Urinary Incontinence

 

Urinary incontinence is the inability to control one’s bladder. This includes small leakage from the bladder while laughing, coughing, sneezing, dancing, running or ever getting out of bed. Many women alter their lifestyles to accommodate their bladder weakness, limiting outings and exercise. Women avoid social outings and activities, sex and exercise to avoid embarrassment. This is usually as a result of the weakening of the urinary sphincter muscles. People suffering from this condition find it hard to hold in their urine. The level of severity is different among different people. There are people with urinary incontinence who have no control over their bladder whereas others have very minimal.

  • Do you experience urinary urgency and incontinence?
  • Are you plagued by relentless vaginal dryness, irritation, and itchiness?
  • Have burning and painful Intercourse become something you have accepted as the new norm?
  • Are you having pain after delivery of a child secondary to an episiotomy scar and sex just isn’t what it used to be?

You don’t have to suffer any longer. The time to treat your incontinence is now before symptoms progress and necessitate a more invasive approach. Kennesaw Gynecology offers the O-Shot, a non-surgical procedure that uses your own growth factors to stimulate vaginal and clitoral rejuvenation. The amazing and powerful growth factors once in place activates the Orgasm System. The O-Shot injection has also been demonstrated to be highly effective for urinary stress incontinence.

Additionally, V-LASE is a safe, painless, non-surgical office treatment for vaginal and vulvar tissue rejuvenation.

By using the Chopped Sequence fractional non-ablation C02 laser technology in the vaginal area, the heat that is absorbed in the vaginal mucosa will remodel (shrink and tighten) existing collagen, create new superficial blood vessels which help to restore vaginal moisture and normal vaginal pH.  This, in turn, causes the improvement and ultimate cessation of vaginal itching, burning, and painful intercourse.  Over the long term, the use of the V-LASE creates a thick layer of new collagen to thicken, tighten, and decrease the diameter of the vaginal canal for greater sexual satisfaction.  When the vulva is treated, it can shrink and soften the labia and cause healing and relief from the trauma the delivery caused. This includes episiotomy scars as well.

All of this can be accomplished without hormones!

There are other lasers on the market which suggest that they are better.  Come in for an appointment and let us explain why V-LASE is better than the others!

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