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When should I see a urogynecologist?

Dr. Kevin D. Benson, MD
Gynecologist

Urogynecology combines urology with gynecology—a perfect sub-specialty if you're a woman suffering from leaking urine or stool, a bulge when you wipe or pain during sex, explains Dr. Kevin Benson of Sanford Health. Watch the video to learn more about urogynecology.

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