Urinary incontinence – or “bladder leaks” – is an embarrassing problem that can affect women of all ages. Incontinence typically becomes more common after childbirth, or post-menopause. As many as one out of three women experience bladder leakage when they laugh, sneeze, cough or workout.
Fortunately, new, advanced, minimally-invasive treatments are available that can minimize or eliminate urinary incontinence. At Contemporary Obstetrics & Gynecology, we offer both state-of-the-art non-surgical MonaLisa Touch laser treatments and Interstim neuromodulation therapy – to reduce or abolish certain types of urinary incontinence.
Our OBGYNs can also prescribe medications, topical estrogen, and pelvic floor therapy to treat urinary incontinence noninvasively. For more severe urinary incontinence, where surgery is the better option, our board certified surgeons offer less invasive laparoscopic & robotic surgery. In some cases, urethral bulking collagen injections may be used to build up the thickness of the wall of the urethra, so it seals tightly when holding back urine.
Women do not need to suffer in silence with frustrating urinary incontinence. Contact Contemporary Obstetrics & Gynecology today and get relief from the inconvenience and embarrassment of bladder leaks.