Urogynecology

The Link Between Childbirth and Urogynecology Problems

Posted: 
April 2020

Almost every mom-to-be has some trepidation about what can happen to the body after childbirth. In this article, we’ll look closer at the link between childbirth and urogynecology problems.

5 Reasons for Leaking Urine

Posted: 
March 2020

If you experience urinary leaks and aren’t sure why, getting to the underlying cause can help you and your provider understand it better.

How to Treat Pelvic Pain

Posted: 
February 2020

There are a variety of reasons for women to experience pelvic pain, including childbirth, aging, or a urogynecologic issue. How to treat pelvic pain will depend on its cause.

6 Causes of Urinary Tract Infections

Posted: 
September 2019

With a clinic focus on urogynecologic conditions like UTIs, we want to demystify some causes of urinary tract infections and offer practical prevention strategies. Here are six common UTI causes.

6 Causes of Vaginal Dryness and Itching

Posted: 
August 2019

Many women experience vaginal dryness and itching at some point during their lives. Let’s look at some common causes of vaginal dryness and itching, as well as how to remedy the discomfort.

Hints for Handling the Emotional Aspects of Urogynecologic Health Issues

Posted: 
April 2019

When you have urogynecologic health issues such as pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence, you may struggle with how to respond. For some women, emotions like frustration, sadness, or fear to come to the surface.

5 Ways to Reduce Your Risk of Urogynecologic Health Issues [Infographic]

Posted: 
March 2019

If you’re worried about experiencing urogynecologic health issues, you’re not alone. Many women experience problems like urinary or fecal incontinence and pelvic floor disorders resulting from vaginal childbirth, genetics, or other factors. While you may not be able to eliminate your risk entirely, you can reduce it through lifestyle habits like these.

6 Minimally Invasive Procedures for Urogynecologic Conditions

Posted: 
March 2019

When you’re having a urogynecologic health concern like incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, or pelvic pain, your top priority is likely to resolve the issue with as little disruption to your life as possible.

6 Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before Your Minimally Invasive Procedure

Posted: 
April 2018

If you are diagnosed with a gynecologic or urogynecologic condition that requires surgery, including pelvic pain and endometriosis, your doctor may recommend a minimally invasive procedure.

Meet the Latest Tools and Technologies in Urogynecology

Posted: 
December 2017

Pelvic floor disorders can be uncomfortable and embarrassing. Fortunately, many urogynecology tools and technologies have emerged to treat a variety of these conditions so women can regain their quality of life.

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