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Abnormal Bleeding

Abnormal bleeding can occur at any point during a woman’s life from the time she starts menstruating. Whether it happens during, before, or after your menstrual period, getting it examined by a professional is important.

Abnormal PAP Smears and HPV

Abnormal result from a PAP smear or a diagnosis of HPV are something that many women experience. Annual visits can help detect and address problems early and lower your risk of developing other more serious conditions. 

Cramps and Pelvic Pain

If you begin to have cramps or pelvic pain that is abnormally severe during period, intercourse, or any other part of your menstruation cycle, call your gynecologist. These are not part of a normal cycle, contrary to popular belief.

Cycle Irregularities

Cycle irregularities can be an indicator that a more serious condition is present, such as endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrome. With proper testing, we can determine the underlying cause of your cycle irregularity and develop a personalized treatment plan for you. 


Endometriosis is where tissue grows outside of the uterus or on other harmful areas of the body. While there is no cure for endometriosis, it is easily diagnosable. The condition can be treated with medication, hormone therapy, surgery, and alternative medicine.


A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection that occurs in any part of your urinary tract system. UTIs can be uncomfortable, painful, and, if left untreated, can result in a kidney infection. If you are experiencing pain or burning while urinating, frequent urination, or bloody urine, call your doctor today.

Vaginal Infections

Vaginal infections are often the result of bacteria buildup in the vaginal area. There are several types of infections women can experience, all of which can be treated with medication.

Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal rejuvenation is an umbrella term for procedures that help to tighten loose skin, strengthen muscles, and improve the function of the vaginal area. While not everyone is a candidate for this, it can help women who have experienced changes from childbirth or menopause. 

Meet Our Providers

Each Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery professional is specially trained to work with women from all walks of life. No matter what you’re looking to seek care for, our providers can help. Learn more about our staff and professionals below. 

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How Is Endometriosis Diagnosed?

Many women first suspect they have endometriosis due to the symptoms they experience. Some of the most common symptoms include:
  • Painful or irregular periods
  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Heavy menstrual flow
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Infertility
  • Gastrointestinal issues
  • Pelvic floor pain
To diagnose endometriosis, your doctor will have to perform a laparoscopy, a surgical diagnostic procedure that allows examination of the abdomen, uterus and surrounding areas. During this procedure, your doctor will take a tissue sample and biopsy it to determine if there are abnormalities. Your doctor might also perform an ultrasound, CT scan or MRI to confirm your diagnosis.
When you’re diagnosed with endometriosis, your doctor will categorize your condition as Stage 1-4. Stage 1 is the most minimal form of endometriosis, and the stages continue to mild, moderate and severe by Stage 4. The stage of your endometriosis refers to the extent that the endometrial tissue has spread and affected other parts of the body. It is not, however, representative of the level of pain one feels due to the condition. Someone in stage 1 of the disease might experience more pain than someone in Stage 3 or 4.

How Do You Treat Endometriosis?

Although there are currently no cures for endometriosis, there are many treatment options available that allow those affected by the condition to live normal, happy lives. Depending on the intensity of your symptoms, overall health and desire for pregnancy, your physician may suggest any of these treatment options or even a combination of them.

With all of these treatment options, make sure you are in regular communication with your healthcare provider and ensure they are aware of any changes in your condition.

Pain Management
For mild cases, your doctor might simply prescribe you pain medication and pain management tips, like warm baths, exercise and meditation.
Hormone Therapy
For mild cases, your doctor might simply prescribe you pain medication and pain management tips, like warm baths, exercise and meditation.
For mild cases, your doctor might simply prescribe you pain medication and pain management tips, like warm baths, exercise and meditation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How early can you be diagnosed with Endometriosis?

Diagnosis and symptoms can start for some women around their first menstrual period. 

How do you live with the pain of Endometriosis?

The diagnosis can be emotionally and physically impacting. The best course of action is to seek information for your doctor. Being informed of the symptoms is crucial. 

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