Patient Testimonial Series – Prolapse Repair

“Over the years I progressively developed a uterus prolapse with additional complications. I started feeling miserable but because I had other family priorities, the quality of my life was put on hold. Last year due to the symptoms getting worse,

Reconstructive vs. Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery

At Miklos and Moore Urogynecology, we realize that some women seek our expertise out of necessity and others out of a desire to reinvent themselves. Whether you are in need of reconstructive vaginal surgery or cosmetic vaginal surgery, we offer

Quick Quiz – Do I Have Urinary Incontinence?

Many women that experience some urine leakage feel that their symptoms are normal, a part of the aging process, or a consequence of childbirth. As leaders in the field of urogynecology, Drs. Miklos and Moore know that you can live

Learn More About Your Pelvic Floor

Sometimes we take for granted the structures and systems that provide the most support in our lives. It’s easy to enjoy the security these networks provide – no matter what form they come in. But there’s one vital support system

Labiaplasty Recovery

Labiaplasty Recovery – What to Expect

Learn how to care for your incisions after undergoing labiaplasty i.e. labia reduction surgery, and know what to expect while recovering. Labiaplasty surgery is regularly performed as an outpatient procedure. Recovery time after surgery often breaks down as follows: 60-90

Mesh Removal

Complete Retropubic TVT Sling Removal

Failed mesh removal Yale University Hospital. This patient is a 41-year-old woman from Danbury, CT who had a TOT sling (Figure 1) for stress urinary incontinence (2014).  The sling was too tight and she had it revised for incomplete bladder

Figure 5: Mesh Extracted

Failed TOT Mesh Removal by MAYO CLINIC

This patient is a 46-year-old woman from Oregon who had a TOT sling inserted in 2010. (Figure 1) Immediately after surgery, she felt there was something wrong as her vagina felt tight and she could not close her legs. Three months