Diagnosis and treatment of infertility
We are concerned with a range of issues that cause problems conceiving.
We assess the patients’ eligibility for the diagnostic procedures that permit identification of factors contributing to infertility. These procedures include hysteroscopy, diagnostic laparoscopy or TVE (transvaginal endoscopy – a complete diagnostic procedure involving hysteroscopy, transvaginal laparoscopy and tubal patency evaluation).
Magdalena Langner, MD
Diagnoses problems related to infertility. Performs diagnostic procedures.
Sees patients who have experienced a miscarriage.
Naprotechnology (Natural Procreative Technology) is a branch of medicine addressed to women of reproductive age.
It relies on in-depth diagnostics and effective treatment of the conditions disturbing the woman’s menstrual cycle and, consequently, interfering with her fertility. The application of Creighton Model Fertility Care System – a standardized method of monitoring the woman’s reproductive tract function indicators – enables personalized approach to patients, the selection of appropriate laboratory, imaging and surgical diagnostic methods and the initiation of the most effective pharmacological or operative treatment.
Naprotechnology derives from the recent advancements in gynecology, endocrinology and surgery. It offers a holistic approach to the patient’s body assuming the interaction of different systems influencing the woman’s health and fertility.
Naprotechnology is of assistance in the identification and treatment of the following disorders and conditions:
- marital infertility
- painful menstruations
- polycystic ovaries syndrome
- ovarian cysts
- irregular and abnormal bleeding
- premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
- recurrent miscarriages
- postpartum depression
- prevention of pre-term delivery
- hormonal disorders
- chronic vaginal discharge
- other health disorders
Our doctors are open to cooperation with dieticians, physiotherapists and psychologists.
Jacek Szulc, MD
Ewa Ślizień-Kuczapska, MD
Radosław Maksym, MD