Even minor urinary incontinence, discharge at the wrong time and place, causes great physical and psychological discomfort. Millions of women around the world face symptoms when coughing, sneezing, or during physical exertion causes more or less leakage of fluid from the urethra. Women face the problem of urine leakage from the age of 30, and those who have given birth even earlier. Every third woman between the ages of 40 and 60 has urinary incontinence. Today, thanks to modern technology, every woman can get rid of these unpleasant sensations and enjoy a full quality of life. However, women are shy to visit a doctor, even though there are modern and effective methods of treating urinary incontinence – laser treatment, radio frequency or PRP therapy, which substantially improve well-being and quality of life.
Who is this procedure suitable for?
Treatment may be used to treat involuntary leakage of urine, vaginal atrophy (dryness), lichen sclerosus (lichen sclerosus), pain during intercourse (dyspareunia), decreased vaginal firmness, libido, or other sexual dysfunctions.
What is the procedure?
Before the procedure, a consultation with a gynecologist is necessary, who will perform an examination, assess the state of health, prescribe the necessary tests and treatment, tell you about the procedure, and answer your questions. During the laser or radio frequency procedure, urinary incontinence is treated by inserting the tip of the device into the vagina. The production of collagen and elastin is activated in the affected deep layers of the vagina. In this way, its tissues are renewed and strengthened, and the involuntary release of urine is stopped.
In the treatment of urinary incontinence with blood plasma injections (PRP), blood is taken from a vein, centrifuged and the necessary blood parts are separated. The resulting material is injected into the problem area.