Dr. Rodriguez-Triana provides complete obstetrical and gynecological care for all women at UCLA. Her clinical practice includes general obstetrics, general gynecology, fibroids, minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, family planning, contraception, preconception consultations, and the surgical management of transgender patients.
Menorrhagia is heavy or prolonged bleeding during your period. Many women have this type of abnormal uterine bleeding. It can be related to a number of conditions including problems with the uterus, hormone problems, or other conditions. While heavy bleeding can make it tough to take part in normal daily life at times, there are treatments to help. Learn more >
An ovarian cyst is a fluid-filled sac that forms on or inside an ovary. The ovaries are a pair of small, oval-shaped organs in the lower part of a woman’s belly (abdomen). Ovarian cysts are very common in women of all ages. Young girls can also get them, but this is less common. Learn more >
Your healthcare provider uses colposcopy to view the opening to the uterus, called the cervix, and the vagina. It uses an instrument with a magnifying lens and a light, called a colposcope. Learn more >
Cephalic disorders affect the central nervous system as it develops. They may also affect the brain and the growth of the skull. These disorders can cause a variety of developmental delays, physical disabilities, and threats to a child’s life. Learn more >
Uterine artery embolization is a procedure to get rid of noncancerous tumors in the uterus (uterine fibroids). It does not use major surgery, so you may recover faster. You also may not need to stay in the hospital. Learn more >
Uterine fibroids are tumors in a woman's uterus. They are usually not cancer. Doctors don't know what causes uterine fibroids. It may be that each tumor develops from an abnormal muscle cell in the uterus. This cell multiplies rapidly because of the effect of estrogen. Learn more >
Many different gynecological conditions require the care of a health care provider. Learn detailed information on the most common gynecological conditions including Recognizing Gynecologic Problems, Endometriosis, Pelvic Pain, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Uterine Fibroids, Pap Test and Safer Sex Guidelines. Learn more >
A pelvic ultrasound is a scan that looks at the organs and structures in your pelvic area. Ultrasound uses a device called a transducer to send out sound waves that are too high to be heard. The transducer sends the sound waves through your skin and other body tissues to the organs and structures within. The sound waves bounce off the organs like an echo and return to the transducer. The transducer picks up the reflected waves. These are changed into a picture of the organs. Learn more >
Laparoscopy uses a thin lighted tube that has a video camera. The tube is called a laparoscope. It is put into a tiny cut or incision in your belly. The video camera images can be seen on a computer screen. Learn more >
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a group of emotional and physical symptoms many women have in the days before their period starts. Lifestyle changes and sometimes medicines can help manage symptoms. Learn more >
Proper health before deciding to become pregnant is almost as important as maintaining a healthy lifestyle during pregnancy. The first few weeks of pregnancy are crucial in a child's development. Planning ahead and taking care of yourself before becoming pregnant is the best thing you can do for you and your baby. Learn more >
Tubal ligation is a permanent form of birth control in which a woman's fallopian tubes are tied or blocked. This keeps the egg and sperm from connecting and so prevents pregnancy. Learn more >
June 2015: Resident Award for Best Minimally Invasive Surgeon of UCLA Obstetrics & Gynecology Class of 2015.
June 2014: First Place Award for resident research project entitled, “No Tube Left Behind: Routine Salpingectomy at the time of Hysterectomy with Ovarian Preservation, " UCLA Dept of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
May 2014 : Excellence in Teaching with Humanism Residents and Fellows Award, awarded by graduating class of 2014, UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine