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Prof. Mai Ahmed Banakhar

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Neurogenic bladder management

The necessity to urinate every period so that the bladder does not fill completely. Exercise some types of exercise, such as Kegel exercises, some types of drugs that improve the process of muscle contraction in order to ensure that the bladder is completely emptied when urinating. Surgery helps to improve the injury as much as possible.

Urine incontinence

Treating urinary incontinence, or lack of control caused by bladder pressure, includes: Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor. This is one of the best ways to achieve improvement in stress incontinence. The use of a removable pessary.

Voiding dysfunction

There are several reasons and factors that increase the chance of developing difficulty urinating, such as: Urinary tract infection (UTI), where a bacterial infection leads to several symptoms such as high temperature, foul odor of urine in addition to difficulty urinating. Having a sexually transmitted infection, such as genital herpes and gonorrhea.

Urine retention management

Urinary retention is a condition in which the urinary system begins to store urine instead of disposing of it naturally, as a person becomes unable to completely empty their bladder when urinating.

Pelvic reconstructive surgery

Reconstructive surgery can help you restore the shape or function of a part of your body and treat any of these problems.

Sacral neuromodulation therapy, Interstim device implantation

Sacral nerve improvement is a procedure used to treat both men and women from chronic urinary retention, as well as symptoms of an overactive bladder (need
Frequent and urgent urination, with urine leakage, incontinence) that did not respond to medication and physical therapy.

Voiding dysfunction and Urine incontinence post spinal cord injury

Loss of bladder control after a spinal cord injury is a common problem experienced by a large number of SCI patients. The same applies to the intestine, where a spinal cord injury causes the nerves that control bowel function to spasm.

Voiding dysfunction and urine incontinence in spinal bifida patients

Spina bifida is a defect in the spine that appears at birth. The spine encircles and protects the spinal cord. In cases of acute spina bifida, many vertebral bones do not grow completely, and therefore cannot completely surround the spinal cord, so a portion of the spinal cord hangs through the resulting gap in the spine.

Recurrent UTI and interstitial cystitis

Interstitial cystitis is a chronic condition that causes pressure in the bladder, pain in it, and sometimes pelvic pain. Pain ranges from mild discomfort to severe pain.

Peudendal nerve entrapment and neuralgia

The pudendal nerve passes through the gluteal muscles (the buttocks) and into the perineum (think of the perineum as any part of the body that touches the bike seat). Pudendal neuralgia (also known as pudendal neuropathy) is a disorder of the pudendal nerve that can lead to chronic pelvic pain.

Atonic bladder management

For the urinary system to function normally, muscles and nerves must work together to collect urine in the bladder and then excrete it at the appropriate time.

The nerves carry messages from the bladder to the brain, to let them know when a bladder is full.

Management of overactive bladder

The problem of collecting urine in the urinary bladder leads to a sudden urge to urinate. The urge to urinate can be difficult to control, leading to involuntary leakage of urine. The people who suffer from an overactive bladder.

Robotic repair of Uro- genital fistula

A bladder fistula is defined as a hole in the bladder or an abnormal connection between the bladder and any organ close to it. The fistula is often between the bladder and the vagina, or between the bladder and the intestine.

Endo urology and stone treatment

A safe treatment for tomorrow’s kidney stones – Dr. Khaled Habib said that flexible endoscopes and Holmium lasers are a safe solution for treating large kidney stones whose size ranges from one centimeter to more than five centimeters, as they allow stones to be removed without any open surgery.

Female urethral reconstructive surgery

Ureteral obstruction refers to a group of procedures for treating ureteral narrowing or obstruction, to learn more about what is meant by ureteral dilation.


PTNM Stimrouter

PTNM Stimrouter

Happy to announce the successful implantation of Stimrouter system in 7 year old pediatric girl who was complaining for urine and fecal incontinence who is

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