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Urinary Incontinence

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence (UI) is the accidental loss of urine. According to the National Association for Continence, over 25 million adult Americans experience temporary or chronic urinary incontinence. UI can occur at any age, but it is more common among women over 50. Urinary incontinence may be a temporary condition that results from an underlying medical condition. It can range from the discomfort of slight losses of urine to severe ,frequent wetting The following are some of the different types of urinary incontinence: Urgency incontinence: This is the inability to hold urine long enough to reach a restroom.

Stress Incontinence: This is the leakage of urine during exercise, coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting heavy objects or performing other body movements that puts pressure on the bladder.

Functional incontinence: This is urine leakage due to a difficulty reaching a restroom in time because of physical conditions, such as arthritis, injury or other disabilities.

Overflow incontinence: Leakage occurs when the quantity of urine produced exceeds the bladder’s capacity to hold.

What causes Urinary incontinence?

Pregnancy and childbirth: The pelvic floor muscles can be weakened during pregnancy and childbirth, leading to stress incontinence

Menopause: The decrease in estrogen levels during menopause can cause the tissues of the urethra and bladder to lose elasticity and become thinner, leading to urge incontinence

Obesity: Excess weight can put pressure on the bladder and pelvic muscles, leading to stress incontinence.

Chronic coughing: Chronic coughing can put pressure on the bladder and pelvic muscles, leading to stress incontinence . Neurological disorders: Neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease.

Certain medications: Some medications such as diuretics, sedatives, and blood pressure medications can cause urinary incontinence Urinary tract infections: Urinary tract infections can irritate the bladder, causing you have strong urges to urinate and, in some cases.

Most women suffer in silence and do not seek medical help and manage by wearing pads or diapers. There is help to alleviate the problem in most situations Our physicians will assess your reasons for the incontinence and recommend appropriate therapy with combination of procedures , hormones and if needed medications.

At Yuva medical spa we use empower RF to treat urinary incontinence by electrical stimulation of pelvic and bladder muscles as well and the virginal walls to improve the incontinence.

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