Hello, I live in Las Cruces, New Mexico and my fiance is coming from California and she needs a urogynecologist for her muscl spasms. I have tried everything I know to find urogynecologist. Seems every gynecologist or urologist I find, do not know where a urogynecologist is in the area. Can you help me? Thank you for your time
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:How to find a urogynecologistHello, I live in Las Cruces, New Mexico and my fiance is coming from California and she needs a urogynecologist for her muscl spasms. I have tried everything I know to find urogynecologist. Seems every gynecologist or urologist I find, do not know where a urogynecologist is in the area. Can you help me? Thank you for your time
Dear bobo: Las Cruces, NM is a cool place; you are lucky. The best way to find a urogynecologist in your area is to check this link from the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS). It helps patients locate an actual uro-GYN: http://www.voicesforpfd.org/p/cm/ld/fid=81
PS If there is no one in your region, she might be able to see a GYN and be referred to a physical therapist with specialty training in pelvic floor muscle conditions.
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