Gynecologists at Glenwood Regional Medical Center offer a number of non-surgical and outpatient treatments for women in West Monroe, including endometrial ablation, hysteroscopy, colposcopy, and the LEEP procedure.


503 McMillan Road
West Monroe, LA 71291

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Endometrial Ablation
Endometrial ablation is an outpatient procedure that reduces orstops heavy menstrual bleeding. The treatment takes less than an hour; patients go home the same day. During this procedure, a small device is inserted through the cervix into the uterus. Heat or electric currents are released from the device to ablate the uterine lining.

A hysteroscopy is a basic diagnostic procedure (sometimes used in treating gynecologic conditions) that helps physicians determine the cause of bleeding or difficulty in conceiving.

A colposcopy is a diagnostic exam that may prescribed after abnormal findings in a Pap test. This simple procedure is oftentimes performed to take a biopsy.

The loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) is a common procedure that uses a small electric wire to treat dysplasia (abnormal cell growth).

Gynecologic Surgery

Women in West Monroe know that when surgery is a possibility, there’s no better place to be than Glenwood Regional Medical Center. Our dedicated team of women’s healthcare specialists and gynecologic surgeons are able to treat many women’s health conditions using the state-of-the-art da Vinci Surgical System. This robotic-assisted approach to surgery allows surgeons to perform complex operations with the aid of high-definition 3D vision and ultra-precise robotic arms.

  • Uterine Prolapse & Hysterectomy
  • Uterine Fibroid Removal
  • Cervical and Uterine Cancers
  • Endometriosis & Adhesions
  • Menorrhagia (excessive bleeding)
  • Cyst Removal
  • Urinary Incontinence



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