Urinary incontinence refers simply to the loss of bladder control, and it’s a far more common condition than assumed. The loss of bladder control, depending on its severity, may cause hygienic problems as well as day-to-day social issues. This condition may manifest to women of any age group, and can be attributed to pathological or other causes.
This condition sadly has a direct link to psychology, femininity and sexuality of affected women, and can ultimately lead to behavioural changes and significantly altered lifestyles.
The most commonly occurring categories of urine incontinence are:
In the FAQ that follows, an explanation of the nature of the condition will be provided, so that you will be able to understand which category may refer to your specific situation. However, a final diagnosis can only be established following a complete and thorough clinical and para-clinical examination by a qualified medical practitioner, who will have to perform, among others, an urodynamic test, in order to diagnose and accurately pinpoint the causes of the urinary incontinence.
Non-Invasive Urine Incontinence Relief
Plastic surgery as a field continuously evolves with new methods and techniques, which provide us with the capability of expanding our treatment offerings by taking advantage of cutting-edge medical technology. After all, the majority of research carried out in the field nowadays are aiming to improve quality of life for the patients, whilst offering cosmetic treatments of a very high standard.
Dr. Bader and his scientifically trained team, having taken advantage of their considerable and long-lasting experience in the vaginal and labia rejuvenation fields, after concluding long-term studies in the field, are now able to offer a new treatment method: Non-invasive Urine Incontinence Relief.
This treatment type is recommended when dealing with a specific type and severity of urine incontinence. More specifically, the treatment type is effective in cases of stress urine incontinence in its early stages. Stress urine incontinence in its early stages refers to the condition where you suffer from involuntary loss of bladder control, when you laugh, cough, sneeze, lift weights, climb stairs or even during sexual intercourse.
By applying a non-invasive approach and using specific settings of the medical Laser equipment utilised, we can achieve a significant reduction of stress urine incontinence and prevent its deterioration.
It should be noted that female patients who have already undergone this procedure are extremely satisfied from the results, having reached a very satisfactory treatment level without the need for surgical / invasive procedures!