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Urogynaecology patient information

The following information comes from reliable sources and may be of help.


Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)

Urinary Incontinence (UI)

Other conditions


Your Pelvic Floor

The International Urogynaecological Association's Your Pelvic Floor website provides a range of alternative patient information leaflets translated into a number of languages:

Your Pelvic Floor - Leaflets


Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapy videos

Our team works closely with the specialist Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapy team.

Women's and Men's Health Physiotherapy video series

You may find their videos useful - especially:

Urogynaecology procedure videos


Gynaecology information leaflets