Stress urinary incontinence treatmentUrinary incontinence in most cases is caused by weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, which in turn has consequences. When you laugh, cough, exercise (such as lifting objects, sport, eg. running) causes involuntary leakage of urine.
- pregnancy (the problem may be as much as 30% of women);
Treatment of Stress urinary incontinence
Warning! When the disease is already advanced surgical intervention is sometimes necessary. Is used, among others, Transvaginal procedures, such as. a plastic anterior vaginal wall, lining the urethra or an abdominal (retropubic suspension of the bladder neck). This prevents the leakage of urine through the coil.
Less invasive treatment of stress urinary incontinence
An alternative to surgical methods of stress urinary incontinence may be IncontiLase. This method of treatment involves the use of laser photons Er: YAG
During surgery, the laser beam increases tension and causes shrinkage of the front wall of the vagina, bladder, the vestibule and surrounding the urethra. After the treatment of urinary incontinence symptoms subside.
Urinary incontinence after childbirth
This condition relates mainly to women after childbirth made the forces of nature, especially when the child is big or ventouse was used during childbirth.
Responsible are also changes related to pregnancy:
- relaxation of the ligaments;
- weight gain;
- stretching and muscle weakness.
Incontinence can also be caused by infection of the urinary tract.
Warning! Therefore, at the beginning it is recommended that urinalysis. If it turns out that this infection, antibiotic administration should do the trick.
Urinary incontinence associated with childbirth
If urinaty incontinence is related to childbirth, chances are that the problem persists after a few months. In the meantime, Kegel muscle exercises that involve repeated during the day tightening the muscles responsible for withholding the urine flow. It can be done eg. When feeding your baby, rest and even walking.
Warning! You can not limit drinking because it can do more harm than good, especially if you are breast-feeding.
In this difficult time, you should avoid lifting and a lot of effort, because it increases the leakage of. It is recommended to use underwear made of fabric air-permeable, because it will avoid the odor of urine.
The hygiene is also ideal for urological pads. You have to be changed several times during the day. If, despite exercising and caring for moderate effort symptoms persist, it is necessary to visit a doctor.