Your Voice Matters.
Traditional women’s care is missing something, it’s missing the “i” in patient. Patient centered care is the only approach that will truly make a difference in the lives of women. We understand that every single person that walks through our doors is different, and one solution does not fit all. We are here to listen to your unique experience, and to walk with you every step of the way on your journey.
Keep reading to learn more about how we can help you achieve your goals through our personalized and professional care.
Endometriosis can feel like an isolating experience, but we promise you are not alone. 1 in 10 women in the United States are diagnosed with Endometriosis, and we recognize and understand the impact these symptoms can have on your life. When the immune system fails to get rid of endometrial tissue, cells that typically grow inside the uterus begin to grow outside of it. This can cause a range of unpleasant symptoms including:
- Mild to severe pain or cramping in the pelvic area
- Cramping in the the lower back, buttocks, and/or legs
- Heavy periods
- Spotting or bleeding between menstrual cycles
If these symptoms are disrupting your life, contact us to learn more about your treatment options.
My Anatomy is Different
The pelvic floor is an all-encompassing term that refers to the muscular base of the abdomen that attaches to the pelvis. This base contains the bladder, bowel, vagina, rectum, and uterus. Women can experience abnormalities in their pelvic floor that negatively affect their daily life, as well as their overall health and happiness. The Kaldas Center offers innovative solutions for complex issues including (but not limited to):
- Falling bladder
- Malformed uterus
- Pelvic reconstruction
- Vaginal reconstruction
If you are struggling with the negative symptoms and side-effects of a unique anatomy, contact the Kaldas Center today to learn more about how we can best serve you and support you in your journey.
IVF? Wait, you might have one more option. Here at the Kaldas Center, the first thing we do is listen. Fertility and pregnancy are complex issues, and we value each woman’s personal experience or struggle with conceiving. By understanding your unique story, our doctors are better able to help you achieve your pregnancy goals.
“I look at every fertility couples treatment and pregnancy care as the beginning of the family’s journey of hope and love and happiness.” – Dr. Kaldas
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
PCOS is a common hormone imbalance that, according to the Office on Women’s Health, affects around 1 out of 10 women. While most women are diagnosed in their 20’s or 30’s, girls as young as 11 can struggle PCOS. When a woman has PCOS, she has high levels of androgens (male hormone) and low levels of estrogen (female hormone). Her ovaries produce eggs, but the eggs do not mature and eventually become a cyst. Signs and Symptoms include:
- Irregular periods
- Unwanted body hair
Many women can effectively manage their PCOS with healthy lifestyle changes and hormone therapy. Contact us today to learn all of your options.
Heavy and Irregular Bleeding
While each woman’s menstrual cycle is unique, 7-10 days of heavy bleeding is never considered “normal.” You know your body better than anyone else, so we trust you to recognize if your typical menstrual symptoms become irregular. If you notice a change in your body that impacts your life, it’s worth investigating. Some causes of heavy or irregular bleeding include, but are not limited to:
- Uterine fibroids
- Use of blood thinners (anticoagulants)
- Stopping and starting birth control pills
- Changes in hormone levels
We’re here to help! contact us today to set up an appointment.
Thyroid Dysfunction Management
A thyroid dysfunction occurs when there is an imbalance of the thyroid hormones. The thyroid gland produces the body’s thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) and controls the metabolic processes. When the thyroid becomes unbalanced it affects energy levels, mental health, heart, muscles, bones, and cholesterol. Symptoms of Thyroid Dysfunction include:
- Feeling nervous, moody, weak, or tired
- Hands shake, your heart beats fast, or issues breathing
- Feeling hot and sweaty
- Having more bowel movements than usual
- Having fine, soft hair that falls out easily
- Weight changes easily
If you are experiencing these symptoms, call the Kaldas Center to learn more today.
Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Rami Kaldas is a board-certified surgeon and was the first to offer minimally invasive surgery in Wisconsin. Since he started practicing medicine in 1996, he has performed over 5,000 minimally invasive surgeries in the state. He’s known for finding solutions to problems that stump most doctors.
Dr. Pengfei Wang is a general OB/GYN physician, and specializes in uterine fibroids and endometriosis. Dr. Wang traveled from his homeland of China to join the Kaldas Center in September of 2018. Never without a smile, Dr. Wang’s caring and understanding attitude can only be described as infectious. He enjoys working with his patients and getting to the root of their pain.