Vaginal Rejuvenation to Treat Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress Urinary incontinence (SUI) is the medical term for a specific type of unintentional urination. This accidental bladder leakage can occur when coughing, sneezing, laughing, running, lifting or other activities. Fortunately, new vaginal rejuvenation treatments are now available for SUI that are safe and do not require invasive and painful surgery!
Who Gets Stress Urinary Incontinence
While you may not experience SUI every time you exercise or cough, these unexpected leaks can be the source of embarrassment. You might be at the gym, at work, having lunch with friends, or may even experience SUI during sex.
These unexpected leaks can occur with any exertion that puts pressure or stress on the bladder and is much more common in women than men often because of physical changes, such as pregnancy and childbirth. More than 55 percent of women who have had vaginal delivery may exhibit symptoms of SUI.
Aging and other factors such as obesity, menopause and hysterectomy and even high impact sports may cause the onset of SUI, a condition that is both inconvenient and embarrassing.
What Causes Stress Urinary Incontinence
Stress incontinence occurs when pelvic muscles and tissues supporting the urethra at the opening of the bladder become weakened. The process of pregnancy and childbirth tends to place a lot of extra pressure on these muscles and tissues. However, weight gain, hormonal changes, injury and aging can also be a factor.
When pressure is suddenly applied against the bladder from normal activities these muscles give way and allow small amounts of urine to leak from the bladder.
Stress Urinary Incontinence left untreated will typically worsen and the leaks can increase in volume and may also become more frequent.
Vaginal Rejuvenation Treats Stress Urinary Incontinence
SUI is an extremely personal problem. Most women do not like to talk about it and often assume they just have learn to live with it. There may be some limited benefit to the pelvic floor exercises known as Kegels, though keeping up with this exercise can be daunting. More aggressive treatment can include invasive surgery, utilizing slings and mesh that involve many risks and a long recovery.
However, there is a new, non-surgical treatment that can actually put an end to embarrassing bladder leakage caused by SUT. Vaginal Rejuvenation utilizing the Geneveve procedure is a non-surgical treatment that applies radiofrequency heat to the vagina.
With Geneveve there is no need for anesthetic, no incision and no scarring.
Safe and effective, Vaginal Rejuvenation is a minimally invasive treatment that delivers gentle pulses of energy, stimulating the production of collagen, restoring vaginal tone and elasticity. Even better, only one Geneveve treatment is needed for most women!
The treatment features a cooling process that ensures the experience is comfortable and painless. Patients report that vaginal dryness and irritation decreases and sexual sensation is also improved.
The Geneveve procedure procedure can take as little as 30 minutes and is performed in the comfort of our discreet, state-of-the-art Troy, MI area medical office under the supervision of renowned Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. Ali.
Birmingham, MI Vaginal Rejuvenation Doctor
Dr. Ali has helped hundreds of women in the Birmingham and Troy, MI area stop bladder leaks by treating Stress Urinary Incontinence with just a single 30 minute Geneveve vaginal rejuvenation treatment.
Geneveve vaginal rejuvenation is an affordable, painless, procedure performed in our Troy, MI area medical office. There is no downtime, and you will begin to notice bladder leak (stress incontinence) improvement within just a few weeks.
Call us for a free, discreet, confidential vaginal rejuvenation consultation and see if Geneveve is right for you!