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University of Colorado Urogynecology
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#TBT to when Dr. Connell was featured in Yale News to discuss the correlation between post-pregnancy BMI and pelvic organ prolapse:
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Expert surgeons, excellent options. Learn more about the services that we offer to our patients:
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From Granny’s old fashioned tips to making low-acid coffee, our Recipes for Your Bladder board is totally good for you. Happy Pinning:
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Sorry diamonds, Kegels are a girl’s best friend. Our Kegel Corner encourages and invites women to join the pelvic floor health conversation. Check it out:
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Pregnant? Dr. Guess has some pelvic floor exercises for you to try in order to reduce chances of developing overactive bladder (OAB) after giving birth:
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Slings vs. Mesh? If you wonder whether or not these methods of providing support for pelvic organs are safe & if they might be right for you, you’re not alone.
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Suffering from pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or urinary incontinence? Surgery is not the only option. Pessaries are a non-surgical option that can dramatically improve symptoms:
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Obesity can affect many aspects of a woman's life, even her pelvic health. Learn about how to manage and prevent it:
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