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Dr. Mathews Attends SGS Meeting

by | April 16th, 2013

Dr. Mathews attends the 39th meeting of the Society of Gynecological Surgeons in Charleston, South Carolina. The SGS meeting, held on April 7th through the 10th, emphasized advanced gynecologic and reconstructive surgical skill with specific focus on pelvic anatomy and vaginal surgery techniques. J. Kyle Mathews, MD Plano Urogynecology

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Dr. Mathews Attends the 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urogynecologic Society in Chicago

by | October 12th, 2012

Dr. Mathews Attends the 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urogynecologic Society in Chicago The Annual Scientific Meeting gathers leader in the field of urogynecology to share best practices, hear the latest scientific advancements, groundbreaking research, and innovative technologies applicable in both surgical and non-surgical settings. This year’s annual meeting was held in Chicago,…Read the Rest of Article

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Dr. Mathews Attends the SGS meeting in San Antonio

by | April 16th, 2011

Dr. Mathews attended the SGS (Society of Gynecologic Surgeons) held in San Antonio Texas April 10th thru 13th. This prestigious meeting emphasized advanced gynecologic and reconstructive surgery techniques with a specific focus on pelvic anatomy and vaginal surgery.

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What is Interstitial Cystitis and What Causes It?

by | July 22nd, 2010

Interstitial Cystitis (IC) or Painful Bladder Syndrome (PBS) is a condition of the urinary bladder associated with pelvic pain, pressure, or discomfort with persistent urge to void in the absence of urinary tract infection. The condition was first given its name in 1887 and has undergone several name changes and diagnostic criteria. Over 33 million Americans are affected by urinary dysfunction making this condition more prevalent than adult onset Diabetes in the U. S.

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20 FOODS TO AVOID FOR YOUR BLADDER

by | July 20th, 2010

Urinary urgency and frequency affects over 33 million Americans. That’s about 1 in 6 adult in the United Stated today. Over Active Bladder (OAB) along with Painful Bladder Syndromes – Interstitial Cystitis, is more common than adult onset Diabetes.

Patients who have these conditions often report worsening symptoms with the intake of certain foods or fluids. The elimination of these foods and beverages often result in significant improvement in symptoms.

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