What to Expect from Urogynecology Surgery

Arizona Urogynecology strives to make your surgery a pleasant and comfortable experience, with no worries. The steps involved are outlined below in general terms. Arizona Urogynecology’s office staff will discuss any specific instructions or considerations with you.

Preparing for Surgery

Your physician may ask for a routine pre-operative EKG, blood tests, or a chest x-ray before surgery.

Before Surgery

You will meet with your physician before surgery to discuss the description of your surgical procedure and its benefits and risks, postoperative expectations, and answer any questions you may have. A physician will also look at the results of the tests that were carried out before your surgery and discuss any preoperative instructions.

The Day of Surgery

Before your surgery, the office surgery scheduler will notify you of the hospital check-in time. You will check-in to hospital admissions and see the anesthesia team for an interview before signing the consent forms for the procedure.

After Surgery

In a lot of instances, depending on the surgical procedure you will be having, you can go home on the same day of the surgery or stay overnight. Arizona Urogynecology will give you a detailed post-operative instruction sheet. A physician will be on call 24/7 if you have any problems or concerns.

What can be Expected?

We ensure you are comfortable and confident during your first visit to Arizona Urogynecology and Pelvic Health Center. To make things easier, we provide all your intake forms online (see the Forms and Information tab). Please print and fill in all the intake forms before visiting. This will ensure the intake process is much more efficient.

We offer several conveniences to patients, including:

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About AZ Urogynecology and Pelvic Health Center

The AZ Urogynecology and Pelvic Health Center is devoted exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of all urogynecologic, pelvic floor disorders and complex gynecologic problems.

They offer a wide array of advanced diagnostic tools and specialized treatment options.


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Last updated: Oct 21, 2019 at 5:16 AM

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