Uterine Artery Embolization

The Uterine Artery Embolization procedure treats all fibroids in one treatment, minimizes the chances of fibroids returning, and provides quick relief from symptoms. UAE involves sending embolic agents through a catheter into the arteries thus blocking the blood supply and causing the fibroids to shrink & die

-UAE is safer than surgery

-The uterus is preserved

-No severe pain

Placenta Previa/PPH Management

PPH Management

Up to 18% of babies are born with postpartum hemorrhage, which is defined as a blood loss of more than 500 mL after delivery. An obstetric emergency called postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) has a wide range of medicinal and surgical treatments that could be used to control it. Endoscopic and non invasive methods are the preferred means of treating PPH in patients who have given birth vaginally or who have undergone a successful cesarean section.

-Placenta Previa

Placenta previa is a problem during childbirth in which the placenta partially or completely restricts the baby’s egress through your cervix. Vaginal bleeding in the second half of pregnancy is the most typical symptom. Those who have placenta previa often require a C-section birth.



An example of a biological test performed during birth is chorionic villus sampling or CVS testing. It can identify some medical issues that the fetus may well have.

The test findings from CVS are quite precise. You can use CVS and amniocentesis, another prenatal test, to assist in crucial medical decisions.

If necessary, your healthcare provider assists you in deciding what to do next.


Amniocentesis is a screening that may be recommended during your childbirth to determine whether your unborn child has a chromosomal or genetic disorder like Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, or Patau’s syndrome.