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Looking to reach out to your social media audience? Here’s some suggested tweets for this week. Simply click the link to generate a tweet to share with your followers. Low Testosterone Increases Women's #UrinaryIncontinence Risk via @renalandurology...


The AUGS journal — Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery — invites new reviewers to participate. Currently, the selected manuscript is: Sexual Satisfaction Changes Reported by Men after their Partners’ Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexies Please...


The POP-Q Interactive Assessment Tool, a flexible application that enables qualified healthcare providers to visually demonstrate pelvic floor exam results to patients, is now available as a mobile app for your iPhone or iPad. Use the new app to enter POP-Q scores, visually...


Want to get involved in AUGS? Apply for one of our many volunteer opportunities and help us shape the future of our Society. Openings include committee members and SIG vice chairs. Physicians, allied health members and fellows are invited to apply by June 16. Visit Volunteer...


Due to the high resistance rate, ampicillin, ciprofloxacin, and the trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole combination should be avoided in treating postmenopausal women affected by UTI without being indicated...

source: BioMed Research International

The study shows the hidden burden of the disease in the community and the associated risk factors, which can be prevented by life style and cultural changes if incorporated earlier in the lives.

source: Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research


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