If you have been experiencing the unpleasant symptoms of fibroids for years and now are approaching menopause, you want to know what to expect. Will the symptoms get worse, better, or not change at all? How does menopause affect fibroids?
We care about our patients health and well-being. In response to the Coronavirus we are offering telehealth visits. Please do not come to the office if you feel sick, have a fever or cough, or have been around someone or live with someone with a suspected respiratory illness. If any of these apply to you, please call us to reschedule your appointment. We will be screening patients at the time of scheduling and when they come for their visit. We will be screening staff members at the start of every shift. Only the patient will be allowed in the exam rooms unless they require a caregiver to be with them during the visit. Your health is our top priority, and we will do everything we can to protect our patients, their families, and our staff.
While there is no foolproof way to avoiding fibroids, balancing one’s hormone levels has been known to assist in the management of this common, benign condition. Hormones, particularly estrogen, are one of the leading causes of new fibroid development and growth.
For women who suffer from the symptoms of uterine fibroids, new studies are discovering more about the underlying factors that influence fibroids and endometriosis, which may lead to better treatments. Genetic testing for fibroids may soon become a reality.
Denver Fibroids Is Moving!
Effective April 29th, 2019, our new location will be 8671 South Quebec Street, Suite #200, Highlands Ranch, CO 80130.
The new building is conveniently located off of Quebec St and C-470, and adjacent to King Soopers. The phone and fax numbers are the same.
We look forward to continuing to serve patients at our new location!
We are proud to announce the launch of our new website.