depending on the symptoms and their severity. Treatment may range from non-invasive techniques, including hormone therapy and laser therapy, and in extreme cases, minor surgery may help to alleviate the worst symptoms. Even in the case of surgery, incisions are kept to a minimum to ensure a quick and minimally painful recovery.
What can happen if my endometriosis goes untreated?

If left unaddressed, endometriosis pain can persist and internal scarring can increase. You may also experience discomfort during intercourse, sensations similar to menstrual cramping, and pain during urination. In addition, infertility may be risked by untreated endometriosis. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Sodoma to discuss solutions for your endometriosis pain today.
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