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A urogynecologist can recommend a variety of therapies to cure or relieve symptoms of prolapse, accidental bowel or bladder leakage, or other pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms. Conservative (non-surgical) or surgical therapy, depending on the patient’s
wishes, condition severity, and general health may be advised.
Conservative options include medications, pelvic floor exercises, behavioral and/or dietary modifications and vaginal devices (also called pessaries). Biofeedback and electric stimulation are two newer treatment modalities that your urogynecologist may
Safe and effective surgical procedures are also utilized by the urogynecologist to treat leakage problems and prolapse. He or she will discuss all of the options that are available to treat your specific problem(s) before you are asked to make a treatment
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