How does the FemiLift help address issues associated with urinary incontinence?

FemiLift is an innovative vaginal rejuvenation procedure that has become a game changer in the treatment of several feminine health concerns. It is also the ideal solution for women that are looking for a non-surgical option for stress urinary incontinence. But just how does FemiLift help address issues associated with urinary incontinence.

Stress urinary incontinence
Stress urinary incontinence or involuntary leakage of urine, is a common problem that affects millions of women in the US. However, many women often wait a long time before taking steps to resolve the problem. Stress urinary incontinence can be extremely uncomfortable and embarrassing, because leakage occurs unexpectedly during activities such as sneezing, coughing, laughing, or exercising.

How FemiLift addresses issues associated with urinary incontinence
Urinary incontinence is often the result of weakened muscles in the region of the pelvic floor.FemiLift helps the condition by improving the tone of the muscles, thereby boosting pelvic floor function.

FemiLift is a fractional CO2 laser treatment that involves the use of a specialized laser probe, which is inserted into the vaginal canal. The laser energy creates tiny injury points within the vaginal cavity, and the thermal damage leads tothe formation of new collagen and elastin. This firms and thickens the vaginal tissues.

The consequent remodeling and rejuvenation of the tissues strengthens the supporting ligaments, and enhances the elasticity of the urethra.When this happens, there is a noticeable reduction in the symptoms of urinary incontinence.

What to expect
There is no downtime after treatment, so patients can return to regular activities immediately. However, patients should abstain from sexual intercourse for at least 3 days.

It typically takes 3 treatments to get maximum results with FemiLift, but most patients notice an improvement in urinary incontinence after the first session.

Call (267) 687-2180 today for a consultation.

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