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Pelvic Organ Prolapse/Incontinence

Pelvic Organ Prolapse/Incontinence

Our doctors are experts at diagnosing and treating pelvic issues

Pelvic organ prolapse can manifest slowly and have few conspicuous symptoms. Unfortunately, if it is not treated soon enough it can lead to incontinence, which is why our doctors and their staff are specially trained to diagnose and treat this and other female pelvic floor disorders early, safely and accurately.

Nobody wants to suffer the discomfort or potential embarrassment of incontinence, and our providers specialists are here with experience and knowledge to diagnose and treat your pelvic prolapse before it worsens. Depending on your symptoms, your doctor may prescribe exercises, supportive insertion or surgical treatment to help you remain active, confident, pain-free and safe.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Incontinence Services

 

Bladder Dysfunction

No matter your symptoms, your doctor will first go over your history and then consider which treatment is right for you. Care plans typically include education, lifestyle changes, medication and possibly surgery to correct your condition.

Overactive Bladder

Nobody should have to live with the sudden, urgent need to urinate caused by an overactive bladder. Whether your treatment involves medication, nerve stimulation, or a lifestyle change, our specialists are here to listen to you and partner with you to make the right choice in treating you.

Stress Incontinence

Not being able to cough, sneeze or exercise without “accident” can be frustrating. Our specialists are here to evaluate and provide treatment options  to get you back to being the active and confident person you deserve to be.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is not only hard to detect, but it can also lead to incontinence which makes early detection and treatment using special exercises, supportive insertion or surgical treatment essential.

Painful Bladder Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis

This chronic bladder condition can be painful and debilitating. Once diagnosed your doctor may consider options from lifestyle changes to surgery to treat it for you.

Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections

Several factors may be causing your chronic urinary tract infections, which is why our doctors strive to perform careful, extensive and thorough diagnoses to look for anything from kidney stones to an abnormally shaped urinary tract and other possible causes to ensure your correct treatment using lifestyle changes, medication or surgery.

Pessary Placement and Management

Pelvic organ prolapse can lead to incontinence, and your doctor may prescribe the use of a supportive device called a pessary to correct and manage your prolapse symptoms.

Bladder Botox

Botox is not only used as a cosmetic treatment, but it is also effective in medical applications such as treating overactive bladder symptoms.

Interstim Bladder Therapy

By using an implantable device which sends electrical signals out to certain nerves, your doctor can safely and effectively treat certain your bladder control symptoms.

Vaginal and Pelvic Reconstruction and Rejuvenation

Sometimes pelvic organ prolapse may require surgery, and our experts use the most modern equipment and latest knowledge to ensure your safe and speedy recovery.

When you choose HealthCare Partners Nevada for your health needs, you are choosing an award-winning medical staff who strive to deliver safe, accurate and compassionate care.

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