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Urogynecology

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Do you suffer from urinary incontinence and prolapse? You are not alone. Up to one-third of all women have this condition, and half of all women over the age of 50 experience some degree of pelvic floor disorder.

Fortunately, Billings Clinic has the only urogynecologist in Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota who can treat urinary incontinence and other conditions. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Craig Mayr to better understand your diagnosis and treatment options.

Conditions Treated by a Urogynecologist

Types of Treatment

  • Botox injections
  • Cystoscopy
  • Non-invasive treatment
  • Minimally invasive surgery
  • Sacral Neuromodulation or InterStim

Questions and Answers

Q:  How do I know if I need treatment for urinary incontinence?

 If you have a frequent need to urinate or if you leak urine during normal activities, you should see your doctor. 

Q: What causes urinary incontinence?

Childbirth, aging, menopause, and other health conditions contribute to or cause bladder control problems. 

Q: Can bladder incontinence be cured?

The type of treatment you receive depends on your condition, but bladder control problems can be cured.

Additional Resources

National Association for Continence

American Urogynecologic Society

Association for Pelvic Organ Prolapse Support

                                       

Schedule an Appointment

For an appointment with Dr. Mayr, Urogynecologist, call:

406-238-2501 or 800-332-7156

Do you have health questions?

The registered nurses at HealthLine are available 24/7.

406-255-8400 or 800-252-1246

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