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Nov 23

Medical professionals are constantly seeking the latest technologies and procedures that make it easier for both doctors and patients. If a surgery like a hysterectomy can be simplified and require smaller incisions, that progress is welcomed. The physicians at Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Medicine are now happy to offer such a procedure. Robotic and/or […]

Oct 20

Laparoscopic surgeries are an effective and easier approach to procedures such as hysterectomies, ovarian cyst removal, and treatment for endometriosis. Rather than making a large cut into the abdomen and through muscle and tissue, a tiny incision is made. Through the incision, the doctor inserts thin instruments and a camera that allows him to view […]

Oct 16

Learning that surgery is needed can be overwhelming for many patients. Often individuals are unsure about what to expect, how long the recovery will take, and how much pain they will be in during the days and weeks following surgery. Dr. Taryll Jenkins of Katy-area Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine understands that surgery can […]

Oct 16

A hysterectomy, the procedure that removes a woman’s uterus, is not a procedure that most women undergo lightly. Often it is the result of a condition that is either not getting better using other treatments or one in which removing the uterus gives the patient the best chance for overall health. Some of the reasons […]

Oct 16

Uterine fibroids, or leiomyoma, are tumors, growing in the wall of the uterus. They are nearly always benign, and sometimes asymptomatic. It is believed that up to 80 percent of all women develop uterine fibroids by the age of 50, though many are unaware of the condition. Dr. Jenkins, your Katy, TX gynecological specialist, can […]

Oct 16

The prospect of having surgery can be intimidating, even frightening. In the past, most surgical procedures carried a high risk of complications, and extensive, painful recovery. Thanks to advances in modern technology and medicine, major surgery is rarely necessary. A wide variety of conditions can be treated with minimally invasive surgeries. Katy, TX, OB/GYM, Taryll […]

Oct 16

At Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Medicine, our goal is to help the patient achieve optimal health, using the gentlest and least invasive, safest techniques possible. Dr. Taryll Jenkins incorporates the best proven technology and advanced methods available to accomplish that goal. Surgery is always considered a “last resort,” but it is necessary in certain […]

Oct 16

Laparoscopic surgery, also called minimally invasive surgery, is a video-guided technique that allows for precision accuracy with minimal disruption to healthy tissues. It only requires tiny incisions, dramatically reducing the scarring associated with a procedure. At one time, it was considered rather experimental. However, decades of research and clinical application have demonstrated the clear benefits […]

Oct 16

Endometriosis is a common pelvic disorder that affects many women. Most often identified by very painful periods and cramping during the menstrual period, it can also cause pain during intercourse and while urinating or during bowel movements. It can also cause excessive bleeding during periods or between periods and is a frequently diagnosed in women […]

Oct 16

Women lead busy lives. Family, career, and fitness leave little time for recovery from a surgical procedure. Yet an ovarian cyst can trigger symptoms that require attention. Laparoscopic surgeons, Dr. Jenkins and Dr. Falae offer a minimally invasive alternative for women in the Katy, TX area. Understanding ovarian cysts Ovaries are a pair of female reproductive organs that […]

Sep 30

When people hear the word, “surgery” they often think of scalpels and incisions. While cutting used to be the only way to approach surgery, medical advances have changed in recent years, and now patients and physicians have another option. Minimally invasive surgeries are laparoscopic procedures that utilize small incisions instead of the larger incisions used […]

Sep 29

Do you suffer from unusually heavy menstrual flow, severe cramping during periods, and pain or discomfort during sex? If so, the problem could be endometriosis, which is growth of uterine lining tissue occurs outside the uterus. The most common treatment is surgical removal of excess tissue. This procedure is minimally invasive with little downtime, thanks […]