Meet Dr. Bahlani, Pelvic Pain Doc
After completing her residency in OB/GYN at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Dr. Sonia Bahlani pursued a fellowship in the urology department working with pioneers in pelvic pain. Training in both areas gives her a unique, comprehensive foundation and has allowed her to treat women with a variety of urologic and gynecologic pelvic pain syndromes. Through her training, Dr. Bahlani is able to take a holistic view of common women’s health issues. She takes a compassionate, patient-centric approach and listens to her patients to gain a deep understanding of their challenges. This allows her to develop a personalized, comprehensive treatment plan aimed at addressing the issue from all angles to improve their quality of life beyond what they thought possible.
In her efforts to bring the topics of pelvic pain and women’s sexual health out from behind closed doors and find real, proven solutions for those in pain, Dr. Bahlani continues to be involved in research and has presented at numerous conferences, as well as being published in top national and international journals.
Are you ready to live a pain-free life? Dr. Sonia Bahlani can help you with:
Vulvodynia is chronic pain around the opening of the vagina that has no identifiable cause. Symptoms may include burning, swelling, pain during sex and more.
Endometriosis occurs when uterine cells grow outside of the uterus on other organs, such as the ovaries or bladder. Symptoms may include extremely painful periods, pain during or after sex, infertility and more.
Bladder pain/interstitial cystitis
This condition refers to an inflamed bladder with symptoms similar to a urinary tract infection, but with no infection present. Symptoms may include pressure and pain in the abdomen, prolonged urinary tract symptoms, and pain during sex.
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Typically caused by an untreated sexually transmitted infection, pelvic inflammatory disease is an infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes or ovaries. Symptoms may include irregular periods, pain during urination, fatigue, or pelvic tenderness.
These non-cancerous tumors can grow in and on the uterus, causing abdominal pain, pressure, constipation and heavy periods. Many people with uterine fibroids won’t notice any symptoms at all.
Physical pain isn’t always caused by a physical source. Many people, particularly those who have suffered sexual assault or abuse, experience pelvic pain in response to emotional distress. Symptoms may include depression, anxiety, stress, and more.
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Here’s what Dr. Bahlani’s patients have to say about their experience.
“Dr. Bahlani is the best! I have already referred her to many of my friends. She is thorough, caring kind, smart, helpful... a great doctor and lovely person.”12/19/2017
“Dr. Bahlani care & treatment & her manner & understanding is exceptional. Dr. Bahlani is one of the most compassionate health care professionals I have ever met.”04/24/2017
“What a blessing Dr. Bahlani is. She epitome of the Hippocratic oath which is very rare today amazing doctors.”10/16/2017