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Urogynecology involves the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence and female pelvic floor disorders. Incontinence and pelvic floor problems are remarkably common but many women are reluctant to receive help because of the stigma associated with these conditions. “There is no more distressing lesion than urinary incontinence-A constant dribbling of the repulsive urine soaking the clothes which cling wet and cold to the thighs, making the patient offensive to herself and her family and ostracizing her from society”.

Although countless women are bothered by a loss of bladder control, bowel symptoms, and pelvic discomfort they are often not aware that these problems have a name much less how common they really are. Pelvic floor conditions are more common than hypertension, depression, or diabetes. One in three adult women have hypertension; one in twenty adult women have depression; one in ten adult women have diabetes; and, more than one in two adult women suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction. It is important to contact Dr.Sankar DasMahapatra best urogynecologist in Kolkata for diagonis and treatment of urinary incontinence and female pelvic floor disorders.

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Some conditions treated in urogynecology practice include:




 Female genital prolapse

 Fecal incontinence

 Urinary incontinence

 Interstitial cystitis

 Lichen planus

 Lichen sclerosus

 Müllerian agenesis

 Overactive bladder

 Painful intercourse

 Pelvic organ prolapse


 Rectovaginal fistula

 Recurrent urinary tract infections

 Urinary incontinence

 Urinary retention

 Vaginal agenesis

 Vaginal septum

 Vesicocutaneous fistula

 Vesicouterine fistula

 Vesicovaginal fistula

 Voiding difficulties

Diagnostic tests and procedures performed include:


 Urodynamic testing


Specialty treatments available include:

 Abdominal reconstruction

 Behavioral modification


 Botulinum toxin injection

 Dietary modification

 Fascial grafts

 Laparoscopic reconstruction


 Pelvic floor re-education

 Pessary (for prolapse and incontinence)

 Pubovaginal slings

 Relaxation techniques

 Robotic reconstruction

 Sacral nerve stimulation

 Urethral injections

 Urethral reconstruction

 Urge suppression drills

 Vaginal reconstruction