Stress Urinary Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence is an embarrassing condition common in many women, particularly during and following pregnancy and menopause. Modern laser treatments can address the root cause of the problem.

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is more commonly referred to as poor bladder control, and can range in severity from minor leaks of urine to complete loss of bladder functions.
There are a range of causes for urinary incontinence – such as pregnancy, childbirth, menopause and sometimes chronic conditions like asthma and diabetes. If you suffer from urinary incontinence it is recommended to discuss treatment options with a doctor or incontinence advisor on how to best manage symptoms.
Bladder ‘accidents’ – frequently occur during everyday activities like laughing, coughing or exercising. Poor bladder control can have negative impacts on people’s social lives and self esteem for the fear of embarrassment or the hassle of having to constantly visit the bathroom.

Treatment

The laser treatment developed by Fotona – IncontiLase is a non-surgical, virtually painless way to treat urinary incontinence. The laser treatment has been proven as effective, safe and comfortable by clinical research – offering significant relief of incontinence symptoms for patients with mild and moderate urinary incontinence.

The treatment does not require any form of cutting, bleeding, stitching and does not need analgesics or antibiotics for post treatment management. In most cases, patients will need two sessions of the IncontiLase treatment, with no special preparation or precautions being required before treatment. Following the procedure, patients will be able to immediately return to to their normal day-to-day activities.

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