Blog Archive

Help for Your Hot Flashes Nov 11th, 2020

Hot flashes are the No. 1 symptom women experience during menopause, impacting over two-thirds of women going through perimenopause or menopause. They’re not dangerous, but hot flashes can cause troublesome symptoms like inconvenient, uncontrollable sweating. Menopause is a natural life occurrence, but hot flashes don’t have to be. Our team...

Small Surgery Options for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Oct 12th, 2020

When your monthly period is irregular, extremely heavy, or otherwise unusual, you might be experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding.  Abnormal uterine bleeding is sometimes benign, but an atypical menstrual cycle, or bleeding outside of your menstrual cycle, can indicate an underlying health condition that requires small surgery. At Artemis Advanced Office...

Tips for Dealing With Heavy Periods Sep 9th, 2020

There’s no getting around it, your monthly period can be a nuisance. But when you’re regularly dealing with a heavy or long-lasting menstrual flow, your period can go from minor inconvenience to painful and disruptive.  At Artemis Advanced Office Gynecology in Lockport, New York, our skilled team believes no one...

Everything You Need to Know About Ectopic Pregnancy Aug 19th, 2020

Usually, when you conceive, your fertilized egg implants in your uterus. Occasionally, though, your egg attempts to implant in a different place. This potentially dangerous condition is called an ectopic pregnancy. If you have an ectopic pregnancy, it’s important to seek treatment right away to ensure you and your reproductive...

Here's How You Can Avoid a UTI This Summer Jul 24th, 2020

If you’ve ever had a urinary tract infection (UTI), you know they can cause significant pain and discomfort. To make things worse, they can keep coming back even after treatment, leading to recurring symptoms and frustration. Urinary tract infections are more common in women than men, and infection rates are...

Is a Birth Control Implant Right for You? Jun 23rd, 2020

If you’re sexually active and not currently trying to have a baby, using birth control is the most effective way to prevent pregnancy. The Nexplanon® implant is one of the most highly effective birth control options available to you. Julie Madejski, MD, and her team at Artemis Advanced Office Gynecology...

When Should You Consider Bioidentical Hormone Therapy for Menopause Symptoms? May 15th, 2020

Menopause, or the time when your fertility ends, is a natural stage in a woman’s life. Going through menopause is normal, but for many women, it can come with a number of unpleasant and uncomfortable symptoms. If you find that the side effects of menopause are decreasing your quality of...

Can I Get Pregnant if I Have Endometriosis? Apr 29th, 2020

When you want to have a baby, it’s stressful and upsetting to have difficulty conceiving. Endometriosis, a common condition where uterine fibroids grow outside your uterus, can cause some women to have more difficulty conceiving. But most women with this condition can go on to become pregnant. The team at...

Why You Should Never Ignore Abnormal Bleeding Mar 4th, 2020

Your period should be a predictable, monthly event. But sometimes your flow is heavier than normal or you bleed between periods. That is considered abnormal bleeding, and it could be a sign that something isn’t as it should be.  You should never ignore abnormal bleeding. If your period isn’t the...

Comprehensive Gynecologic Services Feb 14th, 2020

Comprehensive Gynecologic Services Screening for: Breast cancer Gyn cancers Colorectal cancer Gene Mutations/Hereditary breast and ovarian cancers Sexually transmitted diseases Services We Offer: We provide comprehensive gynecologic care from as early as adolescence all the way through to menopause and beyond. Abnormal pap smear management/treatment Abnormal uterine bleeding Adenomyosis Adolescent...

Procedure Descriptions Feb 14th, 2020

  Endometrial Ablation Procedures Endometrial Ablation Dr. Madejski is happy to offer in office ablation of the uterine lining. This procedure is an alternative to a hysterectomy that is done for abnormal uterine bleeding. In the past, a woman would have to go to a hospital and receive anesthesia to...

A Holistic Approach to Gynecology Feb 14th, 2020

A Holistic Approach to Gynecology We find that many of our patients seek options that do not involve pharmaceutical medications. We embrace lifestyle medicine as the best approach to conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, heavy menstrual bleeding, or premenstrual dysphoric disorder. A holistic or integrative model is an individualized, patient-centered,...