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conditions we treat

Our mission is to foster self-love through specialized and compassionate care so those identifying as female may live beautifully from the inside out.

Love for women translated through medicine

Touting decades of experience, Drs. Kimble pride themselves on serving all patients with the utmost compassion, precision, and care. We offer custom tailored luxury care for the complete range of vulvar, vaginal, and intimate concerns, minor to severe. We are here to help you look and feel your absolute best.
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Gynecologic and urologic concerns

Urinary Incontinence

One in three women experience urinary incontinence during their lifetime and this number increases with age. And yet, less than half of women experiencing bladder leaking seek professional help. If you find yourself bracing yourself for every cough, laugh, or sneeze, incontinence is likely to blame. Incontinence can happen for a wide variety of reasons, including childbirth, weight fluctuations, and aging.

bladder prolapse

Bladder prolapse is a common condition whereby weakened and/or stretched vaginal supports cause the bladder to drop. Women with bladder prolapse will usually note a bulge in the vagina. In more severe cases, the bladder can sometimes be fully visible or seen dropping through the vaginal opening.

vaginal prolapse

As many as one-third of people with vaginas will encounter some degree of vaginal prolapse at some point in life. Vaginal prolapse occurs when the supports that ordinarily hold pelvic organs in place weaken and stretch, causing the vaginal vault to drop into the vaginal canal and in more extreme cases, protrude from the vaginal opening.

recurrent utis

A urinary tract infection (or UTI) is an often painful and uncomfortable condition…and it happens to be the most common clinical bacterial infection for women. More than half of women will experience a UTI in her lifetime. However, if you have experienced two or more UTIs in the last six months, or three or more in the last year, you are considered to have recurrent UTIs.