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WELCOME TO THE UROGYNECOLOGY COMMUNITY for WOMEN: This Patient-To-Patient Community is for discussions relating to Female Incontinence and Pelvic Floor disorders such as, Cystocele, Drooping Bladder, Intercourse Pain, Pelvic Organ Prolapse, Vaginal Relaxation and Vulvodynia.
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I'm 25 weeks pregnant. At around 19 weeks, after having urethral pain for 2 weeks, I went to the ER as i was certain I did have a UTI, ev...
After an indiscretion April 2nd. I developed a yeast infection. I visited a public clinic and I tested negative for all STDs and was give...
I am a 62yo woman that has received a neobladder in 2006 after being diagnosed with bladder cancer. Currently I am using 480 catheters a ...
I have been having painful urination when finishing since end of July. I went to GP, he prescribed me a bunch of antibiotics (Cipro, Bact...
I am a 18-year-old female. In the past month or so, I have noticed that occasionally I feel a few drops of liquid drip out of what feels ...
So a few months back I began having heart palpitations which prompted a workul with full bloodwork and urine, holster monitor, echo. All ...
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