WELCOME TO UROGYNECOLOGY SAN ANTONIO

Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery Board Certified

Urogynecology of San Antonio specializes in the care of women with pelvic floor disorders and provides expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of female pelvic organs and pelvic floor dysfunction. Our urogynecologists, Dr. Ash Dabbous, FACOG, FPMRS and Dr. Lindsey Jackson, FACOG, FPMRS will help you understand your diagnosis and appropriately evaluate and treat your symptoms with the most advanced technology used in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery.

Dr. Ash Dabbous, FACOG, FPMRS

What is Urogynecology?

Urogynecology is a subspecialty dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of female pelvic floor disorders. Pelvic Floor Disorders (PFD) are weaknesses in muscles and connective tissues that support the bladder, vagina, and rectum.

LEARN ABOUT US FROM OUR PATIENTS

This office is just amazing with their customer service. Since the moment you walk in, the girl at the register being so welcoming, on to your exams and the moment you leave. I have never felt so understood and welcome at a doctors office. Gillian was amazing during my exam and Cynthia was the sweetest while asking me all kinds of medical history questions and keeping track of every single detail. I just loved this place, definitely my new doctors office for when I’m in town. Recommend 100%!

Rosi S.

A big thank you to Dr. Lindsey Jackson, Dr. Ash Dabbous, and Gabriel Alvarado, CSA (Surgical First Assistant) repairing my bladder prolapse and Hysterectomy. This was indeed a journey for me. Your office staff was kind, professional, and very knowledgable in every step of my treatment. I’m now at home recovering nicely. Thank you all for a job well done.

Mary A.

Dr. Jackson, Jackie, Cynthia and all of the staff at Urogynecology of Boerne are my heroes! I’ve had a recurring UTI for about a year. A doctor (in another town) kept testing me and putting me on one antibiotic after another with no results and with terrible GI problems. It was suggested that I go to the hospital for a pic-line and/or an IV with an antibiotic known to cause irreversible neurotoxicity side effects. Fortunately, I found Dr. Jackson. She put me on an antibiotic which I had not previously taken. It didn’t cause any GI issues, and best of all, my UTI is finally gone! This doctor and her office are a pleasure to work with. They’re very professional, knowledgeable and supportive. They helped me when I had just about given up hope. So glad I found Dr. Jackson!!!

Kathy N.

Not only is Dr. Ash Dabbous a fabulous surgeon, he takes time with his patients to address all concerns as crazy as they may be. His RN Katie is also very knowledgeable and compassionate. His surgical team is second to none and I would give them straight A’s. I have recommended friends and family to Dr. Dabbous and trust that he is the best in his field!

Patti

This Doctor and his staff are top notch. I wouldn’t have trusted anyone else with the procedure I underwent. Dr. Dabbous and his staff answered all of my questions and addressed all of my concerns in a timely and compassionate manner. He is a phenomenal surgeon and I knew I was in great hands. It is clear he has surrounded himself with a first class team. I am very happy to have found Dr. Dabbous.

Kelly

January marks a vital reminder: it's Cervical Health Awareness Month!🎗️ Urogynecology of San Antonio is here to help spread awareness, knowledge, and support for cervical health. ⁠
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The best protection is ✨early✨ detection and there are plenty of ways to maintain and monitor your cervical health. ⁠
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Regular screenings, scheduling time for your pap smear, HPV vaccinations, and healthy lifestyle choices are key. ⁠
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Call (210) 614-7744 to schedule an appointment or visit UrogynofSA.com at the link in our bio. ⁠
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Cheers to a healthier, happier you in the new year! 🌟 Don't forget to prioritize your pelvic health!⁠
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Pelvic health involves a variety of body systems and organs including your reproductive organs, bladder and bowels. Those are some very important body parts! ⁠
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Ensuring your pelvic health involves: ⁠
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🔹 Regular urogynecological doctors visits⁠
🔹 Yearly pelvic exams⁠
🔹 Routine Pap smears⁠
🔹 Receiving your HPV vaccinations⁠
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Routine pelvic healthcare is one of the best ways to help treat and prevent reproductive and bladder disease. Don’t wait, schedule an appointment today with one of our board certified urogynecological doctors. Call (210) 614-7744 or head to our website www. UrogynofSA.com (link in bio) to schedule your appointment. ⁠
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🎉 New Year, New You! 🌟⁠
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Make 2024 about YOU. It's the perfect time to prioritize your well-being and health. Let's kick off this year by taking control and focusing on YOU. 💪🏼⁠
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Our offices will be closed on January 1st as we welcome the New Year. 🎆🎊⁠
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We'll be back bright and early on January 2nd, ready to continue providing top-notch care for you! ✨ Our team at Urogynecology of San Antonio is here to support your journey to a healthier, more confident you. Let's make this year YOUR year! 🌿
🎄✨Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Urogynecology of San Antonio! 🎁🌟⁠
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As we reflect on this wonderful time of year, we want to take a moment to express our heartfelt gratitude to all our amazing patients. Serving you throughout the year has been incredibly rewarding, and we feel honored to have been a part of your healthcare journey.⁠
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Your trust and support have been the greatest gifts to us, and we're immensely grateful for the opportunity to care for you. As we approach the new year, we eagerly anticipate continuing to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to each and every one of you in 2024 and beyond.⁠
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May this festive season be filled with joy, love, and cherished moments spent with your loved ones. From all of us here at Urogynecology of San Antonio, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a joyful holiday season! 🎉
🎄✨Holiday Hours Update: Urogynecology of San Antonio wishes you a wonderful holiday season! Please note our office hours during this festive time. 🕒 🌟⁠
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🔔 December 25: CLOSED⁠
🕰 December 26-29: Limited hours, 8:30 AM - 12 PM⁠
🎉 January 1: CLOSED⁠
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We'll be back to our regular schedule starting January 2nd to continue providing exceptional care for your needs.⁠
Did you know Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) affects 1 in 3 women over 45?🤯⁠
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SUI commonly develops from changes that occur during pregnancy or childbirth. Symptoms can include urine leakage with laughing, sneezing, lifting, coughing, or even exercise. ⁠
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BUT there is a treatment! 🙏 The FDA-approved midurethral sling, crafted from a medical-grade plastic called polypropylene, is a strap that is surgically placed beneath the urethra. ⁠
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This outpatient procedure takes around 30 minutes and can be performed in-office. Ready for comfort and confidence? Reach out to our healthcare team at ☎️ (210) 614-7744 to schedule an appointment with our board certified urogynecologists and explore if this treatment is right for you!⁠
The rush of the holiday season can take a major hit to our mental health but did you know it can impact your pelvic health as well? Stress can lead to involuntary tightening in our muscles, including our pelvic muscles. Increased levels of cortisol from stress can lead to a myriad of symptoms including muscle weakness, high blood pressure, anxiety, fatigue, weight gain, and much more.⁠
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Here are expert-backed stress management tips to safeguard your overall health during this festive season:⁠
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1️⃣ Prioritize self-care: Make time for relaxation and activities that bring you joy.⁠
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2️⃣ Practice mindful breathing: Ease tension with deep, calming breaths.⁠
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3️⃣ Stay active: Exercise helps manage stress and promotes pelvic strength.⁠
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4️⃣ Seek support: Connect with loved ones or a professional to share your feelings.⁠
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Head to www.UrogynofSA.com for more resources to keep your pelvic health in top shape this holiday season! 🎁 💫⁠
🌟 New Research Unveils Safe Option for Women's Health! 🌟⁠
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Recent findings from the National Library of Medicine bring exciting news: Vaginal estrogen therapy used for relief from menopause related symptoms DOES NOT increase breast cancer-specific mortality in women diagnosed with breast cancer. 🎗⁠
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In a recent study published last month in the National Library of Medicine, researchers found NO evidence of increased early breast cancer-specific mortality among users compared to non-users of hormone replacement therapy (HRT). This breakthrough paves the way for a safer path in managing urinary and vaginal symptoms post-breast cancer diagnosis. 🩺 Prescribing clinicians can now consider vaginal estrogen therapy as a potential solution for patients dealing with breast cancer and urinary and vaginal symptoms. 🌸⁠
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Want to know more about these findings and how it may apply to you? Give us a call at (210) 614-7744 or head to our website www.UrogynofSA.com (link in bio) to schedule your consultation today!⁠
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