Urogynecology Blog


Pelvic Floor Exercises During Pregnancy

If you are pregnant or looking to get pregnant, start pelvic floor exercises now for an easier labor and to reduce the chance of overactive bladder symptoms after birth.


Try PTNS for Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) can calm overactive bladder (OAB) – and other urinary issues – with electrical stimulation, helping you avoid surgery.

Vaginal Sling vs. Mesh

Sling vs. Mesh: What You Need to Know

Just because you hear the word “mesh” doesn’t mean it’s the transvaginal type and harmful to your body. In fact, CU Urogynecology often recommends mesh as part of a sling treatment, for both incontinence and prolapse conditions. Key differences will help you determine the safest and best treatment.

Marijuana for OAB | CU Urogyencology

Can Cannabis Help Overactive Bladder? Maybe.

Scientific evidence on the specific medial benefits of marijuana is beginning to bulk up, which is good since marijuana is legal in Colorado. New studies indicate cannabinoids can help women with overactive bladder (OAB).