There are millions of women that leak when they cough or sneeze.
If it is as little as a drop of urine in your undergarment or enough urine to fill a pad, urinary incontinence is embarrassing and uncomfortable. To avoid major surgery and the complications of mesh or a sling many women would rather undergo a non-invasive office procedure. By using PRP or cellular therapy we can help.
By performing a simple procedure using one’s own concentrated platelets also called platelet rich plasma (PRP), continence may become a reality. After PRP is placed strategically near the urinary continence mechanism that controls leakage many women will have complete resolution or improvement of their urinary leakage.* This is performed in the office with minimal discomfort.
Urinary incontinence is the inability to control one’s bladder. Over 13 million women in the US suffer from urinary incontinence. This can be due to a number of reasons which include stress urinary incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence occurs usually after coughing, sneezing, laughing or any type of abdominal pressure. Urge incontinence occurs mostly because of abnormal signals to the bladder which causes one to feel like they have to urinate immediately.
*results vary depending on the severity of urinary leakage.