How Can I Treat Urinary Incontinence?

Do you struggle to control your urine and accidentally leak when you sneeze, laugh, or cough? There’s no need to be embarrassed about it or suffer in silence, because urinary incontinence is a widespread problem that affects millions of women across the world, and it can be treated. But just how can you treat urinary incontinence.

Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence is usually caused by weak pelvic floor muscles that often stretch and become loose as a consequence of pregnancy, or menopause. The vaginal tissues routinely stretch during pregnancy, and this causes the tissues and muscles in the vaginal area to lose elasticity, resulting in bladder weakness.

Fortunately there is an incredibly effective solution for urinary incontinence called ThermiVa, and it does not involve surgery, pain, or downtime.

Treat urinary incontinence with ThermiVA
ThermiVa is a temperature-controlled, non-surgical treatment that uses radiofrequency (RF) energy to rejuvenate the vaginal tissues. ThermiVa tightens the tissues and muscles of the vaginal wall, resulting in improved bladder function.

How ThermiVA works
The ThermiVa system has a very slim wand that emits gentle, controlled RF energy, which targets and shrinks the vaginal tissues. This tightens up the tissues and muscles in the area, giving patients better control over their bladder.

Patients only feel a warm sensation during ThermiVa treatment, so the procedure is not painful. There is no downtime after procedure which means patients can return to daily activities immediately.

A typical ThermiVa treatment takes 30-45 minutes. Patients usually undergo 2-3 ThermiVa sessions spaced 4 weeks apart, to achieve the desired improvement in bladder control. The results are gradual, and top-up sessions are recommended every 9-12 months to maintain results.

Would you like more information on ThermiVa treatment for urinary incontinence? Contact Mallucci London, located in South Kensington, London.

You can also reach them at www.mallucci-london.com, or by calling 0203 915 7400.

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