|Monday||09h00 AM to 06h00 PM|
|Tuesday||09h00 AM to 06h00 PM|
|Wednesday||09h00 AM to 06h00 PM|
|Thursday||09h00 AM to 05h00 PM|
|Friday||09h00 AM to 01h00 PM|
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USA Fibroid Centers in Valley Stream, NY is part of a national network of exceptional Fibroid Centers specializing in the leading non-surgical procedure (UFE) to treat fibroids safely and effectively with no hospital stay. No hospital stay is required, and patients can go home right after the procedure. Fibroid size is reduced and symptoms disappear with less pain and less time off work than a hysterectomy or myomectomy. The majority of women return to normal activities in 5-7 days, with full recovery by 1-2 weeks. Most treatments are covered by major insurance plans. Our physicians have helped hundreds of women enjoy their life without painful and prolonged menstruation, heavy bleeding. pelvic pain and pressure.
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