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Urinary Leakage Treatment

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Urinary incontinence (UI), or involuntary urine leakage, is a common women's health concern.  Visakhapatnam women of all ages can find relief and regain bladder control at HER Clinic. Led by the esteemed gynaecologist Dr. M.N.V Pallavi, HER Clinic offers comprehensive treatment for stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and other UI issues.

Why Does Urinary Leakage Happen?

Several factors can contribute to UI:

  • Weak Pelvic Floor: Pregnancy, childbirth, and aging can weaken pelvic floor muscles, leading to stress incontinence (leaks during coughs, exercise).

  • Overactive Bladder: This condition triggers sudden, strong urges to urinate, even when the bladder isn't full.

  • Neurological Issues: Conditions like MS may affect bladder control.

  • UTIs: Urinary tract infections can irritate the bladder and cause leakage.

Symptoms of Urinary Incontinence:

  • Leaking urine during physical activity (stress incontinence)

  • Sudden, strong urges to urinate (urge incontinence)

  • Frequent urination day and night

  • Difficulty emptying the bladder completely

Non-Surgical Relief with Functional Magnetic Stimulation (FMS):

FMS therapy is a non-surgical option for stress incontinence and urge incontinence. It uses gentle magnetic pulses to stimulate pelvic floor muscles, improving their strength and function.

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Types of Urinary Leakage:

  • Stress Incontinence: Leaks during physical activities.

  • Urge Incontinence: Leaks due to sudden urges to urinate.

  • Mixed Incontinence: A combination of both.

  • Overflow Incontinence: Inability to empty the bladder completely.

Treatment Options for Urinary Incontinence:

HER Clinic offers a range of treatment options to address UI, including:

  • Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises (Kegels): Simple exercises to strengthen pelvic muscles.

  • Lifestyle Modifications: Weight management, bladder training, and dietary changes.

  • Medications: Medications can help relax an overactive bladder.

  • FMS Therapy: Non-surgical option to strengthen pelvic floor muscles.

  • Surgery: In some cases, surgery may be recommended.

Benefits of FMS Therapy:

  • Non-invasive and Painless: No needles or anesthesia.

  • Safe and Effective: Proven results for improving UI.

  • Convenient: Short treatment sessions with minimal disruption.

Risks of Untreated Urinary Incontinence:

Leaving UI untreated can lead to:

  • Skin irritation and infections

  • Social isolation and embarrassment

  • Impact on mental and emotional well-being

  • Is UI normal?
    No, UI is a treatable condition.
  • Am I too old for treatment?
    No, HER Clinic offers solutions for women of all ages.
  • Will I need surgery?
    Not always. Many cases respond well to non-surgical options like FMS.

Reclaim Bladder Control with HER Clinic

Don't suffer in silence.  Visakhapatnam women can experience relief from UI. Schedule a consultation with Dr. Pallavi at HER Clinic. We offer a supportive and confidential environment to discuss your concerns and develop a personalized treatment plan to help you regain control of your bladder health.

HER Clinic: Your Partner in Women's Health

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