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As many as one in three women experience a debilitating urologic disease or condition such as kidney or bladder cancer, chronic pelvic pain, overactive bladder or various forms of incontinence. Beaumont offers extensive female urology care, including medical evaluation and treatment for:

When you choose Beaumont, you’ll be treated by experts who offer innovative treatments including specialized physical therapy and advanced, minimally invasive procedures. Our specialists work to ensure you are comfortable and well taken care of.

In addition to the multidisciplinary team at the Women’s Urology and Pelvic Health Center, which offers innovative treatments including specialized physical therapy and advanced, minimally invasive procedures, Beaumont urogynecologists and urologists provide comprehensive care throughout southeast Michigan.

Anatomy of the Female Urinary System

Common Conditions Treated

Interstitial Cystitis, or bladder pain syndrome (BPS)

Interstitial cystitis, also called bladder pain syndrome (BPS), is a chronic bladder condition in which signals from the bladder to the brain are disrupted, preventing normal bladder control and causing a range of bladder and pelvic pain.

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Pelvic Conditions

At Beaumont, we have extensive experience treating pelvic-related disorders that women can suffer, including pelvic pain, pelvic inflammatory disease and pelvic floor dysfunction.

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Uterine Prolapse

A uterine prolapse occurs when the muscles and tissue in your pelvis weaken, providing inadequate support for the uterus. Uterine prolapse can affects women of any age, but often affects women who’ve had one or more vaginal births or are postmenopausal. Nearly half of all women between the ages of 50 and 79 have experienced a uterine prolapse or some other form of pelvic organ prolapse.

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Bladder Control

While many people experiencing bladder control problems feel like it is a normal part of aging, there are treatment options for this medical condition that can help control symptoms and improve quality of life.

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