Treatment for female urology disorders often successfully controls or eliminates them. Women come to urologists for a wide range of conditions relating to the female genitourinary (relating to organs of reproduction and urination) tract, including:
Overactive Bladder: The frequent and sudden urge to urinate.
Voiding Dysfunction: The abnormality of the filling or emptying of the bladder. The three main types of chronic voiding
Dysfunction in women include: urinary frequency, urinary urgency, and painful urination.
Urinary Tract Infection: An infection that usually occurs when bacteria enters the opening of the urethra and multiplies in the urinary tract.
Bladder Infection: An infection that usually occurs when bacteria moves to the bladder and multiplies.
Interstitial Cystitis (IC): A chronic inflammation of the bladder wall.
Pelvic Pain: Pain, pressure, or tenderness around the pelvic region – below your bellybutton and between your hips.
Bladder Cancer: Any of several types of malignant growths of the urinary bladder.
Bladder Pain: Pain, pressure, or tenderness around the bladder, pelvis, and perineum – the area between the anus and vagina.
Dropped Bladder (Or Prolapsed Bladder): The wall between a woman’s vagina and bladder weaken and the bladder drops into the vagina.
Vaginal Prolapse: The organs inside the pelvis fall, bulge, or protrude into the vaginal wall.
Urethral Syndrome: Defined as symptoms suggestive of a lower tract urinary infection, without any evidence of bacterial or viral infection as a cause.