The surgical sub-specialty of urology and gynaecology known as urogynecology or urogynaecology. It includes treatments for women with urine incontinence, vaginal prolapse, recurrent urinary tract infections, bladder pain, and pelvic floor injuries after childbirth, including faecal incontinence, as well as assessments, investigations, and therapy. It connects to services in obstetrics, urology, and colorectal surgery. Urogynecology is a Gynecology subspecialty that is also known as Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery in some countries. A urogynecologist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment of pelvic floor and bladder dysfunction. The bladder, reproductive organs, and bowels are all affected by pelvic floor problems. Urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapses, and faecal incontinence are all common pelvic floor problems. Urogynecologists are increasingly responsible for the management of women who have suffered perineum trauma following childbirth. Urogynecological issues are rarely life-threatening, but they do have a significant influence on the quality of life of those who are affected. Quality of life improvement is frequently a treatment aim for urogynecologists, and there is a strong emphasis on symptom management using conservative techniques before resorting to more invasive procedures.