Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery in the Portsmouth, VA, Area

Life can be uncomfortable if you experience symptoms like urine leakage and frequent urination. Perhaps you've tried treatments such as dietary changes, medications, or bladder training. But if these treatments haven't given you the results you want, pelvic reconstructive surgery may be your best option. At Western Branch Center for Women, Dr. Bunan Alnaif and her caring staff offer advanced surgical techniques. Come to our Chesapeake, VA office to discuss your surgical options.

Are You a Good Candidate for Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery?

If you experience any of the following recurring symptoms, you might benefit from surgery:
  • Urine leakage
  • Frequent need to urinate (more than every 2 hours)
  • Powerful need to urinate
  • Stool or gas leakage
  • Constipation
These symptoms can complicate daily living by interrupting work and social situations. You might even disrupt your sleep by getting up frequently to urinate.

If you struggle with these symptoms, meet with Dr. Alnaif in Chesapeake, VA. She can determine whether pelvic reconstructive surgery is the right choice for you.


Surgery at Our Clinic

If you are a good candidate for surgery, Dr. Alnaif and her staff will decide on the best procedure for your condition. Dr. Alnaif will explain the procedure, including how to prepare for it and how to promote recovery.

Your surgery will be as minimally invasive as possible. It may involve laparoscopy, where the doctor inserts an instrument through your abdominal wall. It could also be robotic surgery, where the surgeon controls a robotic arm.

You can count on Dr. Alnaif's commitment to provide the most medically advanced surgeries. She is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology and in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Yet you can also rely on her commitment to your comfort and health. Dr. Alnaif has received awards recognizing her compassionate care.

Call our Chesapeake, VA clinic today for an appointment to discuss pelvic reconstructive surgery.