At the Georgia Center for Pelvic Health, we serve the Augusta area with diagnosing and treating pelvic disorders and sexual health treatment.

Who Should See Us?

If you answer YES to one or more of these questions, you may be experiencing pelvic problems that are very treatable. A Nurse Navigator is available to talk to you privately about your options. Please call Trish Wheeler at (706) 651-3636.

Symptoms Yes No
Do you have urine leakage when coughing, laughing, sneezing or lifting something heavy? (Even a few drops of leakage are significant) Y N
Do you have urine leakage associated with urgency? Y N
Do you have difficulty or incomplete emptying of bladder?
Rectum?
Y
Y
N
N
Do you wake up more than twice/night to urinate? Y N
Do you have a feeling of fullness in vaginal area?
Rectum?
Y
Y
N
N
Do you have straining or pain with bowel movements? Y N
Chronic constipation? Y N
Do you have stool leakage of any kind? Y N
Do you have urgency associated with bowel movements? Y N
Do you have involuntary loss of gas? Y N
Do you have loss of urine, stool or gas with intercourse? Y N
Are your bladder or bowel control issues causing you to feel nervous, frustrated or depressed? Y N
Has loss of bladder or bowel control affected your lifestyle? Y N
Do you have decreased sexual desire? Y N
Do you have pain with intercourse? Y N
Do you have chronic pelvic pain? Y N
Do you have vaginal dryness? Y N

This questionnaire is designed to help you assess your symptoms and decide whether or not to see a specialist. These questions are not intended to diagnose pelvic conditions — only your physician can do that.

Our providers specialize in treating: