TruClear™ Hysteroscopic Tissue Removal

The growth of polyps is commonly accompanied by abnormal bleeding and pelvic pain. In some cases, you may experience no symptoms for a long time. This can be especially dangerous because polyps may lead to uterine cancer. At Cohen Medical Practice, we provide effective treatment options for a range of intimate health concerns. When it comes to the removal of polyps, our TruClear™ hyseroscopic tissue removal procedure provides easy treatment with little recovery time.

What Is a TruClear™ Polypectomy?

A TruClear™ polypectomy is a low-risk procedure that involves the insertion of a hysteroscope into the vagina and the subsequent removal of the problematic polyps. The removal is done using a device that essentially shaves off the growths with expert precision. This treatment is safe to perform and in some cases doesn’t even require anesthetic.

What Does This Procedure Address?

TruClear™ is designed for optimal visualization and removal of polyps, fibroids, and other growths within the uterus and surrounding areas. If you are experiencing pelvic pain, abnormal bleeding, discharge, or irregular periods, we urge you to visit one of our NYC locations for a consultation. During your visit, we will provide you with a physical examination to determine whether polyps are present. If so, we can perform the TruClear™ treatment and get you back to feeling good again in no time.

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What is the Procedure Like?

The hysteroscopy procedure is completely incisionless and is performed on an outpatient setting. During the treatment, a scope will be inserted through your cervix, allowing us to get a visual of the polyps. A small instrument will then be inserted through the scope and used to rapidly remove the uterine tissue. TruClear™’s special design minimizes damage to the lining of the uterus, which can help preserve the possibility of pregnancy in the future.

What Can I Expect From My TruClear™ Polypectomy?

Following your procedure, you may experience some cramping and bleeding similar to a menstural period. It is important to avoid using tampons, engaging in sexual intercourse, and douching for a few days after the procedure. In some cases, followup visits may be needed to remove remaining growths or discuss your long-term health options. Our team at Cohen Medical Practice is dedicated to your health, as such we are available 24/7 via our hotline service should you need any support or advice.

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TruClear™ Polypectomy Treatments in Columbus Circle, NYC

Abnormal bleeding or unusual pain may be a sign of polyps in the uterus. If you are experiencing these or similar symptoms, our team at Cohen Medical Practice can help. We offer same-day appointments at all three of our New York City locations. Book an appointment by calling (347) 545-2520 or clicking the button below to get in touch with our team in Columbus Circle, on Madison Avenue, or at Rego Park in Queens. Our team is fluent in English, Spanish, Korean, and Russian.

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