Urinary incontinence and vaginal prolapse is a very common disorder amongst women. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are spent each year on incontinence supplies and medication. There are even apps to show you were all the bathrooms are in your area to address the need to go. Both women who have had children and women who have not, can be subjected to the embarrassment of dribbling after a sneeze, a laugh, or during a workout. Current medical procedures such as bladder slings and mesh are controversial and medications are rife with side effects. There are other options to explore for those are unwilling to go another minute having to cross their legs when they sneeze.
What can I expect?
When you come to the office, you will be thoroughly evaluated including medical history, physical exam, and necessary lab work or imaging to assist in proper diagnosis and treatment. Once all the information is in, we will discuss treatment options, risks, benefits, and expectations to address the condition at the root cause. Often a combination of short term and long term approaches are taken to not only alleviate symptoms, but to help heal at the root level to restore balance, function, and quality of life.
Common Types of Incontinence and Vaginal Prolapse treated:
- Urge Incontinence
- Stress Incontinence
- Mild to Moderate Vaginal Prolapse