Treatment and Relief for Incontinence and Symptoms of Menopause
Studies show that approximately one in every two women experiences symptoms associated with stress urinary incontinence (SUI). The degree of severity varies from one woman to another. Some face complications related to both urge urinary incontinence and SUI.
In the past, surgery, physiotherapy, and Kegel exercises (targeting pelvic floor muscles) were the only treatment options available.
Fortunately, you can now count on Incontilase to find the much-needed relief. The procedure provides a non-invasive treatment option for SUI.
Dr. Diamond performs the corrective action using a non-ablative laser. The procedure targets the vaginal mucosa and the deep connective tissue layers. The objective is to enhance the remodeling of connective tissue.
As a result, you will notice vaginal tightening and considerable improvement in the symptoms of stress incontinence.
The best part about this treatment option is that you will experience minimal discomfort. Additionally, it eliminates the need for special preparation or down time.
You can return to your usual daily activities without the need to take antibiotics or pain relievers. The procedure lasts for about 20 to 25 minutes. Dr. Diamond will treat you in an outpatient clinic.
Research studies show high levels of positive patient outcomes. The majority of patients suffering from mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence find long-lasting relief. It comes as no surprise that many women opt for nonsurgical procedures.
This approach can deal with various concerns associated with the natural aging process. It can also alleviate issues triggered by pregnancy and childbirth, or chemotherapy.
Aging contributes to significant changes to the physiologic condition of the pelvic region. These changes include weakness of the closure mechanism of the urethra, which results in urinary incontinence. The vaginal tissues also become thinner and less elastic, which results in vaginal dryness and painful intercourse.
Procedures like Incontilase and Renovalase provide viable solutions. When vaginal erbium laser is used, it can have a positive impact on your happiness and quality of life.
Menopause is a part of the natural aging process; it can trigger several symptoms, such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness and weight gain. Women experience menopause differently. The majority of menopausal women cope with the changes without the need for medical intervention.
The severity of symptoms can be due to the sudden onset of menopause or occurrence over a shorter period. Additional health and lifestyle factors that contribute to the severity of symptoms include:
Renovalase provides a reliable and safe treatment for the symptoms of menopause. The procedure is a non-invasive therapy-treating vaginal atrophy, pain and dryness, which occurs after menopause.
Dr. Diamond uses laser equipment for mild heating of the vaginal tissue. This technique stimulates the formation of new collagen without triggering adverse effects, such as ablative or thermal damage. Also, it stimulates fibroblast activity and angiogenesis.
Renovalase works well as a safe and quick alternative to hormone replacement therapy.
Renovalase allows you to experience a marked reduction in symptoms, such as irritation, dyspareunia, itching and dryness. You can expect long-lasting results coupled with minimal post-care visits to the physician’s offices.
Laser-induced therapy contributes to thicker vaginal tissues, improved blood flow to your vagina, and more robust secretory glands. Laser pulses can stimulate lubrication without the need for incisions. These improvements help restore vaginal function and general well-being in the post-menopausal period.
The results allow you to enjoy the improved vaginal function; you can avoid the constant application of gels and creams. The results can last for over 12 months, thus making sexual encounters more pleasurable.
In most cases, patients attend three laser therapy sessions to achieve satisfactory results. Renovalase therapy does not entail pre-op preparations. You will return to work or other daily activities immediately after the procedure. Additionally, there is no need to take analgesics and antibiotics as part of the post-care routine.