While it may sound downright scary, perineal lacerations, also known as vaginal tearing, can be very common, affecting 53-79% of women. The majority of lacerations are minor overall.
The pelvic floor muscles may be the most neglected and least thought about. But they are one of the most important muscle groups in our bodies, supporting bladder, bowel, and...
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There is a single vaginal rejuvenation procedure, and it promises to tighten the vagina, stop incontinence, eliminate vaginal dryness, and more. But what are the facts?
Childbirth, aging, injury, weight gain, or even genetics can cause urinary leakage (or female incontinence). So, what's a woman to do? Read these tips from our urogynecology specialists.
There is a lot of advice available for women when it comes to maintaining a healthy vagina.
Relaxing the mind may be powerful when it comes to reducing bladder urge issues, according to a new study completed at the University of Utah.
Study of long-term outcomes for sacrocolpopexy reveals that many women develop recurrence or urinary incontinence
Chief expert in infectious diseases at the University of Utah publishes commentary on recent influenza outbreak in China, and what steps to take to understand and prepare for the effects...