Every woman has unique health and wellness needs during all phases of life. As you age, several medical conditions may cause concern, including urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. Drs. Rahul Mehan and Harpreet Wadhwa, alongside their compassionate medical team at East Valley Urology Center in Mesa, Arizona, provide the highest-quality women’s health care services to enhance your life and improve your health. Schedule a consultation today online or by phone.
The specially trained and highly experienced staff at East Valley Urology (EVU) Center offer healthcare to women with a variety of urological conditions:
Hematuria means there’s blood in your urine. The blood can be pink, red, or reddish-brown and indicates the presence of red blood cells. Typically, you don’t experience pain unless you pass large blood clots.
Urine blood doesn’t immediately signify a severe medical condition. However, it's essential to have your urine tested so your doctor can determine where the blood originates. Common causes of hematuria include:
If an infection is present, you may receive a prescription for antibiotics or other medications. When the blood is concurrent with a medical condition, the doctor may discuss other treatment options with you, including surgery.
The muscles of the pelvic floor hold your bladder in place. As you age or after childbirth, these muscles stretch and weaken. The support for your pelvic organs also weakens, causing your bladder to sag into the opening of your vagina.
Pelvic organ prolapse may cause the following symptoms:
You may need one or more therapies to correct pelvic organ prolapse:
Several surgical options for pelvic prolapse are available at EVU Center. Your doctor reviews your medical information to determine the best option.
An overactive bladder is a condition where you feel the sudden need to urinate. In some cases, it’s difficult getting to the bathroom in time before leaks occur. The underlying causes of an overactive bladder may include:
An overactive bladder can disrupt your life and makes it difficult to go anywhere without a bathroom nearby.
The right course of treatment to reduce your urinary frequency and incontinence may include:
Book an appointment online or by phone to learn more about women’s urological healthcare options.