Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Bountiful, UT

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About Urinary Incontinence Treatment

At Utah Medical Clinic, our compassionate staff sympathizes with the dilemma and embarrassment you may encounter when it comes to urinary incontinence. Also referred to as bladder leakage, the disorder can occur when physical stress is placed on the muscles in the bladder, like when you cough, sneeze, engage in strenuous activity, or laugh. This unintentional issue is often caused by body changes connected to menopause, childbirth, and pregnancy. Our team employs the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser system to perform urinary incontinence treatment. This minimally invasive treatment works to promote your body's own generation of elastin and collagen, which can improve your urethral sphincters and decrease leakage. Get in touch with our team in Bountiful, UT to hear more and arrange a consultation.

 

Urinary Incontinence Treatment FAQ

How many treatments will I need?

The ideal number of treatments required for urinary incontinence may vary according to your unique problem. Normally, many patients should expect 2 – 3 treatments stretched out over the course of a few weeks. As soon as our team has an opportunity to meet you and determine your condition right here at Utah Medical Clinic in Bountiful, UT, we can help you get a much clearer idea of your urinary incontinence regimen.

What are the different types and causes of urinary incontinence?
All of us have particular muscles and nerves in our bodies that help our bladder in its ability to control the flow of urine. In the event that these groups of muscles and/or nerves incur too much pressure, it can considerably impact our capability to urinate. Females are particularly susceptible to bladder control issues, as there are several specific circumstances that can directly cause it, including childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause. There are numerous types of urinary incontinence, like:

  • Stress
  • Urge
  • Overactive
  • Functional
  • Transient
  • Overflow

Is urinary incontinence permanent?
No, urinary incontinence is treatable with several methods. In certain cases, such as when the person is suffering from a urinary tract infection, constipation, or vaginal infection, it will likely recover on its own once the body is restored to full health. More serious situations may require attention that could range from a number of weeks or months, depending on a number of factors. These circumstances often result when an individual has weak lower pelvic muscles or damage to the nerves.

 

 

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