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Midwest Urogynecology specializes in Pelvic Prolapse procedures. Uterine prolapse occurs when muscles or ligaments stretch or become weak, while vaginal prolapse is a common complication that occurs following childbirth. Learn about the treatment options our St. Louis urogynecology office offers for pelvic prolapse symptoms.
Many women suffer from urinary incontinence, a condition that causes unexpected urine loss which can occur with coughing, or with a sudden urge to void. Symptoms can range in severity from slightly bothering to this which significantly alter your lifestlye. The good news is this that many treatment options exist through our St. Louis urogynecology experts.
Transvaginal Mesh Removal
Patients who have previously undergone surgical placement of vaginal mesh may experience complications, including pain, pelvic dysfunction and potential vaginal mesh exposure. At Midwest Urogynecology, we have specialized expertise in treating vaginal mesh complications and can offer a range of medical and surgical options for those suffering from vaginal mesh complications.
St. Louis Urogynecology
The American Board of Medical Specialties approved Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, also known as urogynecology, as a certified subspecialty in 2011, and the first urogynecology doctors were board-certified in 2013.
Urogynecologists are physicians who complete medical school and a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology or Urology. Urogynecologists are specialists with additional years of fellowship training and certification in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
The training provides expertise in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions that affect the muscles and connective tissue of the female pelvic organs.
Midwest Urogynecology is a certified urogynecologist in St. Louis, specializing in commonly treated pelvic floor conditions. As a St. Louis Urogynecology specialist, Midwest Urogynecology is knowledgeable about the latest research in the field pertaining to these conditions. Although your primary care physician, OB/GYN, or urologist may have knowledge about these problems, a urogynecologist offers additional expertise.
Empathy, caring and responsiveness aren’t just words at Midwest Urogynecology. We are a urogynecologist in St. Louis committed to providing state-of-the-art, evidence-based medical services that allow women to live fuller and more productive lives – and we do it by offering a continuum of care and level of personalized service that is rarely available at larger institutions.
The mission of our St. Louis Urogynecology office is to help women conquer the types of pelvic disorders that can trap them in a cycle of discomfort, embarrassment and isolation.