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Preoperative Instructions

Please do not eat or drink ANYTHING after midnight on the night before surgery. On the morning of surgery, you may take your regular medications with a sip of water, unless your doctor or anesthesiologist tells you otherwise. Diabetics and patients on steroids will receive special instructions from their doctor about managing their medications around the time of surgery. The scheduling secretary will tell you what time you should check in through the Admissions Office (usually about two hours before your scheduled time for surgery).

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When Should You Consider Urogynecology Surgery

A urogynecologist is a doctor who is specially trained to treat women with both gynecologic issues as well as problems concerning urology. This medical field of urogynecology did not exist until 2011, so it is a relatively new medical profession. Urogynecologists treat many issues so women only need to see one doctor instead of multiple ones. If you are having issues with any pelvic floor disorders or with incontinence, when should you consider urogynecology surgery?… Continue Reading

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