Urge incontinence refers to weakness of the bladder. This condition can cause a sudden and urgent need to urinate. The muscle that supports the bladder typically remains relaxed as the bladder expands. Most people will start to get an indication of needing to go to the toilet as their bladder fills. In people suffering from urge incontinence, often they feel the ‘urge’ to urinate without warning.
This muscle and weakness in the front of the vaginal wall causes the bladder to be unsupported. This can lead to constant feeling of needing to urinate, or unexpected/sudden urination. This condition commonly occurs in women who have been pregnant, had children, or have been through menopause .
In addition to urge incontinence, many women also experience issues due to stress, called stress incontinence. This can happen during exercising, lifting, coughing, laughing or sneezing. The pelvic floor muscles and bladder muscles are put under immense strain during pregnancy and childbirth. This strain can create weakness in these muscles which can ultimately result in stress incontinence. Pregnancy and childbirth are the most common causes of incontinence in women.
We offer treatments to improve or alleviate this condition.
The MonaLisa Touch system can help improve incontinence in suitable patients by significantly improving tissue tone and elasticity in the walls of the vagina. We are pleased to be the only provider in Middle Georgia to offer this revolutionary treatment.
MonaLisa Touch treatment stimulates the growth of new healthy tissue in the vaginal walls. The front wall of the vagina, which provides support to the detrusor muscle, has increased strength and elasticity, improving bladder strength and control which can assist in overcoming incontinence .
Strengthening the front wall of the vagina with the MonaLisa laser can also allow the urethra to be repositioned back into it’s optimal location, which relieves pressure that may have been causing unwanted leaks.
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