Urogynecology in The Woodlands, TX

Are you experiencing symptoms of pelvic floor disorders such as incontinence? Seeking the expert care of a board-certified urogynecologist could offer significant benefits in managing and treating these conditions. Dr. Gregory Eads, a distinguished urogynecologist at The Women’s Centre for Well Being in The Woodlands, TX, specializes in providing care for female pelvic health issues.

As a board-certified urogynecologist, Dr. Eads offers specialized knowledge and expertise in diagnosing and treating pelvic floor disorders. Whether you’re dealing with incontinence, prolapse, or other urinary conditions, Dr. Eads is dedicated to providing personalized care to your unique needs.

If you are experiencing symptoms of a urogynecology condition and are seeking treatment, contact The Women’s Centre for Well Being to discuss your urinary condition and the treatment options available. To schedule a consultation at our gynecology office in The Woodlands, TX, please call (832) 813-0979 today.

What Is A Urogynecologist?

Whereas a gynecologist is a primary source for a woman’s general health and who specializes in female reproductive health like menstrual and infertility issues and pregnancy, a urogynecologist is more specialized.

A urogynecologist is trained in either urology or gynecology and then continues on to specialize in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery adding seven years of training after medical school. This extra training makes a urogynecologist a specialist in pelvic floor disorders like incontinence, overactive bladder issues, prolapse, fecal leakage, and emptying disorders.

Your regular gynecologist is the best source for your general wellness including labor and delivery, but if you have separate issues like those above, you should visit a urogynecologist specialist like Dr. Gregory Eads.

Benefits Of Seeing A Urogynecologist

If you have pelvic floor disorders, your best choice of care is a urogynecologist. The pelvic floor is a set of muscles, ligaments, and tissues in the lowest part of the pelvis which support female organs like the bowel, bladder, uterus, vagina, and rectum. Problems develop when the muscles become weakened or there are tears in the connective tissues.

Some causes of pelvic floor disorders include the following:

  • Strain on pelvis due to childbirth
  • Repetitive strenuous activity
  • Chronic disease
  • Pelvic surgery
  • Repetitive heavy lifting
  • Tobacco use
  • Genetics or family history
  • Menopause

Problems From Pelvic Floor Damage

A urogynecologist is trained to treat all problems from pelvic floor damage.


These are abnormal holes between the vagina and rectum, the vagina and urethra, and the vagina and the bladder.


This is loss of bladder or bowel control and leakage of urine or feces.


Prolapse is when pelvic organs drop down from lost support. This can occur with the uterus, bladder, vagina or rectum.


Most women with pelvic order issues have pain in the lower back, bladder or urethra.

Overactive Bladder

Symptoms include needing to pee frequently, urgency, and bladder pressure.

Emptying Disorder

This is the inability or difficulty urinating or moving bowels.

A urogynecologist can also perform procedures to correct vaginal mesh complications.

If you have any pelvic floor disorders that need treatment, contact Dr. Eads for an appointment.

Schedule Your Urogynecology Visit at the Women’s Centre for Well Being Today!

Dr. Gregory Eads specializes in the treatment of urogynecology issues and disorders, contact the Women’s Centre for Well Being to get a proper diagnosis of your symptoms. For more information or to begin treatment, call to schedule an exam at our gynecology office in The Woodlands, TX.

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