Urodynamics, an advanced functional urology test, allows doctors to better understand the pressures generated in the bladder and pelvic floor. This series of assessments is performed together and contributes to a more certain and accurate diagnosis of the underlying condition.

During a urodynamic study, catheters are used to link the urine channel and motion route to a machine in order to analyse the pressure inside these cavities and establish how well the urinary system is performing.

It takes 30 minutes to an hour to complete. The origin and degree of functional impairments can be determined following the test, and appropriate action can be done.

What circumstances is this test conducted in?

Urodynamics testing is typically recommended when

  • Abnormal urine patterns that demonstrate overuse of the abdominal muscles
  • Constipation, back pain, and recurring urinary obstruction
  • Difficulty to pass urine despite surgery for a severe block
  • Urinary incontinence along with back or spine issues
How long is the urodynamics test going to last?

The urodynamics test lasts about an hour and examines the entire process of bladder filling and emptying to determine what pressures are generated inside the bladder.

The patient is usually seated in a specially designed motorised chair while the test is performed in otherwise peaceful comfort. The bladder is progressively filled at first, and the parameters are examined.

After the filling is finished, the patient is advised to empty their bladder into a special container that is placed beneath this chair. During emptying, the patient must remain seated in the same position.

Urodynamic at Infertility Centre Madurai

Our team of professionals at the Infertility Centre in Madurai has years of experience performing and interpreting urodynamics examinations. We are aware of how critical it is to protect patients' privacy and dignity when undergoing potential tests. We are also aware that many urodynamics patients have physical restrictions, and we have tailored tests for those patients to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. Similarly, we pay close attention to patients who are particularly fearful about the test. We think it's crucial that patients get what's happening, why it's happening, and how it will affect their care.


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