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Female Urology

Female Urology

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:

  • Cystocele – a condition in which the bladder sags into the vagina
  • Pelvic prolapse – when weakened pelvic muscles cause organs in the pelvis to slide out of place
  • Urethral diverticulum – a bulge in the urethra that traps urine, causing urinary tract infections
  • Urethral strictures – the narrowing of the tube that carries urine from your bladder
  • Urinary incontinence – the loss of urine control
  • Vaginal bulge – when weakened muscles allow the vaginal wall to bulge
  • Vaginal mesh complications – problems caused by a vaginal mesh used to treat prolapse or incontinence

The most common of these conditions are urinary incontinence, pelvic prolapse and vaginal mesh complications.


Urinary Incontinence. Inability to control urination happens for a variety of reasons, including advancing age, strains on the pelvic area during childbirth and radiation treatment for cancer. The problem may be infrequent and minor, with just a few drops of urine lost when stress is put on the bladder. In more severe cases, a woman may lose large amounts of urine unexpectedly. Treatments for this condition vary depending on the cause.

Over time, the bladder muscle may gradually become stronger, thicker, and overly sensitive; it begins to contract even when it contains small amounts of urine, causing a need to urinate frequently. Eventually, the bladder muscle cannot overcome the effect of the narrowed urethra so urine remains in the bladder and it is not completely emptied.

Symptoms of enlarged prostate can include:


  • A weak or slow urinary stream
  • A feeling of incomplete bladder emptying
  • Difficulty starting urination
  • Frequent urination
  • Urgency to urinate
  • Getting up frequently at night to urinate
  • A urinary stream that starts and stops
  • Straining to urinate
  • Continued dribbling of urine
  • Returning to urinate again minutes after finishing

When the bladder does not empty completely, you become at risk for developing urinary tract infections. Other serious problems can also develop over time, including bladder stones, blood in the urine, incontinence, and acute urinary retention (an inability to urinate). A sudden and complete inability to urinate is a medical emergency; you should see your doctor immediately. In rare cases, bladder and/or kidney damage can develop from BPH.