Preparing for Surgery
Our fellowship-trained, double board-certified urogynecologists are experts at pelvic floor reconstruction and regularly treat our patients by performing life-changing surgery.
We understand that having surgery, even a planned one, can be a cause of stress and anxiety for most of our patients. One of the best ways to help keep stress at bay is to familiarize yourself with the surgical process and recovery time in advance. This will allow you ample time to plan and will help you feel well-prepared when your surgery date arrives, and help you get back to your normal activities quicker.
The CU urogynecologists understand the importance of post-operative care. The FAQ provides information and recommendations that support patients in recovering as quickly as possible after pelvic floor reconstruction surgery.
Having surgery tends to cause stress and anxiety among most of CU Urogynecology's patients. Pre op instructions and information help patients become familiar with the surgical process and recovery time in advance, reducing the stress of surgery.
Surgery and recovery information for our urogynecology patients. Topics include pelvic organ prolapse, ligament suspension, UTIs, vaginal surgery and more.