Female Urology in Hyderabad

Welcome to the realm of Female Urology in Hyderabad, a specialized branch of urology dedicated to diagnosing and treating urinary tract diseases in women. Our skilled female urologists at Citizens Specialty Hospital focus on managing conditions such as overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, and pelvic organ prolapse, along with other common urological concerns.

Patients experiencing symptoms like increased urination frequency, cloudy urine, recurrent urinary tract infections, blood in urine, urinary leakage, or abdominal pain are encouraged to seek consultation with our expert team in Female Urology in Hyderabad. At Citizens Specialty Hospital, we are committed to delivering precise medical procedures and treatments to address the unique urological health needs of women.

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Diseases and conditions

  • Stress Incontinence: Stress incontinence is characterized by urine leakage during exercise, laughing, sneezing, coughing, lifting heavy objects, and performing certain activities that develop pressure in the bladder. In women, this condition occurs because of nerve and tissue damage that results in weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, or the sphincter.

Procedures and treatments

  • Medical Management of Stress Continence: Currently, no medications are approved specifically for treating stress incontinence in women. Estrogen replacement therapy did not show any efficacy in managing stress incontinence. Further, vaginal estrogen formulations can lower recurrent urinary tract infections, but their efficacy in managing stress incontinence is not proven; however, they may strengthen the vaginal tissues and muscles after menopause. There are other non-surgical management options for stress incontinence in women. Pelvic floor exercises and bladder retraining are the two most common and usually first-line treatment options. The doctor may also recommend neuromodulating devices like posterior tibial nerve stimulators in patients for whom behavioral therapy is ineffective.
  • Surgical Management of Stress Incontinence: Minimally invasive procedures are performed in patients who do not respond to non-invasive procedures. Minimally invasive procedures include the injection of periurethral bulking agents and radiofrequency denaturation of the urethra. The urologists reserve surgeries for those women for whom minimally invasive procedures cannot provide relief from urinary incontinence symptoms. The surgical procedures include urethropexy and sling procedures.