Dr. Jay D. Varma joins Eileen Whelan from Good Morning Washington to discuss the specifics offibroids. He answers questions like what are they? What are symptoms? Who’s at risk of havingthem and more.
Pelvic Congestion is more common in women who have been pregnant, especially with multiple pregnancies. This condition happens as a side effect of pregnancy in about 15 percent of women. While not common, pelvic congestion can also occur in women
Are you putting off treating your enlarged prostate because you fear a difficult recovery from prostate surgery or post-surgical side effects which could affect your quality of life? If so, Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE) may be the answer for you.
If you are considering UFE, you may be concerned how the procedure will affect your chances of having a baby afterward. The answer is that having a healthy pregnancy is possible after UFE. In fact, for many women, UFE may
We understand the anxiety and fear that many are experiencing due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. While it may be different, we are hopeful for a gradual return to everyday life. We are taking the necessary steps to ensure your
What are spider veins? Spider veins are very small threadlike reddish or bluish veins that occur in the skin typically on the legs and often have a branching spider web type pattern. These are different than the larger veins called
Varicose veins are common during pregnancy and are a concern for many women. Fortunately, they are rarely a serious problem and can be dealt with effectively. I will answer some common questions that women have regarding varicose veins and pregnancy:
Spider veins are small, red, blue, or purple unsightly dilated veins that can appear anywhere on the body, most commonly on the surface of the legs, particularly in the upper outer thighs. They are also known as spider telangiectasias. They
There are many steps you can take to keep the varicose veins you have from getting worse and slow new ones from forming. Avoid prolonged standing or sitting, for example, and avoid crossing your legs when you sit. Elevate your legs when