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VISION AND MISSION
Interstitial Cystitis Elimination Diet
Treating hot flushes
Invitaciones a Congresos
Stress urinary incontinence (Urine Loss when coughing, laughing, sneezing or making any exercise or activity).
Urge urinary incontinence (Urine loss after an intense and urgent feeling of urinating).
Urinary urgency without urine loss.
Increase in urinary frequency (patient urinates more often than the usual).
Overactive bladder (feeling a urinary urgency, with an increase in urinary frequency and presence or not of nocturia, waking up in the middle of the night to urinate).
Bladder dysfunction (problems or difficulty to empty the bladder)
Prolapse of genital organs.
Cystocele (bladder descent or herniation through the vagina)
Uterine prolapse (Uterus descent to the vagina)
Prolapse of vaginal vault (descent of the upper part of the vagina)
Rectocele (rectum descent or hernia through the vagina)
Enterocele (descent or herniation of the small bowel to the vagina)
Recurrent urinary tract infections
Pain during sexual intercourse
Chronic pelvic pain
Interstitial cystitis (swelling of the bladder)
Fistula (abnormal connection between the vagina and the bladder, urethra or rectum)
Urethral diverticulum (abnormal mass in the urethra)
Fecal incontinence (loss of evacuation control)
General gynecology control
Pelvic and transvaginal ultrasound
Treatment for menopause (hormone replacement therapy)
Abnormal uterine bleedings