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Gynecological Services for Women at All Stages of Life

Our specialists are proud to offer a wide range of gynecological services to help you manage your health.


Urogynecology Services

We specialize in diagnosing and treating women with pelvic floor conditions, such as urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, and more. Our treatment options span from behavioral therapy and medication to reconstructive surgery. 

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The Women’s Health Group offers comprehensive obstetric and gynecologic services including in-office procedures, pelvic support treatment, and minimally invasive surgical techniques...
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Hysterectomies for Women

For many women, a hysterectomy seems like a monumental and scary procedure. However, it is one of the most common surgical procedures that women undergo. As many as 1/3 of all women have a hysterectomy before they reach the age of 60.

The Women’s Health Group is here to help you explore your options when it comes to your hysterectomy procedure.

Hysterectomy Complications

As with all types of surgery, a hysterectomy can sometimes lead to complications. Some of the possible complications are:

  • General anesthetic complications
  • Bleeding
  • Ureter damage
  • Bladder or bowel damage
  • Infection
  • Blood clots
  • Vaginal problems
  • Ovary failure
  • Early menopause

Signs and Symptoms of Hysterectomies

A Hysterectomy might be a medically necessary procedure in the case of several life-threatening conditions.

  • Invasive cancer of the uterus, cervix, vagina, fallopian tubes, and ovaries
  • Infection
  • Unmanageable bleeding
  • Serious complications during childbirth, such as a rupture of the uterus

Treatments for Safe Hysterectomies

During a hysterectomy, your doctor will remove the entire uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries if needed.

There are a couple methods your doctor may use when performing a hysterectomy.

  • For a minimally invasive hysterectomy, many doctors will use a laparoscopic method.
  • Your doctor may recommend a robotic-assisted hysterectomy if you have irregularly shaped pelvic organs or surgical scars from other procedures. Robotic-assisted surgery is safe and creates smaller incisions, making it less pain and a faster to recover from.

See a Specialist in Denver for information on whether a hysterectomy is right for you

If you would like to learn more about our services, our providers are happy to help. We encourage you to contact The Women’s Health Group at your nearest location today. 
Will having a hysterectomy affect my hormones?
No. Although you may experience slight changes in your mental health after the procedure, this is common. Any side effects will subside within a short period. Some women experience depression or anxiety post-surgery.
Can I still have children after a hysterectomy?
No. Since this procedure results in infertility, it is typically a treatment option after you are finished having children.