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Laser treatment of urinary incontinence

Involuntary urine flow when coughing, sneezing, exercising or lifting heavy objects is a problem faced by many women around the world. At first, just one drop comes out once a month or even less, but then the problem grows and eventually women are forced to use sanitary pads every day and start going to the toilet frequently.

It is recommended to pay attention to involuntary urine flow as soon as you feel that one small drop is leaking. Even if it does not happen again. This is already a sign that you need to look for ways to avoid more incontinence problems in the future. Urinary incontinence causes physical, psychological and social discomfort – women are unable to communicate or behave freely, and they are constantly aware of the unpleasant smell of urine that may be coming from them. In Lithuania, women are reluctant and avoid talking about this problem, not only with their closest friends, but even with their doctors. “There’s nothing anyone can do,” she thinks.

Vaginal sagging and incontinence is a common problem for women around the world. It afflicts not only older women but also young women, sometimes even women under 30. When women first encounter a single leakage of urine, they are recommended to try Kegel exercises for the pelvic muscles, but they need to be done every day of their lives for the results to be really felt. It is rare that a woman has the willpower to do this, and not all women know how to do the exercises correctly. For quite a long time, women with persistent incontinence problems who opened the door to the doctor’s surgery and dared to ask for help were offered surgical treatment. Today, this invisible but inconvenient problem can be solved more quickly and, most importantly, without any discomfort: incontinence can be treated non-invasively. The CO2 laser is used for this purpose.

Is laser treatment of incontinence painful?

Laser incontinence treatment is a painless procedure. It stimulates the production of collagen and elastin fibres in the tissues responsible for the function of the urethral canal.

At what age is laser incontinence treatment recommended for women?

The procedure can be carried out on women aged between 25 and 70 years.

How long does the laser treatment procedure for incontinence take?

Laser incontinence treatment procedure usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes. It is said to be a procedure that can be carried out on your lunch break and then you can return to resume your normal daily routine. Colleagues will not notice or suspect anything.

How many treatments do I need to have to resolve my incontinence and enjoy life again?

It is individual, usually, three treatments are enough, but depending on the condition, sometimes up to 4 treatments may be needed. A break of 1 month is required between them.

Do I need to have any tests before laser incontinence treatment?

Although laser incontinence treatment is not an invasive procedure, we always review the woman’s medical history before the procedure, find out why she wants to undergo laser incontinence treatment, what her expectations are, discuss the course of the treatment, and explain what to expect after the procedure.

A health check-up, cervical smear tests, a general urinalysis, to make sure that the woman is not pregnant, and sometimes an ultrasound are also necessary.

What laser treatment is used for incontinence?

At Primum Estetica, the specialists carry out all the procedures with lasers approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and mainly in medical clinical trials.

Assoc. Prof. D. Bartkeviciene, Obstetrician Gynaecologist, at the MonaLisa Touch laser
Assoc. Prof. D. Bartkeviciene, Obstetrician Gynaecologist, at the MonaLisa Touch laser

Urinary incontinence is treated with the MonaLisa Touch laser, which gently acts on the urogenital structures, safely and painlessly restores their function and improves the symptoms associated with urinary incontinence.

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