Urine Incontinence London
Urinary incontinence refers simply to the loss of bladder control, and it’s a far more common condition than assumed. The loss of bladder control, depending on its severity, may cause hygienic problems as well as day-to-day social issues. This condition may manifest in women of any age group and can be attributed to pathological or other causes.
Urine Incontinence is a term that refers to urine leakage either during certain activities (cough, sneeze, lower body exercises, sexual intercourse) or automatically without the need for these activities. In the 1st case, it indicates weakness of the muscular and tissues support of the urethra. This will result in a loose urethra, and the sphincter will not close properly to hold the urine during the above activities. The 2nd case is more complicated, and it indicates nerve or balder damage which might lead to hyperactivity of the bladder.
The 1st case could be treated either with an invasive surgical method or a noninvasive method. The 1st way belongs to the past, while the 2nd way has become very popular with promising results. Using lasers, Radiofrequency and recently electromagnetic energy is the most modern way to face such a problem.
At Bader Medical Institute of London, we are happy to say that we have the full range of the above technologies. We use Lasers, Radiofrequency and Electromagnetic waves to treat the stress Urine Incomitance.
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