Women who have certain urologic conditions may require surgical intervention.

Surgery improves women’s lives, treating urinary incontinence issues and pelvic floor dysfunction problems that negatively affect their quality of life.

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Urologic procedures involve the bladder and/or kidneys and the tubes (ureters) connecting the kidneys to the bladder. The most common urologic surgeries relieve incontinence (leaking urine when coughing, laughing) or "fallen" bladder.

After urologic surgery, women are freed from the embarrassing and sometimes painful symptoms that keep them from enjoying life fully. Surgery provides relief from pain during urination and sex, as well as from the embarrassment and irritation of urine leakage and constantly having to find a bathroom.

Surgery for Urologic Conditions Include

  • Incontinence
  • Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome)
  • Kidney stones
  • Growths such as polyps and tumors
  • Ureteral blockages
  • Cystocele (fallen bladder)
  • Blood in the urine
  • Painful urination
  • Painful bladder syndromes
  • Nerve damage to the bladder
  • Other urological disorders

What is minimally invasive urologic surgery?

Minimally invasive urologic surgery is a type of surgery to correct urologic issues with less trauma to the patient. By performing procedures laparoscopically (through small keyhole incisions), robotically, or even through a single-port, our surgeons can get you back on your feet sooner.