"Care for Women by Women"
1600 Sixth Avenue, Suite #117, York, PA 17403

Women's Institute for Gynecology & Minimally Invasive Surgery, LLC.

(717)840-9885

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is very common, especially in women over 50. As pelvic floor muscles weaken, the connective tissues securing the vagina and uterus give way, displacing these organs, as well as the bladder and rectum, toward the vaginal opening. This can lead to bowel or urinary incontinence, feelings of fullness or pain, infections, and discomfort or lack of sensation with intercourse. While aging is a dominant factor, prolapse can have many causes. They include loss of muscle tone, giving birth, menopause and estrogen loss, obesity, genetics, pelvic trauma or surgery, repeated heavy lifting, chronic constipation, coughing and certain conditions such as diabetes or connective tissue disorders. If you are experiencing any combination of these symptoms, talk to one of our providers today about treatment options for pelvic organ prolapse.

 

Incontinence & Other Bladder Issues

Urinary incontinence refers to the involuntary loss of urine. Other bladder problems can include excessive urgency or frequency of urination, or pain. If your bladder is keeping you from enjoying your life, you are not alone. Though many women believe bladder problems to be a normal part of aging, they can actually afflict women of any age. These issues, which can be caused by infection, nerve or muscle problems in the bladder, or problems with the urinary tract itself, can be successfully managed and treated. If you are experiencing any of these issues, do not hesitate to discuss your options with a provider – we are here to help you get your life back. 

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