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Home what's new? What is urogynecology? Frequently asked questions about our physicians glossary of terms services provided your first visit to the office new patient packet directions to our offices information about surgery non-surgical treatment publications by dr. 's culligan or salamon current research studies fellowship in urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery links glossary of terms general terms pelvic floor muscles a group of muscles in the pelvis that support and help to control the vagina, uterus, bladder urethra and rectum bladder a muscular organ which stores urine ureters a pair of tubes, each leading from one of the kidneys, to the bladder urethra a short narrow tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. generic viagra quick delivery Voiding passage of urine out of the body common pelvic floor disorders urinary incontinence leakage of urine stress incontinence involuntary loss of urine during activities that put "stress" on the bladder such as laughing, coughing, sneezing, lifting, etc. Urge incontinence an involuntary loss of urine preceded by a strong urge (also known as "overactive bladder") dysuria painful urination urgency a powerful need to urinate immediately frequency the need to urinate more often than normal (more than every 2 hours or more than 7 times a day) nocturia waking up frequently (more than once) during the night to urinate cystocele prolapse or bulging of the bladder into the vagina rectocele prolapse or bulging of the rectum into the vagina clicking the image to the left will take you to an animation of the different types of prolapse. If you do not see a pop up window after clicking, please be sure any popup blockers are not on. Enterocele prolapse or bulging of the small intestine into a space between the rectum and vagina uterine prolapse prolapse or descent of the uterus into the vagina fecal incontinence accidental loss of solid stool, liquid stool, or gas constipation variously defined as infrequent bowel movements (< 3 bowel movements per week), incomplete emptying of bowel contents, need to excessively strain to effect a bowel movement, passage of small, hard stools, or need to place your fingers in the vagina or the space between the vagina and anus to effect a bowel movement. online order viagra Diagnostic tests cystoscopy using a lighted scope to view the inside of the bladder. Urodynamics a test that uses a small catheter inserted in the bladder to study the function of the bladder and urethra during, filling, leakage and urinating dynamic cystoproctogram a procedure that uses x-rays to measure the extent of prolapse electrodiagnostic testing (emg) a test that evaluates nerve and muscle function intravenous pyelogram (ivp) an x-ray procedure that examines the kidneys, ureters and bladder urinalysis a test that evaluates chemicals and cells in the urine urine culture a test that determines whether a urinary tract infection (uti) is present surgical treatments for stress incontinence burch retropubic urethropexy procedure done through an abdominal incision or through a laparoscope to resupport the bladder base by placing sutures in the vagina to attach it to a ligament on the pubic bone suburethral sling placing a "strap" of material under the urethra to support it and prevent stress incontinence. 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Click here for more information suprapubic catheter a catheter placed into the bladder through the abdomen - it is used to drain the bladder after surgery neuromodulation this is a new approach in the treatment of the overactive bladder, urinary retention and urinary frequency. for sale viagra Electrodes are surgically inserted into the nerves that control the bladder. cheap quality viagra For more information about this option, click here surgical procedures to correct prolapse anterior colporrhaphy a vaginal procedure to reestablish the supports between the bladder and vagina to fix a cystocele. A synthetic mesh or organic graft material made be placed to reinforce this repair paravaginal repair (vaginal or abdominal approach) support the vaginal wall by attaching it to the pelvic sidewall to fix a cystocele. A synthetic mesh or organic graft material made be placed to reinforce this repair posterior colporrhaphy a vaginal procedure to reestablish the supports between the vagina and rectum to fix a rectocele. A synthetic mesh or organic graft material made be placed to reinforce this repair transvaginal enterocele repair close the space between the vagina and rectum through a vaginal incision to prevent the small bowel from pushing the vagina out. for sale viagra This procedure will also resuspend the top of the vagina. Total abdominal hysterectomy (with or without bilateral salpingo/oophorectomy) remove the uterus (including the cervix), tubes and ovaries through an abdominal incision. buy generic online viagra Total laparoscopic hysterectomy removal of the uterus (including the cervix) and possibly the tubes and ovaries through a laparoscopic approach total vaginal hysterectomy (with or without bilateral salpingo/oophorectomy) remove the uterus (including the cervix), tubes and ovaries through a vaginal incision. without prescription viagra Bilateral salpingo/oophorectomy removal of tubes and ovaries (performed eiter abdominally, vaginally or laparoscopically). Uterosacral ligament suspension suspend the top of the vagina to the uteroscral ligaments. for sale viagra This can be performed vaginally, abdominally or laparoscopically. Sacrospin. for sale viagra  

 

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