Urinary incontinence is not a right of passage. It is not necessary for a woman to suffer through this. Getting older and/or having children can increase risk of developing this disorder. With appropriate questions, exams and testing, the opportunity exists to correct this problem once and for all.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse or POP can occur with age or with childbearing. It can cause pressure, pain, difficulty with sex and other problems. This issue can be resolved through exercises or surgery. All you need is guidance and some expertise hep to alleviate this problem
When your bladder acts like it has a mind of its own and dictates to you how often and when you need to pee, you may have an Overactive Bladder . This can become bothersome and intrusive at work, when playing or when trying to get a good night's sleep. There is help if you seek it.
Interstitial Cystitis is a rare but hard to diagnose and treat condition. It is typically misdiagnosed as chronic pelvic pain that is attributed to female reproductive organs. Recurrent Urinary Tract infections symptoms (burning, frequency, small volume voids) but with negative urine culture tests may be a sign
What are kidney stones? How did I get them? More importantly how can I treat them? Back pain that progresses to flank or side pain with blood tinged urine (strawberry lemonade color) may indicate you have kidney stones.