Karyn Eilber, MD

Urology
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

Urology
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

99 North La Cienega Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA, USA

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Dr. Eilber is one of only 9% female urologists in the United States and is board certified in both Urology and Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. She is an Associate Professor of Urology and Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where she is also the Associate Director of the Urology Residency Training Program and Co-director of the Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship Training Program.

Prior to joining Cedars-Sinai, Dr. Eilber practiced at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center where she gained extensive experience in pelvic reconstruction following cancer treatment. Also at that time, she held a dual appointment as an Assistant Professor at Weill Medical College at Cornell University.

Dr. Eilber’s clinical and research focus has been in the areas of urogynecology and voiding dysfunction. She has published multiple peer reviewed manuscripts and is co-editor of The Use of Robotic Technology in Female Pelvic Floor Reconstruction . In addition to being a member and past-president of the Los Angeles Urologic Society, Dr. Eilber is a member of the American Urological Association, the Society of Urodynamics, Female Pelvic Medicine & Urogenital reconstruction, and the Society of Women in Urology. She is an invited lecturer and presenter at local, national, and international conferences on the subjects of male and female voiding dysfunction, female sexual dysfunction, and pelvic reconstructive surgery.

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  • MD, Residency and Fellowship: UCLA School of Medicine

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  • Urology - Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery

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Karyn Eilber, MD

21 hours ago

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Incontinence – Lifestyle Changes

Many people think that if they drink less water, they will need to go less. However, drinking less can make your incontinence symptoms worse. Cutting back on certain drinks like alcohol, carbonated drinks and caffeinated...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

21 hours ago

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Incontinence – Surgical Treatments

Surgery may be an option for incontinence if other treatment methods do not work. A surgical solution will be based on the type of incontinence you’re experiencing. For stress incontinence, your doctor may perform a...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Medical Devices

A support for the urethra can also be used for stress incontinence. A pessary is a reusable device that is placed inside the vagina to support the urethra and is intended to remain in place...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Alternative Treatments

Your doctor may recommend pelvic floor muscle exercises, also known as Kegel exercises, to help strengthen your pelvic floor. This may improve muscle strength control by tightening and relaxing the muscles that control the passage...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Medication

Medicines are typically only prescribed for urge incontinence or overactive bladder. They are basically bladder muscle relaxants, so the bladder isn’t overactive. Botox is even injected into the bladder muscles for people who have a...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Diagnosis

Your initial evaluation should include a detailed medical history and physical examination. You will also be asked to leave a urine sample to test for infection, blood, or increased sugar that might indicate diabetes. A...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – When to see a Doctor

If you’re bothered by your incontinence, you should definitely seek care. Although some people may only experience occasional mind bouts of incontinence, this may still be extremely bothersome. Other people have more severe incontinence, and...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Symptoms

Often patients with incontinence will develop skin problems in the genital area caused by the excess moisture in the affected area due to leakage. This may lead to red or peeling skin and even yeast...

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Karyn Eilber, MD

2 days ago

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Incontinence – Prevention

Urinary incontinence may not always be prevented, but certain lifestyle changes can help decrease your risk, including exercising to maintain a healthy weight, doing Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor, limiting alcohol and caffeine...

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Incontinence – Risk Factors

There are multiple factors that increase your risk of developing urinary incontinence. As we age, muscles in our bladder and urethra weaken, causing involuntary urinary loss. Being overweight puts more pressure on the bladder, also...

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