Best Uterine Fibroid Treatment Doctors & Fibroid Center In Healy,Alaska
Dr.Leanna Downing, MD|
643 Delaware St.
Phone: (566) 465-9059
Business Hours: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
By Appointment Only: yes
Accepts Insurance: no
Practice Areas: obstetrical care,Internal Medicine,Fertility
Dr.Hilda Neal, MD
28 E. Vernon St.
Business Hours: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
By Appointment Only: yes
Accepts Insurance: no
Practice Areas: gynecological care,Internal Medicine,Internal Medicine
Dr.Hollie Gray, MD|
Healy Fertility Care
477 Pheasant Street
Phone: (384) 750-9197
Business Hours: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
By Appointment Only: No
Accepts Insurance: no
Practice Areas: gynecological care,Fertility,Family Practice
Dr.Harmony Waller, MD
Healy Family Practice
7986 Gregory St.
Phone: (201) 310-8901
Business Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
By Appointment Only: no
Accepts Insurance: yes
Practice Areas: Family Practice,gynecological care,Family Practice
Local Resources For Uterine Fibroid Treatment
How to Naturally Balance Your Hormones with Essential Oils- Healy, Alaska
Hey guys, Axe here. I want to share with you how essential oils can help naturally balance out your hormones, and in this tutorial I'll talk about the specific oils that can benefit progesterone balance, estrogen balance, help improve thyroid issues, and also for men help naturally boost low testosterone. There are three main essential that we're going to benefit from learning here clary sage, thyme oil, and sandalwood oil. Clary sage, its biggest benefit is that it helps balance out estrogen production in the body. We know that a lot of health issues today, even things like infertility, PCOS, estrogenbased cancers are caused from excess estrogen in the body. So we know that clary.
Sage helps balance out those estrogen levels, and that's why it's such an effective essential oil in the treatment of hormone conditions. So whether you're struggling with PMS during the month or possibly you know you have excess estrogen in the body, clary sage is a great essential oil to consider to adding in your essential oil regime. The next oil is thyme essential oil, and thyme oil helps benefit the body by improving progesterone production. We know both men and definitely a lot of women are low in progesterone, and low progesterone levels have been linked with infertility, they have been linked with PCOS, they've been linked with depression as well as other imbalanced hormones within the body.
So thyme essential oil is the next essential oil you can use to naturally balance out hormones in your body. Then sandalwood oil is very, very effective at balancing out testosterone levels both in men and women. Sandalwood has actually also been used as a natural aphrodisiac and been used in men's cologne for years as well as certain feminine perfumes. It really just has an amazing, amazing scent to it. But if you're a male with low testosterone, adding a few drops of sandalwood oil into your homemade deodorant or your own homemade lotion is a great thing to do. That's one of my favorite ways to get essential oils is simply take.
Some coconut oil with the oil itself and rub it on different areas of your body. And because essentials oils are so small, so small molecularly, they actually can get from your skin into your body and you can get full body effects simply by putting essential oils directly on the skin. A few other essential oils that we know do balance and support hormone health in the body. We know rose oil does. Rose oil has been used also as an aphrodisiac and as a natural mood lifter. It's been shown to help in improving serotonin and other neuropeptides in the brain, sort of those good mood hormones. So rose oil is effective for that.
We've also found that lavender oil and chamomile oil are effective at reducing stress, which can naturally lower cortisol levels which is very, very important to the body as well when it's trying to overcome disease. In general, some of the best essential oils for thyroid function and autoimmune issues can be things like frankincense oil. We know frankincense oil reduces inflammation which can also help those cortisol levels. So again, if you want to personally have more balanced hormones, I recommend considering clary sage oil along with thyme oil and then sandalwood oil specifically for men. You can just put a few drops on your hand and rub it on your skin or combine them with some.
Of your own personal care products. Hey guys. This has been Axe talking about essential oils for hormones. If you enjoyed this tutorial on essential oils, make sure you get my free ebook on DrAxe , it's called quot;The King's Medicine Cabinet.quot; It's your guide, full guide, it's a $25 value. It's a free fullaccess guide to essential oils. Hey guys, this has been Axe. Thanks for watching.
da Vinci robotic gynecologic surgery for fibroids
Ashley: Two of my aunts had fibroids and they just took out their uterus. So they don't have any children. Saffer: Ashley has very large fibroids. It's not a cancer. So it's just an abnormal growth that just keeps on growing. If Ashley one day wants to get pregnant the only real option is removing the fibroids but not removing the uterus. Nurse: You'll get prepped and ready to go to surgery. Saffer: She's 20 and it's very unusual to see fibroids this big, early on in life. Louella: I'm Louella. I'm Ashley's mom.
Nurse: Her mom? Okay. Ashley: I'm Alexis, her sister. Nurse: Okay very good. Saffer: This is a da Vinci SI System. The first component is the arms of the robot maneuver very similarly to a human hand with perfect wrist movements. The second component is the actual surgical console. This manipulates the instruments on the robotic arms. When I put my head where the headpiece is, I'm immersed in a 3D field, of fantastic resolution. Fibroids can start to twist on themselves. And that can cause excruciating pain.
Ashley: It feels like something is like eating me from the inside out. My stomach rises up and it stiffens. I'm going to kill youâ€¦. Saffer: There are ways of removing fibroids, the conventional way is where you make a large incision and take them out. How you doing? Nurse: Hello. How are youâ€¦ Saffer: With Ashley's surgery there's no way we could do this minimally invasively if it wasn't for the robotic system. I'm going to go through a couple of things, as to what's going to happen this morning. We'll make little incisions in your tummy,.
And if we can safely take the fibroids out robotically, then that's what we'll do. Ashley: Mmhmm. Okay. Male: I'll kind of hold your hand while things are happening. Ashley: Yeah. Colleen: What seems very routine to us on a daytoday basis is not routine to our patients. They're in a world that's unfamiliar to them. Nurse: Just kind of nervous? Ashley: Yeah.
Nurse: That's alright. Colleen: We understand their fear. We're here to alleviate those fears. Nurse: Even nurses get nervous. I had surgery a couple months ago, they kept saying are you nervous? No, no, no, no, no, no. But when it got right down to the point it was yes, I was nervous. Colleen: All of us just as human beings want to know what to expect. Nurse: Hugs and smooches and see you later. You're in great hands. Saffer: It's the only robotic system that's dedicated to women's surgery in San Diego.
County. Nurse: Did you meet Sophia the robot? Saffer: She'll be out of the the next day. Recovery instead of being six weeks, tends to be 10 days. We attach the robotic arms to the patient. And then I'm right next to her, at the console during the surgery. Nurse: Wow. Saffer: The last thing that you need to do is to get that fibroid tissue out of the abdomen. And we use something called a morcelator. It is sucking the fibroid out. You take it.
Out through a small incision in the abdomen. And close up the middle incisions and we're done. The biggest hole is this one, and it's about a centimeter. How you doing? Everything went very, very well. Louella: Uhhuh. Saffer: The good news is we did it all robotically, as we planned. She has a beautiful looking, normalsized uterus, at the end of the procedure. And that should heal very, very nicely. Colleen: Everything we do makes an impact. And we have to remember that day. Remember.