gynecology portland oregonGynecology is a highly specialized field of medicine focusing on the unique health concerns of women. Often practitioners combine the practice of gynecology with obstetrics. Located in Portland, Oregon, Pearl Women’s Center has a strong focus on gynecology. We believe this focus allows us to provide our gynecology patients with a higher level of care and more specialized expertise in a constantly evolving field. It also prevents our doctors from being called away from the office for the delivery of babies.

Choose the specialists at Pearl Women’s Center for every stage of your life. Ask a question, book online, or call our office in Portland at (503) 771-1883. We serve patients from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Northern California, and Alaska.

Gynecology Services in Portland, Oregon

Our board-certified gynecologists are nationally recognized experts in the rapidly changing field of gynecology. Our practice routinely assists patients with:

Essure Removal

NEW: Essure Removal in Portland, OR Bayer Pharmaceuticals has announced that they will no longer support the sale of the Essure Implant for hysteroscopic sterilization as of the end of...

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Gynecologic Surgery

The expert gynecologic surgeons at Pearl Women's Center specialize in minimally invasive approaches to a wide range of gynecologic problems, including abnormal uterine bleeding, pelvic pain, infertility, fibroids, and urinary...

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You might be suffering from a gynecologic condition for which your doctors have recommended surgical treatment. For women who are done childbearing, removing the uterus, or hysterectomy surgery is often...

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Dr. Richard Rosenfield is an international expert in treatment of fibroids in Portland. They specializes in minimally invasive surgical techniques for fibroid removal. The information below provides an overview of...

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Annual Exams

Good gynecologic care plays a critical role in women's health. One of the most important gynecology services our Portland, Oregon patients visit us for is the annual exam. This yearly...

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Bladder Disorders

Over 35 million Americans suffer from bladder disorders. The term is used to cover a wide range of problems that can cause pain, urinary incontinence or symptoms that impact quality...

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Ovarian Disorders

The primary function of the ovaries is to produce eggs for fertilization each month. They are also responsible for complex hormone production. Disorders of the ovaries are fairly common and...

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Pelvic Disorders

Pelvic disorders are among the most frequently misdiagnosed conditions in women's health. At Pearl Women's Center our practitioners have a high degree of expertise in this area, emphasizing a comprehensive...

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Uterine Disorders

Irregular or heavy menstrual bleeding is often the first sign there may be a uterine disorder. At Pearl Women's Center we offer diagnosis and treatment of uterine disorders in Portland,...

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At Pearl Women's Center in Portland, Oregon, we understand choosing the best contraception method for your lifestyle can be a daunting task. Our practitioners are experts in all methods of...

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Pearl Women's Center diagnoses and treats a variety of conditions that can cause infertility. Our practitioners perform a systematic assessment to help couples who visit us in Portland, Oregon, identify...

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Hormone Replacement Therapy

As a woman, you are likely aware of some physical and emotional challenges many women face during the various reproductive phases of their lives, starting with puberty at the beginning...

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At Pearl Women's Center, we specialize in healthcare for women. Our practitioners diagnose and treat a variety of gynecological infections including vaginitis, urinary tract infections (UTIs) and pelvic inflammatory disease...

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Transgender Care

If you or a transgender loved one are planning hysterectomy (removal of the uterus and ovaries) as part of your transition in Portland Oregon, consider Pearl Women’s Center and Pearl...

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Ovarian Cysts

At some point during your life, you may develop an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are fluid-filled sacs or growths that can form on or within the ovaries. They are most...

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Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 1 in 10 women in America. Though the exact cause of PCOS is unknown, it occurs when the intricate process of a woman's reproductive cycle...

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Common Concerns

In addition to the above services, our practitioners routinely provide treatment for the following common health concerns for women:

  • Menopause

    The permanent end of menstruation, a natural part of a woman’s life, can trigger physical and emotional symptoms that can be difficult to cope with. Fortunately, many effective treatments are available. Dr. Russell Dow has helped thousands of women transition into menopause. He is one of only a handful of certified experts in Menopause Management in Oregon, having completed special training with the North American Menopause Society (NAMS). Kyle McAvoy, N.P., is a leading expert on bioidentical hormone therapy and individualized treatments for the symptoms of menopause.

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  • Menstrual irregularities

    Abnormal uterine bleeding can be caused by a wide variety of issues. Some are easily treated while others are more serious. All should be evaluated and properly diagnosed.

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  • Pelvic pain

    The cause of pelvic pain is often misdiagnosed. Our practitioners are experienced in diagnosing the often elusive cause of this debilitating condition. We emphasize the importance of a thorough evaluation, which includes a comprehensive history and physical exam, possible laboratory studies and, oftentimes, imaging. Treatment for pelvic pain must be individualized to the patient’s unique circumstance and may include medication, therapeutic options, alternative therapies or surgical intervention.

  • Sexually transmitted disease (STD)

    More than half of all sexually active adults will contract an STD at some point in their lives. Most are easily treated. Because many STDs have no symptoms, we recommend routine testing at your annual exam if you have had unprotected sex or feel you are at risk. If you think you may have an STD, you should not wait to be tested. Please call the office for an appointment.

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