Urogynecologist in Dubai


It is embarrassing for women to talk about prolapse and urine incontinence issues. Evidence indicates that a woman may wait up to five years before seeking treatment for these issues. Urogynaecology is a subspecialty of gynecology and urology that deals with female bladder problems. Urogynecologists can also help women who have suffered injuries to their perineum after childbirth.

Our urogynecologist in DubaiDr. Mustafa Aldam, has years of expertise dealing with these delicate matters. He gives thoughtful, individualized care that is holistic in nature. His team consists of specialists with advanced training in treating pelvic floor dysfunction.

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What does a Urogynecologist do?

Urogynecologists deal with urinary incontinence and problems related to bladder, and pelvis. This involves troubles with reproduction, weak pelvic muscles, hyperactive bladders, and urinary or rectal incontinence (the loss of control when going to the bathroom). Urogynecologists assess patients, make diagnoses, and administer treatments.

What is urinary continence?

Unintentional or involuntary urination is a widespread issue called urinary incontinence that affects millions of individuals worldwide.

What are the causes of urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is typically brought on by injury to or deterioration of the urination-controlling muscles, such as the pelvic floor muscles or urethral sphincter. In contrast, overactive detrusor muscles in charge of bladder control frequently cause urge incontinence.

Your risk of getting urine incontinence may be increased by certain factors, such as:

What are the types and symptoms of urinary incontinence?

Depending on the type of incontinence, your symptoms may vary. The following types, or a combination of both, are the most prevalent:

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What to expect regarding urinary incontinence treatment in Dubai?

The troubles you’re experiencing, and their root cause will determine your therapy strategy. Typical therapies include:


Some incontinence problems require medication, though not all of them do. Similarly, other pelvic floor disorders may also benefit from drug therapy.


"Bulking agents" can help with incontinence and other bladder control concerns. For this, you need not go elsewhere as our urogynecologist is qualified enough to do in-office or outpatient injection procedures under local anesthetic.

Nerve stimulation

Nerve stimulation therapies are helpful for overactive bladders, much like acupuncture.

Pelvic floor muscle training

Kegel exercises can help with problems like prolapse. Kegel exercises involve squeezing and relaxing the muscles within the pelvic floor. These exercises can lessen more severe prolapse symptoms but won't cure them.

Pelvic Pessary

If you have organ prolapse difficulties, a urogynecologist can help pessaries and medical devices into the vagina to support your organs. Pessaries are soft, removable devices that can be found in various sizes and forms. You can get one fitted at your doctor's office during a visit. They can be taken off to be cleaned.

Surgical treatments

Our urogynecologist, in some cases, might also advise surgery. These consist of: Fixing the vaginal wall Installations of bladders Uterus removal Bladder control surgery

What other urinary conditions does our urogynecologist treat?

Depending on the type of incontinence, your symptoms may vary. The following types, or a combination of both, are the most prevalent:

When should you visit a urogynecologist?

A urogynecologist may be a good choice if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

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Why choose Dr. Mustafa Aldam as your urogynecologist in Dubai?

Dr. Mustafa Aldam is a veteran in this field and handles every case with utmost care. He thoroughly reviews your medical history and the bladder or pelvic floor. He will also want to know how these symptoms affect your quality of life.

He then examines the muscles, ligaments, connective tissues, nerves, and organs within the pelvis to determine the cause of your problems. Following a diagnosis, he works with you to develop a treatment strategy to help you feel better.

Schedule your appointment to discuss your urinary incontinence issues.