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Genitourinary Conditions

We see a number of patients presenting with urinary conditions such as mild prolapses, irritable bladders and reurrent infection.  Sometimes the more serious of these cases are very difficult to treat but often there is an initial period whereby the symptoms start but can be more easily reversed.  For example, a patient presents with a recurrent infection,either urinary or trhush, and, if treated early enough and before their immunity is decreased, the cycle of recurrent infection can be broken.

Another condition we see alot of is prolapse.  If severe a prolapse will have to be treated surgically but if treated in the early stages excercises and other techniques can be used to treat the patient and help reverse the symptoms.  Sometimes a prolapse is a consequence of ageing.  As with all degenerative and ageing conditions, we encourage the patient to try and be mindful of the symptoms as they develop and seek treatment before something minor becomes somthing more serious.