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You probably take urinating regularly for granted unless you feel pain, pressure, difficulty urinating, or notice discomfort after sex. Your urinary tract is much closer to your genital area than in men, putting you at increased risk for infections and other problems.This section deals with urology problems found in women.

Female Urology Anatomy and External Sexual Anatomy
Do you ever wonder what female urology anatomy and external sexual anatomy looks like. Take a tour.

Interstitial Cystitis - Definition, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Do you ever think feel like you have chronic pain in or near your bladder? You could be suffering from interstitial cystititis (IC), also known as painful bladder syndrome (PBS).

Chronic Urinary Tract Infections and Sex
This article describes the relationship between chronic urinary tract infections and sex. It also addresses ways to reduce your risk.

What Is Female Sexual Dysfunction?
This article addresses the types of female sexual dysfunction and where to go for help.

Is Our Sexual Function Being Overmedicalized?
With the marketing success of Viagra and other ED medications, many women are questioning whether female sexual dysfunction is an attempt to medicalize normal sexual function. Learn about what research and development is going on in the female sexual "dysfunction" field.

Surgeries for Female Stress Incontinence
In bothersome cases of stress incontinence, usually in postmenopausal women, surgery is often the last resort for helping control stress incontinence. Learn about the types of surgeries and what to expect after undergoing them.

Female incontinence
Female incontinence, overactive bladder, urinary leakage

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