Incontinence and Ageing
LOSS of urine control or Urinary Incontinence (UI) is especially common in older women but occurs in men as well.
A healthcare facility for pelvic problems
Guna Associates in Urogynecology and Research for intercontinence (GAURI), a centre addressing pelvic floor dysfunctions in Women.
A Walk to Break the Silence
Young people get together on the occasion of World Elder’s Day, walking to raise awareness about incontinence, a common affliction among the aged.
Do you leak urine when you caugh, sheeze or laugh? Experiencing urgency before you go to the bathroom? Bed Wet? Have you uterus falling out?
Social stigma harming women’s health
The female penchant for going to the loo in has often been made fun of. But the practice might just be another reflection of the social stigma associated with anything to do with urology.
Ladies prone to lifestyle aliments
Several working women in the city now face the risk of an embarrassing problem because of the heavy bags that they lung to their workplace every day.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is any invonluntary leakage of urine due to a weakness in the pelvic floor mucles.
Patient gets a 2nd chance at life!
Mrs Mary Josephine was succesfully treated for Vesico Vaginal Fistula at GAURI.
Addressing incontinence in women
Incontinence in women is a common enough problem and yet hardly ever discussed due to the embarrassment associated with it.
A condition that makes even small things embarrassing
Stress Urinary Incontinence is caused by displacement of bladder or weakness of supporting structures.
Treating Delicate Matters
Dr Karthik Gunasekaran from Chennai offers help to women in distress over the condition of incontinence, MRUDU NAIK writes.
Incontinence is fairly common problem but not many know that the patients can be helped if not cured.
Gadget to Check Pelvic Problem
For the first time in the state, Anorectal Manometry, a technology to evaluate faecal incontinence.
Dysfunctions of the pelvis common in Indian women
At least 40 per cent of women, who have a normal delivery could develop urogynaecological disorders lending to altered lifestyles.