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Urogynecology

Urogynecology

A new adjustable single-incision bladder sling placed via the transobturator route for women with stress urinary incontinence shows promise.

Pelvic floor muscle training, or Kegel exercises, did not improve pelvic organ prolapse in a group of women after a vaginal delivery, research shows.

Hot flashes and night sweats for more than 7 years during menopausal transition? It’s a reality for many women.

New research has found a link between day-of-surgery urinary microbiota and the likelihood of a urinary tract infection after pelvic floor surgery.

The genes expressed by a common bacteria that causes UTIs protect the bacteria from the process the body uses to fight the infection, new research shows.

Two new studies have found that metabolic syndrome and weight loss surgery can independently affect urinary symptoms.

Removal of the ovaries and fallopian tubes at the time of a hysterectomy doesn't increase the risk of pelvic organ prolapse, new research finds.

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