Beginning Friday, 4/1/22, our Sioux Falls office will close at 4 PM on Fridays only (8:00 AM – 4:00 PM). We will remain open from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Our care model is changing to better serve you.
Do you struggle with bladder leaks when you sneeze, cough, exercise, walk, and/or laugh? You may be living with Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), a common condition shared by millions of women. In fact, according to recent studies, one in three women will suffer from SUI at some point in their lives⁶.
Urology Specialists’ own Dr. Lauren Wood Thum recently led a discussion on the symptoms and causes of overactive bladder and fecal incontinence, along with a patient’s treatment options. Dr. Wood specifically focuses on Medtronic’s InterStim and NURO systems, and why these cutting-edge treatments are good options for many patients.
Are you struggling with urinary incontinence? If so, you’re just like millions of people worldwide. But just because it’s common, doesn’t mean it’s normal. Dr. Lauren Wood Thum recently wrote a piece in The Prarie Doc about the importance of seeking treatment for urinary incontinence from a board-certified urologist.
If you have occasional bladder leakage but are too embarrassed to reveal this to your physician, you are not alone. Although this is a very common issue, it is believed that half of women do not report this to their doctor.
Some traits men inherit from family members can be welcome. Others like baldness and risks for developing cancer, not so much. When it comes to prostate cancer how does family history affect your prostate cancer risk?
Going to see a urologist might seem like a big deal, but when it’s time, it’s time. Don’t delay, do not pass go, do not collect … well, you know the rest. In all seriousness, there are some clear red flags that it’s time to see a urologist and here they are.
Ask anyone who has ever passed a kidney stone if they would like to do it again. Chances are, your answer will be an immediate “no!” It can be one of the most painful things, maybe next to childbirth, that a person can endure.
Childbirth is one of the main causes for pelvic floor disorders, and it can become more severe with each birth, especially if the labor was long or difficult. There are many things all women should know about pelvic floor disorders so let’s review them one at a time.