Can Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Help with Bladder Control?

If urinary incontinence has started to affect your daily life, it’s time to do something about it, because urine leakage can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. Urinary incontinence is one of those issues that women prefer not to talk about, but many feminine concerns can now be treated with laser vaginal rejuvenation. But can laser vaginal rejuvenation help with bladder control.

Understanding urinary incontinence

Many women struggle with urinary incontinence, which is a condition characterized by the involuntary leakage of urine. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is more common in women.

Urine loss with SUI occurs when there is physical movement that puts pressure on the abdominal area. Simple activities such as sneezing, coughing, or exercising can ‘stress’ the bladder, and cause urine to leak. This is a sign that the muscles in the pelvic floor are weak, which is a condition that is often occasioned by pregnancy and childbirth, or hormone changes due to aging.

Can laser vaginal rejuvenation help with bladder control?

Although laser vaginal rejuvenation is designed to treat vaginal laxity and dryness, it can also help with bladder control. Laser vaginal rejuvenation targets the deep tissues of the vaginal mucosa and stimulates collagen, which helps to strengthen and tone the vaginal wall. The laser energy also has a tightening effect on the nearby pelvic muscles. Tightening the pelvic muscles improves bladder control, and this reduces SUI.

There are several laser vaginal rejuvenation options on the market, including the innovative FemiLift Laser. FemiLift uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to revitalize the vaginal tissues, and reduce incontinence.

Would you like to learn more about FemiLift’s laser vaginal rejuvenation? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.

If you are in the Philadelphia, PA area, the Pennsylvania Centre For Plastic Surgery is our featured practice.

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