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What does a female urologist do?

Must be wondering, who is a urologist? Urologists specialize in the treatment of gallbladder, urination, kidney, ureter, urethra, adrenal glands, and the male reproductive system.

Warning signs that you need to see a urologist:

  • Bloody urine

  • Immediate urination urges

  • Pain during urination

  • Leaking urine

  • Pain in back and sides

You need a urologist if you face all these symptoms. Contact us for we have a team of specialized doctors and urologists from the same.

 According to the American Urological Association, there is 9.9 per cent of female urologists in 2019.

Urological problem amongst women is way more common these days, and much more female urologists are required in the medical industry. These female problem doctors are known as “Urogynecologist.” These doctors are gynaecologists with peculiar training in treating bladder-related difficulties and the problems involving the female reproductive system and urinary region. Here’s the list of most common female problems related to urologists:

  • Urinary tract infection:

It is a urinary disease; one feels a burning effect or pain while urinating. Women suffering from this may have a problem holding urine and have frequent urges to go to the washroom.

  • Urinary Incontinence:

Almost all women after the age of 30 years developing it. It consists of:

  1. Overflow of UI

  2. Overactive bladder

  • Fallen bladder:

This condition occurs when the bladder slips into the vagina. It is also known as Bladder prolapse. It is due to the weakness of the wall between the vagina and the bladder. Generally, it occurs after childbirth. But, it can even occur after lifting heavy objects.

  • Urinary stones:

These are the type of stones that are present in the urinary system. This is a common female problem that is seen in females; this might occur again. Stones can be of calcium, oxalate, and phosphorus. In this situation, you need to see a urologist immediately.

  • Sore bladder syndromes:

It is a chronic bladder syndrome; it feels like pain and pressure in the bladder.

  • Pelvic inflammatory:

It is an infection of the female reproductive system. Different bacterias cause it. In this problem, bacteria enter the female vagina and give birth to the infection.

  • Prolapse pelvic organ:

It is a chronic condition when one or more than one organ slips down from the pelvic system to the vagina; it is an ultimate painful condition. Organs can be the bowel, the upper part of the vagina, bladder, or uterus.

  • Cancer:

It occurs when cells that make up the urinary bladder grow out of control. The formation of cancer cells leads to a tumour, and, with time, it spreads to other parts of the body. 

There are many more urological-related problems for women, and you’ll need a female urologist or urogynecologist. We also treat urological problems related to males. Visit RG Hospitals if any such problem arises. 

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