Urology is the medical and surgical specialty that involves diagnosing and treating disorders of the urinary system and adrenal glands in both males and females, as well as the genitals in men. The urinary tract is important because it filters the blood and stores and processes urine. The adrenal glands produce critical hormones. A urology specialist is called a urologist.
Urologists have expertise in many areas beyond the urinary tract. They can deal with issues that affect the internal organs, and female sex organs, too. This is because urinary tract issues often affect other parts of the body.
If you’re a woman, you might need to see a urologist if you have signs that your pelvic floor muscles are weakening. Signs can include pain during intercourse, a “bulging” feeling in your vagina, or discomfort when you sit down.
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