Urinary Incontinence

Prevent embarrassing bladder leaks


Improve Loss of Bladder Control

Urinary Incontinence or bladder leaks can occur at any age and whether it is temporary or consistent, they can be an embarrassing and life-altering problem. Light bladder leaks can occur during menstruation, and pregnancy, when sneezing, laughing, coughing, and even directly following urination. Medical issues such as diabetes, and urinary tract infections (UTI’s), can also cause bladder leakage and some medications may improve the condition.

Although your chances of urinary incontinence increase with the aging of your bladder muscles, you can benefit from treatments that will help you to get back to your regular activities without wearing bladder leakage products. You don’t need to live with bladder leaks, there are safe and effective solutions that can help.

What can be done?

How You Can Reduce Your Bladder Leaks

You can reduce bladder leaks with our recommended non-surgical treatments. Although you can’t always prevent bladder leaks, you can decrease them by consistently practicing the below:

  • Practice pelvic floor exercises to strengthen your muscles,
  • Maintain a healthy weight,
  • Eat more fiber to help prevent constipation, which is a cause of urinary incontinence,
  • Avoid bladder irritants like alcohol, caffeine, and acidic foods, and
  • Avoid smoking

Our Treatments

Available Treatments for Urinary Incontinence

During your consultation, we will evaluate your symptoms to determine the type of urinary incontinence to recommend the right treatments available to you.

diVa® Laser Vaginal Therapy

This non-surgical treatment is great if you are experiencing issues with urinary incontinence and other vaginal concerns.

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The 'O-Shot' helps you experience noticeable improvements by improving your vaginal stimulation, enhancing your sexual sensation.

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