Urinary incontinence can occur while Laughing, sneezing, coughing or exercising.
This is common in young mothers, but it can occur at all ages.
It is usually treated with pelvic physiotherapy (and sometimes even surgery), but nowadays it can also be treated with a painless vaginal laser treatment; FemiLift.
How does it work?
With a vaginal laser treatment, the vaginal wall is strengthened.
The laser stimulates the mucous membranes and the underlying connective tissue of the vagina,
so the vagina better supports the urethra.
The treatment takes place at the outpatient clinic and can be performed without anesthetic.
3 treatments are required every 4-6 weeks. Thereafter, every 1-2 years, 1-2 treatments are needed to maintain the effect.
Non-surgical treatment with laser: FemiLift
The advantage of the FemiLift laser is that it is not invasive treatment.
There are no restrictions after treatment.
The treatment is generally painless.
Improvement of the connective tissue and therefore of the firmness of the vagina,
makes that about 85% of the treated women no longer suffer from urinary incontinence.
Patient can immediately return her normal activities after treatment.