If you require gynecological surgery for permanent birth control, cancer, pelvic pain, or heavy bleeding, it’s important to choose a credentialed gynecologist with years of experience who stays abreast with the latest advancements in medicine. At her self-titled practice in Amarillo, Texas, Estelle Archer, MD, FACOG, is experienced in all areas of gynecological surgery, including hysterectomies, anterior repair, and posterior repair. Call her office to learn more, or book an appointment online today.
Gynecological surgery is any surgery related to women’s reproductive health. You may require minimally invasive gynecological surgery for the following health conditions:
Dr. Archer has years of experience and uses the latest advancements in gynecological surgery to maximize results and comfort.
Dr. Archer completes numerous gynecological surgeries, especially those that are minimally invasive, to enhance your health and prevent serious complications. She may recommend:
A hysterectomy is the removal of your uterus. Dr. Archer may recommend this option if you have cancer, heavy bleeding, or no longer would like to have children.
An oophorectomy is a gynecological surgery that removes your ovaries if you have cancer, are at risk of ovarian cancer, or no longer want to have children. Dr. Archer may remove your ovaries and uterus at the same time.
Loop electrode excision, also known as LEEP, is a procedure that uses an electric current to remove cancerous or abnormal cells from your cervix.
Endometrial ablation is a minimally invasive gynecological procedure that cauterizes uterine lining to prevent heavy bleeding.
Dr. Archer uses anterior and posterior repair to surgically tighten the front and back wall of the vagina, to correct pelvic organs that dropped out of a normal position (pelvic organ prolapse).
A myomectomy removes fibroids in your uterus without harming surrounding healthy tissue.
An ovarian cystectomy is a minimally invasive surgery used to remove ovarian cysts.
Dr. Archer uses tubal sterilization, or “tying your tubes,” to prevent you from becoming pregnant.
In addition to the gynecological surgeries mentioned above, Dr. Archer completes biopsies to detect serious health conditions, removes ectopic pregnancies, and much more.
Dr. Archer lets you know which gynecological surgery best matches your needs based on your health, which gynecological condition you have, and your comfort level. She focuses on preventive treatment and recommends the least invasive option first.
When you’re ready to find out if you require gynecological surgery, call Dr. Archer’s office, or book an appointment online.