David Klumpp, PhD, and David T. Uehling, MD, explain the challenges inherent in developing a vaccine for UTI and discuss the status of current research.
Obstetrics-Gynecology & Women's Health
Women with IC symptoms are not getting the diagnosis and treatment they need, despite serious effects on quality of life.
Obesity is associated with hormonal dysfunction and with impaired spermatogenesis. What remains unknown is the causal factor.
Combined male-/female-factor infertility in couples results in the highest costs for treatment compared to male-factor or female-factor infertility only.
This year's AUA annual meeting will bring an important first for interstitial cystitis: AUA will be issuing guidelines for diagnosis and treatment.
Researchers for the Urinary Incontinence Treatment Network found that the minimum important difference for the Urogenital Distress Inventory was –35 to –45 points in patients with urge urinary incontinence.
Studies are revealing a genetic basis for stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse and are showing that the two conditions are more disparate than previously thought.
Plenty of experience fixing complications of pelvic reconstruction and incontinence surgery caused by foreign bodies—mainly grafts and slings—led a group of researchers to make recommendations on how to repair the damage.
A new study has found that between 3.4 and 7.9 million American women age 18 and over have symptoms consistent with IC/PBS.
Treatment for pregnant women who present with renal or ureteral colic may have become easier for physician and patient alike.