shutterstock_80916196Urinary leakage when coughing, sneezing or laughing is a common problem for women. This leakage is known as Stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Daily physical challenges and diminished quality of life can be caused by SIU resulting in an emotional burden for many women.
 
Kegel exercises have been upheld as a  starting point to reduce the symptoms of SUI but invasive surgical procedures have better results. The problem for many women is the pain and downtimes associated with recovery along with the limits placed on future activities associated with even the most minimally invasive surgical procedures. Luckily with the introduction of advanced CO2 laser technologies there is now a safe and effective means to treating SUI.
 
How does FemiLift work to improve symptoms of SUI?
 
The FemiLift CO2 laser applies laser energy to the vaginal tissue via a holographic lens. The thermal effect is accomplished in minute segments, while the surrounding tissue stays intact. This encourages production of healthy new collagen, and elastin ultimately leading to the rejuvenation of the vaginal walls and strengthening the muscles that support the urethra. Marked reductions in urinary urgency and frequency have been reported after just one FemiLift treatment, with more than 97% patients reporting little urgency to urinate immediately after treatment.  
 
What are the advantages of the FemiLift treatment?
 
The FemiLift CO2 laser treatment yields outstanding results in the treatment of stress urinary incontinence  with no adverse effects reported to date. The main advantages of this cutting edge treatment include better bladder control, zero downtime or surgery, and an overall improvement in quality of life.
 
Are there any side effects that accompany the FemiLift treatment?
 
The minimally invasive FemiLift treatment requires no anesthesia and yields rapid improvements, with no downtime or aftercare.. What’s more, this laser technology has been expertly developed to produce powerful results in fewer sessions than other lasers available on the market.
 
For more information about how the FDA-approved FemiLift treatment can help you combat the symptoms of urinary incontinence contact us by phone at 281-398-8639, at option 2 and schedule your free consultation at our clinic in Katy, Texas.