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Frequently Asked Questions

Bowel control problems, urinary incontinence, painful intercourse, frequent UTIs–none of these are imaginary conditions, and the specialists at Cedars-Sinai know about all of them. They're just a few of the common urogynecological issues that respond well to treatment.

The American Urogynecological Society says that most women 55 and older struggle with symptoms related to pelvic floor disorders. The experts at Cedars-Sinai will help you understand what's going on in your body and create a treatment plan to help.

Urogynecology doctors are trained in urology and gynecology. The board-certified specialists at Cedars-Sinai are trained to identify, understand and treat sensitive female symptoms and conditions.

Dealing with the underlying pelvic floor issue will help ease, if not completely remove, your symptoms. You don't have to choose to live in discomfort or settle for a less active lifestyle. Call our office today to make an appointment with one of our urogynecology specialists.

Typically, we'll get you back to your life and feeling good in weeks, not months. We offer a range of treatment options that we'll discuss during your appointment. If surgery is the best treatment for you, rest assured that your comfort, healing and speedy recovery are our top priorities.

Urinary incontinence is not just a normal part of aging or the result of giving birth to a child. It's a condition that can affect every aspect of your life and has many different causes. Some are simple and temporary. Others are more long-term and may require more involved solutions. A urogynecologist can usually treat this condition, and in many cases eliminate it entirely.

Kegel exercises are a great way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. However, a weak muscle isn't always the cause of the problem. If the pelvic floor muscles are not the source of your problem or if your muscles are already too tight, Kegel exercises won't help.