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Urologic Dysfunction After Menopause (cont.)

Questions to Ask the Doctor

Women who are struggling with bladder control problems or bladder prolapse may want to consider seeing a urologist or a urogynecologist (a doctor who specializes in the female urinary tract). Questions women may want to ask include the following:

  • How often do you treat this problem in other patients?
  • What nonsurgical treatments are available, and how successful are these therapies?
  • How many of your patients improve with surgery?
  • What can I do to maximize my improvement with this condition?
  • Are there lifestyle or dietary changes that you would recommend?

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