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Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

When the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic floor weaken, they can prolapse (shift or drop) causing everything from pain to incontinence. Pelvic organ prolapse is treatable and, depending on severity, can include lifestyle changes, simple exercises, and surgery. Continue Reading

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Treatment

When the muscles and ligaments of the pelvic floor weaken, they can prolapse (shift or drop) causing everything from pain to incontinence. Pelvic organ prolapse is treatable and, depending on severity, can include lifestyle changes, simple exercises, and surgery. Continue Reading

Vesicovaginal Fistula Treatments

Vesicovaginal fistulas are a direct connection between the bladder and the vagina, which cause the loss of bladder control and allow urine to move directly out of the body. They can be treated with estrogen therapy, catherization, occlusion, or surgery. Continue Reading

Vesicovaginal Fistula Treatments

Vesicovaginal fistulas are a direct connection between the bladder and the vagina, which cause the loss of bladder control and allow urine to move directly out of the body. They can be treated with estrogen therapy, catherization, occlusion, or surgery. Continue Reading

Treating UTIs During Pregnancy

Pregnancy increases a woman's risk of urinary tract infection. But a number of effective treatments have proven to be safe for both the woman and her unborn baby. Continue Reading

Treating UTIs During Pregnancy

Pregnancy increases a woman's risk of urinary tract infection. But a number of effective treatments have proven to be safe for both the woman and her unborn baby. Continue Reading

Treating Relaxed Vaginal Outlet

Relaxed vaginal outlet can cause a variety of symptoms, including incontinence. Treatment ranges from self-administered exercises, such as Kegels and pelvic weights, to biofeedback (pictured here) and even surgery. Continue Reading

Treating Relaxed Vaginal Outlet

Relaxed vaginal outlet can cause a variety of symptoms, including incontinence. Treatment ranges from self-administered exercises, such as Kegels and pelvic weights, to biofeedback (pictured here) and even surgery. Continue Reading

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