Over 28 million women in the United States suffer from Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Whilst this particular condition is not painful, it can be extremely damaging on an emotional level when urine leakage occurs as a result of normal daily activities.Even sneezing or even bending down to pick the laundry up off the floor, causes an unintentional loss of urine. The feelings of shame and embarrassment that accompany this distressing condition, can become debilitating if the condition is left untreated.
What is stress urinary incontinence?
Simply put, SUI is the involuntary leakage of urine whenever physical movement or activity puts pressure on your bladder. It is caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles, which support the bladder and commonly occurs after childbirth or as part of the natural ageing process.
If you suffer from SUI and you have had enough of this embarrassing condition stopping you from participating in everyday activities like going to the gym or practicing Yoga, then we have the solution you have been searching for. At the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, we successfully treat SUI using innovative non-surgical laser technology.
FemiLift to treat stress urinary incontinence
FemiLift is a new frontier in aesthetic medicine and is highly effective in the treatment of SUI in women. FemiLiftuses gold standard CO2 laser technology to target and deliver thermal heat to the mucosal tissue of the vaginal walls with precision and accuracy, which stimulates the production of collagen and elastin in the vaginal area (learn more).
By strengthening the vaginal walls that support the bladder, FemiLiftgently and effectively treats SUI, oftentimes alleviating the unpleasant symptoms entirely.Additionally, FemiLift has a plethora of other positive benefits including:
- A tighter feeling vagina.
- Heightened sexual pleasure
- Increased lubrication
- Fewer recurrent vaginal infections
Find out how FemiLift can help you eliminate the symptoms of SUI by calling the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery at (305) 665-2060.