Does Pelvic Congestion Syndrome need to be treated by OBGYN or a Vein Specialist?

Pelvic Congestion Syndrome . 2 answers . 4 years ago

Which specialist is preferred?

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4 years ago by VeinCare Centers of Tennessee (View Profile)

A gynecologic evaluation is important as part of the process of diagnosing pelvic congestion symdrome, but few gynecologists treat the undelying venous problems. Some vascular surgeons and some interventional radiologists treat pelvic congestion syndrome. The experience and skills of the individual are more important than the specialty. Ask whether the vascular surgeon or interventional radiologist treat PCS before making the appointment.

4 years ago by VeinCare Centers of Tennessee (View Profile)

A gynecologic evaluation is important as part of the process of diagnosing pelvic congestion symdrome, but few gynecologists treat the undelying venous problems. Some vascular surgeons and some interventional radiologists treat pelvic congestion syndrome. The experience and skills of the individual are more important than the specialty. Ask whether the vascular surgeon or interventional radiologist treat PCS before making the appointment.


3 years ago by Miller Vein (View Profile)

Usually an interventional radiologist would be the most suited to treat the underlying cause for PCS.

3 years ago by Miller Vein (View Profile)

Usually an interventional radiologist would be the most suited to treat the underlying cause for PCS.

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