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  • A Plan For Unplanned Peeing: How To Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence

    Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) can be a daily cause of irritation for its sufferers who struggle to deal with its symptoms. We live in a fast-paced era, whether we are on the move, working out, or traveling from point A…

     
  • Vestibulitis Treatment

    Vulvar Vestibulitis is characterized by pain limited to the vestibule, the area surrounding the opening of the vagina. The mainstay of treatment and future prevention is avoidance of irritants to the vulva. This includes the discontinuation of topical creams and…

     
  • Vestibulitis

    Vulvar Vestibulitis is characterized by pain limited to the vestibule, the area surrounding the opening of the vagina. The pain of Vulvar Vestibulitis is typically present when pressure is applied to the vestibule (with sexual intercourse, tampon insertion, prolonged sitting)…

     
  • Rectifying your Rectocele

    Rectifying your Rectocele | Austin Urogynecology Many women experience vaginal looseness, decreased sensation with sex, and even constipation following vaginal deliveries. The supportive tissues become stretched with the stresses of pregnancy and delivery. This stretching can lead to a rectocele,…

     
  • Do It For You: How This Simple Procedure Can Improve Your Sex Life

    Many women are bothered by the size and appearance of their labia for years before seeking treatment. Labiaplasty consultation is typically a short and easy office visit in which you will meet our providers, explain the symptoms you’re having and…

     
  • Why Can’t Mommy Jump On the Trampoline?

    Let’s face it, as we grow older, we’re not always able to do some of the things we enjoy with the same comfort and enthusiasm we did when we were young. And with summer now here, chances are you’re going…

     
  • Is My Vagina Normal?

    Many women are concerned with the way their vaginas look because it looks different from photos and videos that they’ve seen in the media. “Is my vagina normal?” has slowly started to become a common question asked by women around the…

     
  • The Downlow: Urge vs. Stress Incontinence

    Check out the first episode of our new series “The Downlow” where we explain the difference between the two types of urinary incontinence: stress and urge. Stress urinary incontinence occurs with increased stress or pressure from laughing, coughing, sneezing, exercise…

     
  • Benefits of Vaginal Estrogen

    Estrogen is a naturally occurring hormone present in females that is secreted mainly by the ovaries. Its main function is female reproduction and sex characteristics but also contributes to cognition, mental health and immunity. As women age, and after some…

     
  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    A prolapse is a dropping of surrounding organs into the vagina. This can include the bladder (cystocele), uterus, small intestine (enterocele) or rectum (rectocele). In some cases, there is prolapse of all of these organs, causing a significant vaginal bulge,…