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Pelvic floor disorders

Pelvic floor disorders occur when the pelvic floor muscles become loose leading to urinary symptoms
Why us for pelvic floor disorders?
Why us for pelvic floor disorders?
Team of internationally accredited gynaecologists
In-house physiotherapy centre
Latest minimally invasive procedures
Expertise in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders
State-of-the-art modular theatres

At the department of gynaecology, we offer personalised care and treatment plan to women suffering from pelvic floor disorders. We have a high-end team of gynaecologists who are renowned internationally for their clinical expertise. Our gynaecological team works in close collaboration with our physical therapists to offer you medicinal treatment as well as exercise regimes for long-term health.

Our gynaecology specialists
Our gynaecology specialists

Symptoms of pelvic floor disorder

  • Increased urge to urinate
  • Increased frequency for urination
  • Inability to control bowel movement
  • Constipation
  • Pain during intercourse
  • Pain or pressure in the vagina
  • Muscle spasms
  • Discomfort
Causes of pelvic floor disorder

  • Childbirth and labour
  • Ageing
  • Heavy lifting
  • Straining
  • Congenitally weak tissues
  • Prior surgery
  • Obesity
  • Menopause
Treatment for pelvic floor disorders

Your treatment protocol largely depends upon the reason why you have pelvic floor dysfunction. Your gynaecologist will take into consideration factors like the severity of your symptoms, your overall health and your age while making your treatment plan. 
Common treatment alternatives include:
Pelvic floor exercises – You will be taught a variety of exercises to help restore the strength of your pelvis. Your healthcare provider will also train you to cope with your symptoms such as ways to avoid pushing while urinating. 
Medicinal treatment – Certain medicines are prescribed to help restore pelvic function. Your gynaecologist will first aim to alleviate your symptoms and then treat the root cause of your condition. 
In most cases, a combination of the above-given treatments is offered to patients for the best possible outcomes.

Patient testimonials
Patient testimonials

FAQs
FAQs

A pelvic organ prolapse may feel like a heavy bulge in your lower abdomen.

Common causes include childbirth, labour and ageing.

Common pelvic floor issues are pelvic organ prolapse, faecal incontinence and urinary incontinence.