Diagnosed with pelvic congestion but

Don't want a hysterectomy?

We've got you covered.

Our doctors have helped hundreds of women find relief from pelvic congestion with a new micro-invasive vascular procedure that fixes the faulty veins in your pelvis.

What is causing my pelvic congestion pain and discomfort?

When your pelvic veins cannot pump blood properly, this can cause a condition known as pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS). When blood pools and congests in your veins, it causes your veins to balloon out and cause pain, discomfort, and swelling in the pelvic area.

Leaving you with feel an array symptoms:

Just Because you have pelvic congestion

Doesn't Mean You Should Have to Give Up Your Uterus.

When your doctor advises a hysterectomy, you may experience a range of feelings, such as irritation, sadness, and loss. Both the notion of having a major operation and the possibility of losing your uterus and potentially your fertility can be emotionally taxing.

You may find yourself getting stressed and anxious thinking:

I'm Dr. Arnold Saha and I'm a Vascular Specialist

There's a proven procedure for safely eliminating the congestion in your pelvis that you need to learn about.

It’s called Ovarian Vein Embolization (OVE), and it’s the safe, clinically proven way to reduce pelvic congestion without side effects. 

OVE is minimally invasive procedure that helps relieve pain by using imaging guidance and a catheter to close off faulty veins so they can no longer enlarge with blood.

Dr. Saha only needs to work through a small pinprick in your thigh to complete this painless in-office procedure. No surgery, No cutting, No Scarring.

Why Should You Consider the OVE Procedure?

Ovarian Vein embolization (OVE) is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to uterine surgery, as thousands of women are choosing OVE to treat pelvic congestion due to its minimally invasive nature and effectiveness.

Meet the My Aim Team

Pelvic Congestion Specialists

Arnold Saha MD

Dr. Saha is a graduate of Stanford University and the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. His initial training in Surgery was followed by Radiology residency at West Penn/Allegheny Health System in Pittsburgh, PA where he trained with Dr. Gordon McLean, an early pioneer in the field of Interventional Radiology. He also completed a fellowship in Interventional Radiology at the University of Michigan. Dr. Saha is double board-certified in Diagnostic Radiology and Interventional Radiology.

Parag Rami, MD

Dr. Parag Rami brings over two decades of medical expertise to the field, with a steadfast commitment to vascular and interventional radiology. Having completed his Fellowship in Vascular & Interventional Radiology at the University of Michigan, Dr. Rami’s extensive knowledge is complemented by a Residency in Diagnostic Radiology at the University of Toledo. His journey in medicine began at Ross University, School of Medicine, following undergraduate studies at the University of California San Diego.

Dr. Rami’s passion lies in vascular and interventional radiology, with special interests in Embolizations, Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Venous Disease, and Spine Interventions. His dedication to advancing patient care is evident in his affiliation with Abrazo Arrowhead Hospital, where he continues to make a positive impact on the community’s health.

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