Fibroid Treatment in Dallas, TX
Welcome to Dallas Fibroid Center
Patients who suffer from uterine fibroids and adenomyosis may benefit from Dallas Fibroid Center’s state-of-the-art, non-surgical treatment options. Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) offers a safe, effective option for uterine fibroids – it is among the most comfortable alternatives to myomectomy or hysterectomy. Uterine Fibroid Embolization has been performed around the world for over two decades; it has helped hundreds of thousands of women alleviate fibroid pain and discomfort reliably, quickly, and without surgical intervention.
Dr. Luke Carlson is a board-certified interventional radiologist with in-depth experience performing Uterine Fibroid Embolization procedures on diverse patients. He is deeply committed to patient well-being, providing compassionate treatment that emphasizes patient comfort. His primary concern is always the health and safety of the patient, with a focus on establishing a partnership that ensures that his patients feel respected, heard, and valued.
Surgery is not your only option.
Discover how this revolutionary non-surgical approach might offer a more effective solution for the treatment of your fibroids.
Safe and Simple
Dallas Fibroid Specialists
Dr. Carlson and the Dallas Fibroid Center team employ next-generation techniques and technologies to make the treatment a safe and stress-free outpatient procedure requiring no hospital stay and minimal downtime. They are dedicated to delivering superior, customized, patient-focused care, always striving to provide an exceptional experience. Uterine Fibroid Embolization offers the best non-surgical option for women struggling with symptomatic fibroids.
Your Options Are Not Limited to Hysterectomy
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Can I Have a Successful Pregnancy with Fibroids?
We get this question a lot: Can I have a successful pregnancy with fibroids? We understand: if you have fibroids growing in your uterus—it’s natural to worry about fertility. Can you get pregnant? If you do get pregnant, will fibroids impact your growing baby and your delivery?
4 Reasons Why you Might Get Your Period Twice a Month
A ‘typical’ menstrual cycle lasts anywhere between 24 to 38 days. In most cases, cycle variation is normal. But sometimes, an underlying condition impacts your cycle, causing you to get your period twice in one 30-day time period. So, if you’re asking,
Should I Use an IUD or Oral Birth Control with Fibroids?
Before you use birth control with fibroids, you have to consider your options. After all, uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths that form in different parts of your uterus. And they’re classified as subserosal, intramural, or submucosal, depending on where they form.