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Women's health

Grant Regional Health Center provides excellent gynecological and women's health services with Krynn Buckley, MD. She specializes in gynecological surgeries and women's wellness, including infertility, urinary and menstruation concerns.

Dr. Buckley's practice focuses on:

  • Gynecology and pelvic surgery.
  • Comprehensive examinations for menopause and prolapse problems.
  • Management of excessive and abnormal bleeding.
  • Treatment of endometriosis, fibroids, pelvic pain and contraception concerns.
  • Hysterectomy and alternatives to hysterectomy, including medications, myomectomy and endometrial ablation.

Individualized care

Women in many different stages of life and for many different reasons require gynecologic surgical procedures. Dr. Buckley strives to provide comprehensive, thorough care—regardless of which surgery you are having. Whether you are undergoing an emergency procedure or an elective hysterectomy, rest assured that her skill and compassion will make your surgical experience a positive one.

Dr. Buckley gives her patients the information they need to make positive choices. She has found that the more a woman knows about the upcoming procedure, the better she can prepare herself. She provides a thorough overview before any gynecologic surgery, including what you can expect before, during and after the surgery.

Contraception

Dr. Buckley offers a variety of choices for women who are exploring different options to avoid pregnancy. In addition to medications and other minor procedures, Dr. Buckley offers patients the opportunity of a leading-edge procedure, Essure, a new permanent birth control option for women. Currently, it is the first alternative to tubal ligation for women seeking permanent birth control. This procedure is meant to be used only by women who are certain they no longer want to have children. Unlike tubal ligation, the Essure procedure can be performed without general anesthesia and requires no incisions, cutting or burning of the tubes.

Reproductive medicine and infertility

Dr. Buckley provides reproductive services and treatment for recurrent miscarriages as well as other services—all geared toward helping women become happy, healthy moms.

During your initial visit to Grant Regional Health Center, we will provide you with a complete overview of our services. You will become knowledgeable in all the ways Dr. Buckley can help you achieve pregnancy or treat your medical problems through her surgical and medical expertise.

Dr. Buckley also offers medical services for treatment of many female reproductive problems, including endometriosis, uterine fibroids, and hormonal problems.

Dr. Buckley offers a more personalized approach than many other clinics with the highest-quality expertise and technology to assist you with your dreams of starting a family.

Urinary incontinence

Up to 11 million women suffer from incontinence in the U.S. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, incontinence is most common in women over age 64. However, 1 in 4 women between ages 30 and 59 have experienced urinary leakage. Many women never receive treatment because they are embarrassed to discuss the problem with their physician. There are medical and surgical treatments to help relieve this problem. Dr. Buckley is happy to discuss these options with patients so they understand they do not need to live with this uncomfortable issue.

Perimenopause/menopause

Women who experience anxiety, depression, mood swings, hot flashes, insomnia, irregular cycles and abnormal bleeding may be at a stage in life when they require medical attention to alleviate these symptoms. Dr. Buckley has extensive experience in assisting patients through these difficult issues.

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For more information about these or other procedures, please contact Krynn Buckley, MD, at Grant Regional Health Center by calling 608.723.3249.

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