As women age, and experience childbirth and menopause, changes occur in their bodies, specifically in the structure of the vaginal tissues. Tone and elasticity decrease, resulting in uncomfortable conditions, such as vaginal dryness and urinary incontinence.
Understanding Urinary Incontinence
Urinary incontinence is the inadvertent leakage of urine. This often occurs during activities like exercising, coughing, or laughing. Fortunately, there are treatments available to help women effectively resolve this problem in the safe, comfortable atmosphere of a doctor’s office with the simple FemiLift procedure.
What is FemiLift?
Incontinence has been treated with surgery in the past, however, there are new non-surgical, non-invasive treatments available to treat this condition, as well as other feminine issues. The leading non-surgical remedy for incontinence today is FemiLift, an innovative laser treatment that produces remarkable results for a variety of feminine concerns, without pain or the use of anesthetic or numbing cream.
This advanced technique provides a safe and effective solution for women with feminine vaginal issues with no downtime. Performed in just a matter of minutes, the FemiLift procedure increases both collagen and blood flow in the vaginal region, generating an increased feeling of tightness and vaginal lubrication. It is a very accurate technique that revitalizes the tissues, restoring them to a healthy condition.
Can it Help With Urinary Incontinence?
FemiLift is an excellent non-surgical alternative for women with urinary incontinence. It strengthens the vaginal walls and supports the tissues near the bladder. The increased tightness accomplished through the FemiLift procedure significantly reduces urinary incontinence in most women.
Most patients notice results immediately after their first treatment. It usually takes a series of 3 treatments for best results in urinary incontinence, but this varies among patients.
If you want to effectively treat your incontinence and improve your quality of life, then FemiLift may be your answer. Still have questions? Contact The Rubino OB/GYN Group, serving Northern New Jersey, at (973) 736-1100 to book your free consultation.