20 September 2017

Womens Issues | Bladder Disorders | GYN

Doctor Hinson takes great pride in providing quality healthcare in a patient-focused, friendly environment.  Dr Hinson specializes in the the diagnosis and treatment of routine gynecological conditions and bladders disorders. Call today to set up an appointment for immediate relief.

Dr Hinson recommends that you recognizes the warning signs and symptoms of a bladder control problem. Know when you should seek her help and how you can get the most out of your visit with her. 

Talking about bladder control problems is difficult. Many women live with bladder control problems for years before finally seeking treatment. You may be too shy or too ashamed to talk about these types of problems, but rest assure that Dr Hinson is in your corner, and its very easy to talk with her about anything. If you have experienced bladder control problems, don't let embarrassment keep you from getting the help you need.

Bladder infection, cystocele and urinary incontinence are among the most frequent bladder disorders that affect women.

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence: the involuntary passage of urine that affects millions of women. Nearly 40 percent of women age 60 and older experience some degree of urinary incontinence. Pelvic muscle weakness proves the most common cause of female urinary incontinence.

Urine leakage typically occurs when the pressure inside the abdomen and pelvis increases, such as with coughing, sneezing, laughing or straining. Exercises to increase pelvic muscle strength can help alleviate this form of urinary incontinence.

Overactive bladder: characterized by frequent muscle spasms of the bladder, also causes urinary incontinence. Ten to fifteen percent of adult women in the United States experience symptoms of overactive bladder, many of whom have frequent episodes of urinary incontinence.

4 Types of Urinary Incontinence

When you can't control the release of your urine, you have urinary incontinence. For some the problem can be as minor as the rare dribble, for others as problematic as wetting your clothes.

  • Stress incontinence - is that little leak that happens when you cough, laugh, sneeze.
  • Urge incontinence - the urgent need to go, followed by an involuntary loss of urine.
  • Mixed incontinence - means you have more than one type of incontinence, with stress and urge incontinence being the typical mix.
  • Overflow incontinence - If you can't empty your bladder every time you go to the bathroom and experience a frequent or constant dribbling of urine, you have overflow incontinence.

Why Choose Dr. Hinson

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Passionate about her vision. Treating women as people, respecting their value as females, and as people.

25 years of OB/GYN experience, acting as the only doctor for most of her patients , treating other medical needs as well.

Emphasizes a partnership with the patient in her health care, strongly advocating her responsibility in her health.

Focused, nonjudgemental listener, effective communicator and educator.

Considers the patient's overall health, mental state, and social issues as possible factors contributing to her present problems.

Considers the female body as a whole, not just the pelvic region.

Committed to staying current with changing guidelines and treatment options.

Continuously updating skills with emphasis on minimally invasive and in-office procedures.

More About Dr. Hinson

For 25 years Dr. Joanne S. Hinson has provided compassionate healthcare to the women of Salt Lake City, Utah and beyond. From puberty to menopause, Dr Hinson provides the best personalized GYN services… caring for the whole woman.

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