Urinary incontinence in women

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Urinary incontinence is involuntary loss of urine. Depending on the patho-physiological mechanism causing urinary incontinence is divided into:

The most common is urinary incontinence due to stress and is estimated to affect over 40% of women, the incidence rising with the age. 

It negatively affects the quality of life both physically, socially, economically and psychologically. 

Factors that aggravate urinary incontinence are: age, pregnancy, natural birth, obesity, pelvic trauma, constipation, chronic disease (diabetes), gynecological and pelvic surgical history.

How is urinary  incontinence treated?

Pelvic physiotherapy

Surgical treatment

Laser treatment

Using a special Femilift CO2 laser that emits the laser beam in the form of smooth pixels.

The treatment is carried out with a cylindrical laser probe, imitating the shape of the vagina, which is inserted inside and transmits in a safe and efficient way the pixel energy. 

Thus, the remodeling treatment of the basal layers of the vaginal mucosa begins by stimulating the synthesis of collagen and elastin. This remodeling process leads to the narrowing of the vaginal channel and the increase of the vaginal wall tone. 

Vaginal wall remodeling means better support for the urethra which results in relief of mild / moderate incontinence.

4-6 treatment sessions are needed, with sessions taking place every 4 weeks. The procedure is not painful, does not require hospitalization or bed rest.

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