Lower urinary tract problem tests for women

What is the lower urinary tract?

The lower urinary tract in women involves the bladder and urethra. They are located in the pelvic floor, which provides the essential supports of connective tissue, ligaments and muscles.

In women, a normal bladder will hold 400-500mls of urine is emptied 3-5 times each day.

What are common symptoms of a lower urinary tract problems?

Symptoms may include:

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What treatments are recommended for lower urinary tract problems?

if you suffer from any of these symptoms you should discuss the problem with your doctor. Correct treatment can improve your lifestyle and minimise any other risks associated with this condition.

Urodynamic Study

Thorough investigation including a Urodynamic Study should be undertaken to ge the correct diagnosis and identify the correct treatment. A referral from your treating doctor is necessary for a Urodynamic Study.
Following the study, a comprehensive and confidential report is sent to your referring doctor, suggesting the best plan of treatment for you.

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A referral from your doctor is required to have a Urodynamic Study done.

Your doctor may have our referral forms. If not they can download it from this site. Alternatively you can download one and take it to your doctor to complete.

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