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Pelvic organ prolapse, when organs in the pelvic cavity drop or slip out of place.
Urinary incontinence or overactive bladder (involuntary urine loss), including stress incontinence (urine leakage associated with activity, such as cough, sneeze, run) and urge incontinence (urine leakage associated with urge).
Interstitial cystitis, or painful bladder syndrome.
Genito-urinary fistulas, which can either be an abnormal connection between the vagina and the urinary tract (a vesico-vaginal fistula) or an abnormal connection between the vagina and the rectum (a rectovaginal fistula).
Hematuria evaluation, or blood in the urine.
Female sexual dysfunction, or care for conditions related to female sexual dysfunction, with treatment options including vaginal laser resurfacing.