An experienced team
Mayo Clinic doctors trained in female reproductive systems (gynecologists and urogynecologists), urinary systems (urologists) and intestinal systems (colorectal surgeons) provide consultation and comprehensive evaluation and diagnostic testing for women with complex pelvic floor conditions, including vaginal fistulas. Mayo Clinic doctors perform more than 300 fistula repairs each year.
Specialists in women's health
Mayo Clinic researchers seek innovative treatments for many types of gynecologic problems, including vaginal fistula. The Women's Health Research Center at Mayo Clinic focuses on understanding and improving the health of women of all ages.
Learn more about Mayo Clinic's Colon and Rectal Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Urology departments' expertise and rankings.
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