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I was diagnosed with Endometriosis back in May through another doctor who basically did nothing in my first laparoscopy. After looking for another specialist for a second opinion I luckily found Dr. Ghomi and right away he knew something was wrong. It was the first time that I felt heard and acknowledged. He performed a robotic excision procedure and found a bunch of endometriosis scattered that my previous doctor had missed. With endometriosis, so many doctors aren’t properly trained or equipped to deal with this disease. However, Dr. Ghomi is not one of them. He listened to me, treated me right away, and I’ve honestly had the best experience with him than I’ve ever had with any other doctor. He’s exceptionally well trained and knowledgeable in this area and I 100% recommend him for anyone who is suffering or going through what I went through. This is the first time since being diagnosed that I’ve felt optimistic for the future, thanks to Dr. Ghomi.
Dr. Ghomi is EXCELLENT. As a woman with endometriosis, I've been ignored, invalidated, and given substandard care for over 15 years. Dr. Ghomi was not only the first doctor to listen to me, but the first one to take action and make recommendations that significantly improved my quality of life. I highly recommend him to anyone seeking an endometriosis specialist!
Thankful beyond recognition, Dr. Ghomi is the best of the best. I have suffered a lifetime of extreme pain with extremely heavy periods. Dr. Ghomi suspected endometriosis, however discovered in my laparoscopy there was no sign of endo but uterine polyps! He removed them, my recovery was picture perfect and my years of suffering a thing of my past. In 2021 I returned. During an ivf retrieval at a fertility clinic they had nicked a blood vessel and I had a significant internal bleed. It was said that I would need surgery, I IMMEDIATELY requested to be transferred to my surgeon Dr. Ghomi stating he was the only one I trusted to take care of me. When I arrived they stressed Surgery was a last resort. Dr Ghomi and the staff make right decision after right decision and have the patient's best interest at hand. Fortunately I was able to avoid surgery. But once again was in the hands of 5 star care. I trust Dr. Ghomi with my life, and speak so highly of him to everyone I meet. He is the best of the best, and I am beyond grateful to be in his care.
Dr ghomi is absolutely incredible. I had a hystorectomy due to issues with my period and my only regret was waiting so long. The worst pain in the entire recovery process was nothing compared to the monthly pain I had. Here I am, not even 2 weeks after surgery and feeling back to completely normal. 10/10 recommend dr ghomi and his staff.
Dr. Ali Ghomi and his staff are absolutely amazing. I recently had a robotic hysterectomy. They are kind and explain everything in detail so that you are aware of what you will be going through.
Dr. Ghomi is excellent. He is a true professional and expert in his field. He corrected a problem from a previous surgeon and I am grateful. He is very caring and explains everything so you understand. He speaks to you like a person instead of just another patient. I am so glad I found him.
He is the best of the best!!! He helped me have a child that I never thought I would have. My endometriosis was stage 4 and he made it possible with a laparoscopy, he was able to get it all. After having my child, my endometriosis got worse. 2.5 years after having my child we decided on a full hysterectomy and I wouldn’t let anyone else do it but him! Trust him and his medical judgement.
I had my tubal ligation done after my daughter in 2009 I went to go see doctor Ghomi and he did my tubal reversal and may of 2018 I am glad to say that I am now 16 weeks pregnant thank God for Dr Ghomi and his staff
I had a tubal reversal with Dr. Ghomi on April 23rd 2018, it took me until July 2019 to conceive. I now have a beautiful 4 month old babyboy. I am very happy we used this doctor/hospital. Very affordable price.
For about the last 5 years I have been complaining to my GYN (female) that there is something wrong, in 2016 I had the copper IUD put in and I assumed the terrible pain that I had from cramps was from that, as I had read that was a side effect. After two years I could not take it anymore and had it removed, I assumed that that would be the end of the ridiculous pain. Nope, it only got worse! I told my GYN and on my yearly appointment she would just recommend putting me back on my hormonal birth control (this is why I went for the copper IUD in the first place, it was hormone free!), I told her my body hates birth control, you name it and I was on it. After 20 years of being on it my body needed a break. I also told my mother during all of these years (who is an RN and WOMAN AND CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL IN BUFFALO) that I think I have endometriosis and she kept telling me that it cannot be that because it is extremely painful and her friend had it and that could not possibly be that. I thought maybe I was just weak and that I was over reaching. Well, in the middle of the night in February 2020 I was woken up to 12/10 pain and my husband did not know what to do, he recommended the ER but I told him that you don't go to the ER for a period. Honestly, I am not sure how my kidneys and liver did not shut down from the amount of pills I have taken in the past 5 years. So finally I started to do research and found Dr. Ghomi, I am not going to lie I was slightly uncomfortable with seeing a male- what could he know about periods that my GYN and mother wouldn't. The moment he started the exam he said that I had a ton of scar tissue and that I would need surgery to remove it. I wanted to cry when I left because everything I have been saying (unheard) for the past 5 years had been confirmed, it was not me, I was NOT over reacting! My appointment was in March, in May I ended up going to the ER for the pain (We were not allowed to do "non essential" surgeries until king Cuomo allowed it again. I wish he could have felt the pain I was in- So, I had the surgery on July 8th and I had to be dropped off at the door, I was scared and completely alone and the staff was sooo so sweet. I wish I could remember the pre-op nurse who held my hand because I was scared. I told everyone please do not make me sterile I do not have kids. They assured me they would only do the clean out and that is all they did. I ended up having to stay in the hospital because we ran into complications (my body not anything from him) and they had to remove my left ovary and tube. When Dr. Ghomi came up the next day he said I had Stage 4 Endometriosis and that if there were a stage 5 I would be that and that I was one of the more extreme cases. He did also confirm that if I had been listened to years ago it would not have gotten this bad. I cannot tell you how much this man has changed my life, I have had a period since and I did have to take anything, no pain. I can't believe it! Why is no one listening to us when we first complain of pain? I cannot say enough amazing things about this man and his staff, I am forever grateful for him listening to me and not making me feel like I am crazy. I am 39 without kids and now with a hopeful chance at having them. Dr. Ghomi, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. I appreciate you more than you can ever imagine.
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