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Hyderabad: Banjara Hills (Main Branch)   +91 40 6731 3131

Dilsuknagar   +91 40 67976747  Visakhapatnam  +91 891 676 3333



 +91 40 6731 3131


 +91 891 676 3333

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Department of Female Urology

  • Urologic conditions affect both men & women, but women may experience disorders differently. Some urologic conditions, such as Urinary incontinence & urinary tract Infections are more common in women, because the urinary tract is much closer to their genital area than in men. As such, pregnancy, childbirth & sexual intercourse can also play a part in urologic conditions affecting women.
  • The most common issues women experience that are related to the general urinary tract are infections, incontinence and fistulas.
  • UTIs are caused by bacterial infections in the urinary tract causing painful or frequent urination, blood in the urine, cramps or nausea. One woman in five develops a UTI during her lifetime and women are 10 times more likely to have a UTI than men.

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We Specialize In


Urinary incontinence


Overactive bladder


Recurrent urinary tract infections


General Urological Women Problems


Pelvic organ prolapse


What are the types of incontinence female suffering from?

There are 4 types of urinary incontinence.

  • Stress urinary incontinence: - urine leak while coughing, sneezing, laughing or lifting weight is called Stress urinary incontinence.
  • Usually, due to weakness of perineal muscles due to multiple pregnancies, virginal deliveries, obstructed labor SUI starts.
  • So, many females believe its part of ageing & normal phenomena.
  • It can be improved withkegle’s exercise, or medical treatment with Tab. Duloxetine, but the results are suboptimal.
  • SUI mainly treated with surgical treatment with either Prolene mesh or autologous tissue.

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