Female Urology

The Hong Kong Urology Clinic provides diagnostic tests and treatment for women with the following conditions:

  1. Urinary incontinence (involuntary leakage of urine)
  2. Overactive bladder (passing urine too frequently and unable to control the urge to pass urine)
  3. Voiding difficulty
  4. Recurrent urinary tract infection
  5. Pelvic organ prolapse (mass protruding out from the vagina)
  6. Nocturia
  7. Other urinary problems: bed wetting, blood in urine

At the Hong Kong Urology Clinic, the following tests may be required after your consultation with the urologists.

  1. Urinalysis: to look for presence of protein, sugar, blood and white blood cells in the urine.
  2. Urine for culture and sensitivity: to look for organism that causes infection of the urinary tract.
  3. Pad test: to confirm any leakage and to quantify the amount of urine loss.
  4. Flow rate study: patient is asked to pass urine on a container and the speed of the urine flow will be measured.
  5. Ultrasound scan of the kidneys and bladder: to assess any abnormality in the kidneys and bladder and also to measure the residual urine in the bladder after micturition.
  6. Urodynamic Study: to assess the storage capacity of the bladder and also to delineate the cause of incontinence. During the study, two fine tubes are inserted into the bladder-one for filling the bladder and one for recording the bladder pressure. A third tube is inserted into the rectum to record the abdominal pressure.