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Endometriosis is a painful reproductive disorder affecting 176 million women and girls worldwide; 8.5 million in North America alone.
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Welcome! Dr. Tamer A. Seckin is a board-certified, advanced Laparoendoscopic - endometriosis surgeon - with over two decades of experience in the world-class treatment of endometriosis, fibroids and complex pelvic pain disorders.
Tamer Seckin, MD - Physician and Surgeon - Highlights:
Dr. Seckin is among a very limited number of accredited gynecologic surgeons in the United States who possess advanced training for the Deep Laparoscopic Excision of Endometriosis.
Christine's testimonial : My battle with Endometriosis has been a long one but I know I am in the best of hands with the greatest doctor in the WORLD.
Founder Dr. Tamer Seckin, MD, has for decades focused on surgical treatment of endometriosis and today is a well-regarded endometriosis expert in the field. He also treats associated complex conditions…
As Co-Founder with Padma Lakshmi of the Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA), Dr. Seckin has lent a voice and sense of urgency to a disease which has not received its due attention for hundreds of…
There are several resources available to help one better understand this often serious condition including the information on this website as well as books authored by experts.
Dr. Seckin’s office is located on Fifth Avenue just across from Central Park and a few blocks from Lenox Hill Hospital where he perfoms all surgeries. To schedule an initial consultation, please call…
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As a child, Lauren can remember vividly her mom being sick with endometriosis. She can remember her surgery, her fatigue and her pain. Lauren’s mom explained…
Like many women, Tori got her period at age 13, but didn’t get diagnosed with endometriosis until she was 23, ten years later. But, the similarities in her…
As an endometriosis patient and advocate, it was so exciting to attend the EFA’s Annual Medical Conference and Patient Symposium. There was a lot of wonderful…
New technology helps with robotic-assisted Endometriosis Surgery at Kingwood ... - Your Houston News
New technology helps with robotic-assisted Endometriosis Surgery at Kingwood ...Your Houston NewsPatients treated at Kingwood Medical Center, an HCA Affiliated…
spyghana.comOne Million Women March for Endometriosis, Mar 8VanguardNIGERIA is taking her place among nations worldwide in March 2014 as activities for the "Million…
When I first got my period in my early teens I had mild cramps that would go away with two Motrin pills a day. As I started getting older I noticed my cramps getting worse, by my late teens I would be vomiting the first day of my period and would spend three days in bed in pain.In my early twenties the vomiting went away but the pain did not lessen,…–Letty's Story
It started when I was 12 years old. The dreaded period. I would be on the couch for days with the heating pad thinking everyone went through this. My teens and early twenties were filled with exhaustion, pain and sever bleeding. I can remember talking to my friends about it asking how long theirs lasted; most said 2-3 days. I simply couldn’t fathom that,…–Ginny’s Story
I am 32-year old woman who has suffered with endometriosis since the age of 14.For many years i’ve lived with excruciating pain and was desperate enough to try medications from lupron to percocet, various forms of birth control and any procedure with the promise of curing my symptoms and pain. Relief if any was temporary and eventually my pain would…–Michelle's Endometriosis pain
Dear Dr. Seckin Words cannot express our gratitude to you, My wife has lived with Endometriosis for the past twenty years, twenty years that she cannot get back, twenty years that she quietly suffered, twenty years that she was misled, misguided, and otherwise not cared for by the doctors that we had placed our trust and confidence in. Just lime many of the…–Natasha's Story
Thank You!I wanted to take this opportunity in thanking you for giving me a second chance in life. I’ve been living with irregular menstrual cycles, painful sexual relations and painful migraines, groin and leg pain. Groin and Leg pain that I have dealt with for many years and found it very difficult to do the mundane things that everyone takes for granted. …–Heather's Endometriosis Story