You may need to visit their office and sign a release. The transferring medical provider then sends the records to us. We need them about a week before your first appointment.
If you are unable to retrieve your records, please ask our office about signing a medical release and our staff will obtain them before your visit.
If you are a breast cancer survivor suffering from vulvovaginal atrophy dyspareunia (painful sex) and have a severe contraindication to hormonal therapy or are concerned about the side-effects of using local estrogen therapy, lubricants, or moisturizing agents, there is a better way!
The symptoms of lichen sclerosus are irritation, dryness, intense itching and tearing of the vulvar skin. The patient may also experience scar and adhesion formation, secondary ulcerations and white blanching of the tissue.