Posts Categorized: Urinary Incontinence

Do You Suffer from Stress Urinary Incontinence? Read this blog! Denver, CO

Women who were treated surgically for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) not only reported an improvement in their SUI symptoms, but they also gained improvement in their sexual function, according to a new study presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons. While researchers aren’t exactly sure why women experienced sexual improvement, this… Read more »

VR Stands for Vaginal Rejuvenation! Denver, CO

The tech world wants you to think that “VR” stands for “virtual reality.” But in the aesthetic world, the letters “VR” mean one thing only—vaginal rejuvenation! That’s according to the latest issue of NewBeauty magazine, the cosmetic industry’s leading authority on aesthetic trends and industry standards. Are you intrigued by VR, but not exactly sure… Read more »

Setting the Record Straight Regarding Gynecological Mesh

Recently, the television news program “60 Minutes” aired a segment that I can only refer to as irresponsible and one-sided. The story claimed that the use of gynecological mesh for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse can inflict “life-altering pain and injury,” focusing solely on reports from a recent lawsuit against… Read more »

Not Just Any Doctor Will Do… You Need a Specialist! Denver, CO

You wouldn’t ask a podiatrist to perform your mammogram. And your dentist probably isn’t your first choice for an endoscopy. While these examples are a bit extreme, they illustrate the vital need for health care specialists—doctors who devote their lives to mastering a specific set of skills. Dr. Oscar A. Aguirre is one such doctor…. Read more »

Incontinence: How It Can Affect You and How You Can Fix It

Urinary incontinence affects more than 38% of women in the United States. Women can experience various types of incontinence that result in urinary leakage, often affecting their social and sexual lives. While the cause of incontinence can vary with each woman, the most common cause is weak bladder muscles as a result of the natural… Read more »