Women's Health

Women's Health

Bladder and pelvic health

Over time, childbirth, repeated heavy lifting, or even chronic constipation can cause your bladder and pelvic floor to change or weaken.

Common bladder and pelvic floor conditions include:

  • Urinary incontinence: not being able to control urine
  • Fecal incontinence: not being able to control stool
  • Pelvic organ prolapse: when the pelvic organ(s) drop from their normal position
  • Other bladder disorders

Many women share these symptoms, but may find it too embarrassing to seek help or even talk about them. We encourage you not to suffer in silence. Your urogynecology team understands how these symptoms can affect your physical and emotional well-being. We are experts in helping you to improve your symptoms and quality of life.

Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence (UI) is not a disease; it’s simply a fact of life for many women. It’s easy to tell if you have urinary incontinence — you might leak some …
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Pelvic organ prolapse

Over time, the “pelvic floor” that normally holds your pelvic organs in place, may weaken and fail to adequately support organs like your bladder, vagina, uterus, small bowel, and rectum. …
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