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Urogynecology - Personal & Quality Care for Women in All Phases of Life
Personal & Quality
Care for Women in
All Phases of Life
T L Jenkins MD



Urogynecology offers patients dedicated urological care from their trusted gynecologist

For many years women have been dealing with urology issues; such as incontinence or weak pelvic floor muscles, and don’t know where to turn for help. Dr. Taryll Jenkins knows that these issues can be embarrassing and that many patients may feel uncomfortable turning to a new physician to ask for help. That’s why he’s pleased to offer urogynecology to his patients. Now patients don’t have to seek out a new physician they don’t know or trust. Instead they can turn to the same gynecologist they’ve been working with for many years. Here, Dr. Jenkins discusses the field or urogynecology.

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What is Urogynecology? Urogynecology is a sub-specialty within Obstetrics and Gynecology that is dedicated to the treatment of urology-related issues; such as a weak pelvic floor, urinary incontinence, or vaginal or uterine prolapse.

Who needs to see an urogynecologist? Some of the most common issues and treatments include:
  • Bladder control/incontinence - While urinary incontinence is often joked about – especially by women who have had children, it’s really no laughing matter. The discomfort and embarrassment can lead women to feeling as though they can’t live the life they want to live. Now they don’t have to. Dr. Jenkins offers many surgical and non-surgical procedures to help women manage their incontinence.
  • Nocturia – Do you get up through the night to use the bathroom? While many women blame restroom wakeups on having too much water or other drinks at night. While that could be the case once in a while, if it’s occurring often there may be a medical condition at the root of the problem.
  • Bladder, urinary tract, or yeast infections – Pain while urinating is a clear sign of a problem. Unfortunately, it could be one of several problems and the only way to know for sure is to see a physician for a urinary test. Bladder and urinary tract infections can typically be treated with an antibiotic while yeast infections usually require inserts or special ointment.
For more information about urogynecology and the conditions and treatments it includes, call the office of Jenkins Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine today.

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