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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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Hi, a few weeks ago, sex started to hurt and I began to have cramps on my pelvic area, I waited for it to go away on its own but it didnt...
I have not had many yeast infections so I was looking for some insight. Last Thursday I started having burning/hot feeling coming from my...
I had a routine pap smear done by my (new) GP on April 3rd. Unlike every other pap smear that I have had (I'm 63 years old) it was painfu...
I have chronic UTI's and have been told that they are caused by vaginal atrophy post menopause. I also was diagnosed with a liver disorde...
This may sound totally bizarre. I had a acute kidney injury back in feb due to diuretic use to treat diastolic dysfunction. So my kidneys...
I had urgency and painful urination for about two days, on the third day I urinated and there was s spec of blood on the toilet paper. I...
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