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Your First Office Visit

by | Posted on November 10, 2019

What to Bring to Your First Visit 

For your first visit, we ask that you bring any records from your previous OB/GYN and from any specialists that you have seen for endometriosis, including but not limited to endometriosis specialists. This includes any lab work, ultrasound results, and imaging results. We request that you arrive at least 15 minutes before your appointment to complete the necessary paperwork. 

What to Expect

During your first visit, you may expect a medical history review, evaluation of symptoms, and a detailed GYN exam, including a pelvic sonogram with one of our doctors. Dr. Seckin will then go over your treatment options and possible next steps for determining surgical candidacy. 

Other Possible Tests

The use of ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRIs), computerized tomography (CT scan), and certain endometrial biopsy samples may be used as part of a diagnostic workup. Depending on the outcomes of your symptom evaluation, additional testing may be required. These tests will be individualized for each patient according to their symptoms. 

Emotional Support

We strongly encourge patients to invite their significant other, a family memeber, or a close friend to their intitial consultation. 



Ready for a Consultation?

Our endometriosis specialists are dedicated to providing patients with expert care. Whether you have been diagnosed or are looking to find a doctor, they are ready to help.

Our office is located on 872 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10065.
You may call us at (646) 960-3080 or have your case reviewed by clicking here.

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