Dr Rebecca Young


Dr Rebecca Young

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Urogynaecology useful links


UGSA Members represent a variety of practitioners including urogynaecology, gynaecology, general practice, urology, physiotherapy and continence nursing. Their website has a Patient Resources section on common topics from an Australian / NZ viewpoint.


Comprehensive list of patient information sheets on urogynaecology conditions, terminology and surgery that are reviewed by members of the IUGA every three years at a minimum.

AGES videos on a range of topics documenting the patient journey and details of various minimally invasive surgeries.


The Continence Foundation of Australia is a not-for-profit organisation and the national peak body for incontinence prevention, management, education, awareness, information and advocacy. Their website provides information, support and resources for individuals, carers and professionals.


Members of the Australasian Menopause Society Limited (AMS) have a special interest in women's health in midlife, menopause and the promotion of healthy ageing. Their website has a consumer information section with fact sheets, videos and self-assessment tools on many topics related to menopause.

Vulval conditions are quite common and most of them can be easily managed. The aim of this booklet is to explain some causes of vulval irritation, how to care for your vulva and also to encourage you to see a doctor or nurse if you have a vulval condition.

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Transvaginal mesh was used in the past for pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence. If you experience symptoms that may be related to your mesh implant, it is important that you have a comprehensive assessment by a team of highly- skilled, specialised clinicians.

This guide is designed to help you discuss the treatment options for complications or removal of transvaginal mesh.

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Vaginal prolapse is common, affecting up to half of adult women. Prolapse is usually not life-threatening, but it can significantly affect your quality of life.

There are different ways that prolapse can be treated. This guide is designed to help you discuss treatment options for vaginal pelvic organ prolapse.

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Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is the leaking of urine during certain activities such as coughing, sneezing, running, or heavy lifting which can be embarrassing and distressing. Your treatment depends on how much it affects you and what you feel you can cope with, as well as your general health.

This guide is designed to help you discuss treatment options for stress urinary incontinence.

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