We offer a Full Range of Gynecological Services.
Our goal is to ensure the comfort and convenience of our patients while providing the highest standard in Women’s Healthcare. Dr. Sullivan provides exceptional care and expertise, in a friendly environment with the convenience of an on-site lab, and top-of-the-line equipment. At Statesboro Women’s Healthcare, Our Doctors aim to deliver personalized medical care in a soothing and beautiful environment. Our focus is on spending time with our patients to deliver the correct diagnosis and solve health care problems. We strive to be extremely thorough in obtaining a complete medical history, and asking detailed questions about current symptoms. The patient is the most important person in the office. We ensure every woman receives the care and understanding she deserves in a comfortable, welcoming, and professional atmosphere.
Patients first: independent obstetrical care
As a locally owned obstetrical practice in Statesboro, we answer to our patients and our community, not to a big corporation.
So we can offer the extra care and concern that help keep the joy in having a baby.
Areas of Expertise
•Screening for sexually transmitted infections
•Cancer screening (breast, cervix, uterus, ovary)
•Gardasil vaccine (preventive treatment for Human Papilloma Virus, or HPV)
•Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy
•Total abdominal hysterectomy
•Urodynamics testing (electronic tests of bladder and urethra function)
•Urinary incontinence surgery
Ever feel weighed down—in your pelvic floor? If you do, you may be the unlucky recipient of pelvic congestion syndrome, a condition that encourages the formation of varicose veins in the pelvis, which results in painful blood pooling and severe pelvic pressure.
A strenuous vaginal childbirth can cause a condition called pelvic floor tension myalgia, or chronic tension in the muscles of the pelvic floor. If that doesn’t have you practicing your Kegal exercises (a series of contractions and relaxation techniques to align the muscles of the pelvic floor), the weighted feeling, burning, itching, and pain in the vagina might prompt a visit to a medical professional.
PID strikes millions of American women each year. The sexually transmitted infection spreads during sexual intercourse with a partner—either infected with PID, gonorrhea, or chlamydia. PID cases can be treated effectively if it’s caught early on. That’s why it’s important to be on guard for symptoms:
•Significant pelvic pain for several weeks or less
•Rapid heart rate
•Foul smelling discharge or associated vaginal irritation
•Fever or chills
•Pain with menses and/or sex
Pain in lower abdomen and vagina
If you’re vagina’s depressed, you’re not alone. More than 6 million women suffer from a sad vag-jay-jay—aka vulvodynia—or chronic vulvar pain. A condition thought to be spurred by a series of yeast infections, sexual encounter, or a difficult child-birthing experience, vulvodynia results in a persistent burning pain at the vaginal entry, upper thighs, and buttocks.