Pelvic Pain Procrastination – Get Help Now!

The new year is upon us – and with it, we scramble to accomplish all of the tasks we thought we’d get to in the past year. We have many new year resolutions.

Does this describe you? If so, you are certainly not alone. And if it describes your approach to seeking help for your pelvic health, then you may be among thousands of woman who are experiencing pelvic health procrastination. But you don’t have to remain part of the procrastination movement! You can get help and we want to give you the tools you need to move on.

Why Woman Procrastinate When It Comes to Pelvic Health

It seems like anything affecting your health should be given priority, and yet matters of pelvic health often get put on the back burner. This is especially concerning since pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, chronic pelvic pain, and pain with intercourse (among other conditions) can affect your voiding frequency, intimacy, and the ability to maintain a normal routine in life.

So why do some women procrastinate? Often it deals with embarrassment. It can be hard to imagine describing problems of such a personal nature to a doctor, but it’s important to remember that there are experts who are specially trained to help you with your pelvic problems. Dr. Zipper and Dr. Raders of Zipper Urogynecology are both board certified Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgeons that have made it their personal goal to help women like you experience relief from a variety of pelvic health conditions.

Procrastinating because of embarrassment is only compounding your pelvic health problems. If this describes you, then we have an important message for you: Pelvic health problems are not uncommon and there are many safe and effective treatments! There is no reason to feel embarrassed over pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain, pain with intercourse, incontinence, or an overactive bladder.

How to Stop Procrastinating and Get Help

If you’re wondering how you can get help for your pelvic health problems, we can provide you some encouragement. Here are four points to push you forward in your quest to find assistance for pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, overactive bladder, and more:

  1. Problems of pelvic health are normal and can often be treated with a high rate of success.
  2. Pelvic health problems can hold you back from doing what you enjoy in life, with those you love. Don’t let pelvic problems dictate your plans in the future.
  3. Help may be closer than you think – Zipper Urogynecology has offices in Melbourne and Vero Beach, and we treat patients from all over the world. Make an appointment, then drive over to see us or catch a flight.

Get Help Now

As 2017 has begun, it’s a time to reflect on all you have accomplished last year – and what things may have gotten pushed aside. If getting help for your pelvic health is on the ‘I did it!’ list, than that’s great news! If it’s on the ‘I wish I would’ve…’ list, then now is the time to make plans to get help for your pelvic health.

At Zipper Urogynecology, we’re happy to be able to look back on a year filled with helping women who faced many of the same pelvic health issues you may be dealing with. Many of these women have found health, happiness, and independence they may have been missing for months or even years!

Do you want to be among those who conquer their pelvic health problems? Then the time to act is now. There is no reason to live with pain with intercourse (dyspareunia),  overactive bladder disease, urinary incontinence, and pelvic pain. It’s never wise to put off any matter of health, and your pelvic health is no exception. Don’t let pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, overactive bladder or bowels, chronic pelvic pain, vaginal relaxation, or any other discomfort related to your pelvic health go unresolved. Make an appointment at Zipper Urogynecology today and put an end to pelvic health procrastination for good!