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UHealth Comprehensive Women’s Health Alliance


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Urogynecology Specialists: Restore Your Confidence with Personalized Care

At the UHealth Comprehensive Women’s Health Alliance, we offer comprehensive urogynecology services to address all female urinary and pelvic floor conditions that may affect women at various stages of their lives. We collaborate to develop tailored treatment strategies for each individual patient. Our team comprises experts in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, colorectal surgery, gastroenterology, urology, and pelvic floor physical therapy. Working together, we tailor your treatment to your exact need.

Ages 18 – 39

For women between the ages of 18 and 39, our urogynecology services focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of pelvic floor disorders and related conditions, including:

  • Chronic pelvic pain
  • Urinary frequency, urgency, or incontinence
  • Urgency incontinence
  • Stress incontinence
  • Painful bladder syndrome or Interstitial cystitis
  • Pelvic floor dysfunction
  • Defecatory dysfunction and constipation

Ages 40 – 50

As women approach midlife, they may experience changes in their pelvic health due to various factors, such as childbirth, hormonal fluctuations, or the natural aging process. Our urogynecology services for women in their forties include:

  • A comprehensive evaluation of pelvic floor disorders
  • Treatment for urinary incontinence: Urgency and Stress incontinence
  • Management of pelvic organ prolapse, including conservative and surgical options
  • Assessment and treatment of pelvic pain

Ages 50 and Over

For women aged 50 and over, our practice focuses on the management of age-related pelvic health issues, including:

  • Ongoing care for pelvic floor disorders
  • Treatment for genitourinary syndrome of menopause
  • Treatment for urinary incontinence: Urgency and Stress incontinence Management of pelvic organ prolapse, including minimally invasive and robotic-assisted surgical options
  • Evaluation and treatment of recurrent urinary tract infections
  • Support for sexual health concerns

Women's Nurse Coordinator

Our Women's Nurse Coordinators work closely with each patient to understand their individual needs, preferences, and concerns.

They are healthcare professionals who can:

  • Assist in navigating the healthcare system and scheduling your appointments.
  • Clarify your diagnosis and answer your questions.
  • Link you to valuable support services and resources

Your pelvic health is essential to your overall well-being and quality of life. Let us help you get the care you need; connect with one of our Women's Nurse Coordinators today.

Pelvic Health Recommendations by Age

Women’s bodies go through many changes as they age. To help maintain optimal pelvic health, following specific recommendations based on your age group is essential.

For women aged 18-39, it's recommended to: Page 1
For women aged 40-50, in addition to the above recommendations, it's also recommended to: Page 1
For women aged 50 and above, it's important to: Page 1

What’s the difference between a gynecologist and a urogynecologist?

As a woman, it's crucial to prioritize your health and visit medical professionals specializing in women's medical needs. Two common specialists in this field are gynecologists and urogynecologists, but what's the difference?

Gynecologists have a broad focus on the female reproductive system, including the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and vagina. They are trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of gynecologic conditions, such as menstrual disorders, STIs, and menopause-related concerns. They also typically perform routine pelvic exams and Pap smears. In addition, gynecologists may offer contraceptive options, such as birth control pills and IUDs, and they may provide guidance on family planning.

On the other hand, urogynecologists specialize in pelvic floor disorders, which can lead to conditions like urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, urogenital or colovaginal fistulas, and other related issues. These disorders can occur when the muscles and tissues that support the pelvic organs become weak or damaged. Urogynecologists are specifically trained in gynecology and urology and have a more specialized area of focus in pelvic floor problems. They may help women with pelvic floor rehabilitation, behavioral modification, medication, and surgical options.

It's important to choose the right specialist based on your specific needs. If you're experiencing pelvic pain, urinary or fecal incontinence, or other pelvic floor problems, a urogynecologist may be able to provide specialized care to help you manage your symptoms. If you need routine gynecologic care like Pap smears and contraceptive management, a gynecologist may be the right choice. Always consult a qualified medical professional for personalized guidance on your feminine health concerns.

Your health matters

From routine exams to addressing specific health concerns, one of our women’s nurse coordinators can connect you
with convenient, compassionate, and expert-led care. Contact us today!