Abrams Center for Women


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Office Procedures

This special type of examination uses a colposcope. A colposcope is similar to a pair of binoculars that is designed to magnify the cervix, vagina, and genitals. Learn more >

Endometrial Biopsy (EMB)
An endometrial biopsy is a procedure that involves taking a small sample of the inner lining of the uterus called the endometrium. Learn more >

Endocervical Curettage (ECC)


Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP)
LEEP, or Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure, is a treatment in which electrosurgical wire loop is used to remove an abnormal piece of tissue on the cervix. Learn more >

Patient Education

A bowel movement every third day is not outside the realm of normalcy, but stools should not be so hard that relieving oneself is a strain. Learn more >

Endometrial Hyperplasia
The terminology of simple hyperplasia, complex hyperplasia, and atypical hyperplasia has been recommended: Simple hyperplasia includes those with cystic and branching adenomatous patterns. Complex hyperplasia refers to the presence of overtly crowded, papillary, or closely apposed glands. Learn more >

Bladder Training: Improving Urinary Incontinence Without Surgery
The goal of bladder training is to help you gain control of your bladder problems. Your problem may be manifested by frequency and urgency, or loss of urine associated with a strong desire to void. The process of bladder training increases the amount of time between each urination. This is simple at first but as sessions lengthen, will require some practice on your part. Learn more >

Dietary Irritants
There are some specific foods and liquids that can irritate the bladder causing the urge to urinate, urinary frequency, and in some cases, bladder pain. These include: Learn more >

Genital Warts
Many people who have a genital HPV infection have no signs or symptoms. Learn more >

Good Toileting Habits
Medical research has documented that there are 20 million Americans with bladder problems of some sort. It is known that bladder problems affect people of all ages, races, and economic groups. Many health experts are hard at work to help people find the causes of their bladder problems and ways to help them with management strategies or cure. Learn more >

Lichen Sclerosis
Lichen sclerosis (LS) is a painful skin condition that typically affects the vulva (or penis) and anus. In women, LS falls under the general category of vulvodynia (chronic vulvar pain). It is not a contagious condition. Learn more >

Pelvic Muscle Exercises

The pelvic muscle is a sling-like muscle that supports the pelvic organs. It reaches from the tail bone to the pubic bone. When this muscle is contacted (squeezed), it also squeezes the urethra (the tube from the bladder to the outside) which helps close off the urethra so urine cannot leak out. Learn more >

Pelvic Support Problems


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