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Cancer; Plastic Surgery; Women's Health

New breast reconstruction approach delivers efficiency, natural results for cancer patients

DIEP flap breast reconstruction uses your own tissue to provide a natural look and feel after cancer. See how UT Southwestern has reduced operating time by half to provide a better, more efficient patient experience.

Women's Health; Your Pregnancy Matters

Tips to prevent involuntary urine leakage (incontinence) during and after pregnancy

Urinary incontinence is common during and after pregnancy. In this week's Your Pregnancy Matters blog, get tips to prevent or reduce leaking issues.

Women's Health

Urinary incontinence is not ‘normal’ – but it is treatable

Many women experience urinary incontinence after childbirth or because of aging. The topic can be difficult for women to talk about, but the condition, while not normal, is very treatable.

Women's Health

Application of a simple cream might reduce recurrence of pelvic floor dysfunction symptoms

Traditional repairs correcting pelvic organ prolapse have too often weakened over time and required revisional surgery. Based on promising initial data from a pilot study, we are studying whether the simple addition of vaginal estrogen might reduce the need for additional procedures in postmenopausal women.

Prevention; Women's Health

Müllerian anomalies: How to spot and treat an irregularly shaped or missing uterus or cervix

The uterus is normally the size of a pear and the inner cavity is triangle-shaped. However, women with müllerian anomalies can have a uterus and cervix that are abnormally shaped or missing completely. Discover what problems these anomalies can create and what treatments are available.