Urinary incontinence can cover a variety of conditions and can encompass anything from a little bit of leaking urine to a major loss of bladder control. While urinary incontinence does not usually suggest a serious health condition, it can be quite embarrassing and uncomfortable. At Cohen Medical Practice, we offer options for treating urinary incontinence and reducing incontinence events.
What Are the Types of Urinary Incontinence?
The two types of urinary incontinence in women we typically see in women are stress incontinence and urge incontinence. Stress incontinence refers to stress on the bladder that may lead to unexpected and sudden leaking in certain situations, while urge incontinence is a sudden, overwhelming desire to evacuate the bladder as soon as possible. Both can be very distressing, especially if you are experiencing this for the first time.
What Are the Causes?
Often, urinary incontinence, especially stress incontinence, can be a consequence of pregnancy, as pregnancy can weaken the pelvic floor, meaning less support for the bladder. Multiple pregnancies and the effects of aging can exacerbate this condition. While not everyone will experience this issue as they get older or after pregnancy, some incontinence is not all that uncommon.
How Do We Address Urinary Incontinence?
Our goal is to strengthen and rejuvenate the vaginal area to offer better bladder support and reduce incidences of incontinence. We offer a non-invasive labiaplasty procedure that is fast, safe, and effective for this purpose. At your consultation, we can go into detail about how this procedure works and help you determine whether it is right for you and your incontinence issues. TempSure® Vitalia is a non-surgical option that reduces vaginal laxity to improve incontinence issues. Book now to find out if Vitalia is right for you.
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At Cohen Medical Practice, our staff is prepared to meet the treatment needs of all kinds of women with a wide range of symptoms. We offer a safe, confidential environment where you can discuss your concerns with our staff in English, Spanish, Korean, or Russian. To schedule a consultation at our Columbus Circle, Madison Avenue, or Rego Park, Queens office, just click the button below to schedule online or give us a call at (347)-545-2520.