Women's Success Stories
loves to hear about winners. Read on to learn how these women triumphed and
found the solution to their problems.
Carol Martin Made the Right Choice
Cosmetic surgery consultant Carol Martin knows her way around
an operating room. After 25 years’ experience putting solid information in the
hands of consumers facing life-changing decisions, she knows what to look for in
Communication Key to
Endometriosis Surgery Success
Successful artist and horsewoman Amy O’Leary knows firsthand about
the bad things that can happen when communication breaks down.
After Four Years of
Murawski learned the hard way that not all doctors are created
equal. She and her husband Al, a successful developer
supervising construction on the new Cowles Clinic at Lake Oconee,
moved to Reynolds Plantation four years ago. Then age
49, Claudia began to experience pain, heavy bleeding and abnormal
periods due to uterine fibroid tumors.
TOLD SHE’D NEVER HAVE
In their early thirties, Stephen, Maria and
their young son Stephen Rivera were a happy family in central New
Jersey. But the Riveras were hoping to have one more child …
especially for Stephen Junior. But for years, Maria had known that something
was terribly wrong. Not only was she not getting pregnant, she was
in constant, excruciating pain.
may become trapped in a seemingly endless cycle of pain from
adhesions, which are most frequently caused by prior surgery. Other
common causes of adhesions may be endometriosis or abdominal
infections. Surgery is often performed to remove the adhesions only
to have them form again...
Nanci LeRoy knows the difference between gynecologic
surgery done the old way with long abdominal incisions, and the
minimally invasive way, which has been practiced for more than
CWCRS first to offer minimally
Invasive solution for rare anomaly, MRKH syndrome
Kristina Henry, a Texas woman in her early thirties who had experienced
her first painful and terrifying surgery at age 16 to correct MRKH
syndrome, or failure of vaginal development, recently sought out the
Center for Women’s Care & Reproductive Surgery in Atlanta more than half
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