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What are Pelvic Disorders?

More than one in three women suffer from a pelvic disorder. They are among the most common women’s health issues, but also the least talked about. Pelvic disorders are problems that affect women’s pelvic organs: the uterus (or womb), vagina, bladder, rectum, and the muscles that surround and support them. The three most common problems are uterine prolapse, and trouble with bladder and bowel control. If you feel there’s nothing that can be done to help you regain control of your life, don’t give up. There’s hope.

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Kay Hankins, RN

Kay Hankins, RN

If you have a pelvic disorder, talking to your doctor is an important step in regaining control of your life. But, for some women it may be easier to first talk with our Women’s Health Nurse Navigator, Kay Hankins, RN. Kay provides a calming influence during what can be a stressful experience. She’ll work closely with you to help direct your care and will be your advocate with your physician. She can be reached at (850) 747-7730 or at kay.hankins@hcahealthcare.com.

If you need a physician referral, call Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center’s Consult-A-Nurse at (850) 747-3600.