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Treatment of Urinary Incontinence by Laser

Treatment of Urinary Incontinence by Laser

What is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a condition in which a person cannot hold urine in his daily life, urine comes out involuntarily.

Urinary incontinence can be easily treated in women who restrict the many activities of women in daily life and force their social life.

In the face of a urinary incontinence problem where women are generally embarrassed to talk about, they have to live with the pads, your doctor should take the correct treatment by identifying the problem. Laser or surgical methods can be used as a urine removal treatment.

In everyday life, the proportion of women who have had this urinary incontinence problem because of laughing, coughing, sneezing, even when climbing stairs, has been seen from around 1 out of 4 people.

What is Laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment (Incontilase)?

Laser urine incontinence treatment is a process that has been popular in recent years and whose results are sometimes more successful and much more comfortable than surgical techniques. Since it is not a surgical procedure, no incision is made, the wound healing time is also not expected and the healing will be very fast. It is also known as the contilase process.

In the case of incontinence problems, laser treatments in recent years have been very successful, and the persistence of the process has proven itself. It eliminates the problem of urinary incontinence by providing tightness in the muscles and structures associated with laser-specific system and urinary urination.

Urinary Incontinence Types

Stress-type urinary incontinence: This type of urination is a leakage of urine in the event of coughing, sneezing, laughter, which increases the intra-abdominal pressure with weight. The cause is mainly due to lack of collagen or weakening of pelvic muscles.

Compression type urinary incontinence: What we call an overactive bladder is that a large amount of urine is leaking out of the urethra while going to satisfy the need for a toilet. The need to go to the bathroom suddenly appears and urination begins at this stage. The reason you're urinating here is because your muscles start contracting involuntarily.

Mixed Type (Mix incontinence): Stress and compression type is the name given to the combination of urinary incontinence.

Why Do Women Have Urinary Incontinence Problem?

Women don't have a single reason for urinary incontinence. Although it is considered age related to urination by many of our patients, it is observed that the bladder incontinence situation has emerged from many different causes after examinations.

We Can List the Causes of Urinary Incontinence As Follows:

  • Infections that have formed and spread in the bladder,
  • Infections that have formed in the vagina
  • Difficult or multiple births have been made,
  • Conditions related to the change of hormones,
  • Formation of a tumor in the bladder,
  • Weakening November related tissues as a result of aging (decrease in collagen and weakening of pelvic muscles),
  • Frequent constipation,
  • Operations that have already been performed,
  • Nervous disorders,
  • Obesity(the condition of being overweight).

What Is the Cause of Urinary Incontinence?

Depending on the patient, the cause is changing and depending on age-dependent, genetic factors or daily life habits, over time, muscle tissue is weakening, collagen tissue is reduced, or large birth can cause urine loss.

In addition, problems with bladder, vaginal problems, infectious situations and nervous system disorders can cause the structure to be incontrollable by the body to urinary incontinence.

Urinary Incontinence Treatment Methods

  • Treatment of Urinary Incontinence with Laser
  • TVT Surgery
  • TOT Surgery
  • Kegel Exercises

Urinary incontinence is treated with surgical methods, as well as laser urinary incontinence treatment is also performed today.

Depending on the severity of the urinary incontinence problem, it is also advisable to change the lifestyle and apply specific exercises. The detection and treatment of the cause of the functional disturbance here protects patients from repeated urinary incontinence and failure of the procedure.

Urinary Incontinence Surgery for Women

There are 2 types of surgical procedures if process is to be performed surgically. The patient’s complaint is heard about which surgical method to apply, and the method is determined by age and type of urinary incontinence. After the best method is applied, the patient’s quality of life will increase and be able to avoid complaints.

Here's how we can list surgical urinary incontinence operations performed by surgery. They're also called hanger surgeries. The method difference here can vary depending on the patient's condition. These methods are suitable for patients who have previously been medicated, operated on, or have had incontinence problems in daily activities such as coughing, sneezing or climbing stairs.

Urinary Incontinence Surgery Types

TVT Urinary Incontinence Surgery: Transvaginal Tape uses bands that are specially produced for these diseases, which can be integrated into the body over time. The bladder is grasped at the bottom to bring the bladder to a certain level, making it a hanger, allowing the bladder to reach its normal level. It is processed from the lower abdomen and the small openings opened by the vagina. These yarns will fall automatically because the yarns that are lost in the process and are very little in the degree of trace.

TOT Urinary Incontinence Surgery: Trans obturator Tape is performed with special production bands, such as TVT surgery. This method and TVT are very similar, but it is more of a doctor's decision than the patient decision to use TOT or TVT. This method also allows the bladder to reach the appropriate level using the hanger method.

It is important for the recovery process that the patient informing the doctor about the medications they used before the surgery, stops eating until 12 hours before the surgery and follows the doctor's instructions after the surgery.

The bleeding stops exactly the same day or the next day. For a while, the doctor details the points the patient will be paying attention to during feeding and eating.

Treatment of Urinary Incontinence by Laser in Turkey

Laser urinary incontinence treatment is a highly comfortable process where pain is not felt, the person can continue their daily life comfortably after treatment. Laser urine incontinence treatment in our Bursa clinic generally lasts 3 sessions.

During sessions every three weeks, the procedures performed with the Fractional laser device are not surgical, so there is no need for anesthesia. Since laser urinary incontinence treatment Bursa is an unsurgical method, the healing process is short and the treatment is very effective. Each session takes about 20 minutes and the patient can leave as soon as the procedure is performed.

In Turkey, we have been making urinary incontinence treatment with a fractional laser for years with a huge success rate and a permanent basis.

How to Laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment for Women?

For the urinary incontinence treatment, after determined that the patient is possible to treat with a fractional Laser, the patient is taken to the gynecological table.

With the speculum positions the patient and increases the production of collagen around them with laser pulses to the front wall of the vagina with the fractional Laser (Monalisa Touch Laser) probe, and provides strength along the bladder neck and urine channel while strengthening the bond tissue.

Laser shots do not cause pain or hurt. There will only be a warm-up feeling that the patient will feel a small amount of.

Our fractional Laser Device is the world's most effective in urinary incontinence ‘the Mona Lisa Touch Laser’.

The Price of Laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment

The price of laser urine incontinence treatment can be different in each treatment unit. The quality of the process can differentiate the price of urinary incontinence treatment with many factors, such as the activity of the device used, the city in which the process is performed.

You can reach out to us about the prices of urinary incontinence treatment we have made with the Monalisa Touch Laser (Fractional Laser) in Turkey.

Is Laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment Effective?

Laser urinary incontinence treatment is a very effective and painless procedure that does not require anesthesia, so it is a procedure that can be performed comfortably.

Is laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment Permanent?

Laser urinary incontinence treatment is permanent, but there is a risk that it will occur independently of this process, due to aging, infectious conditions or damage to the nerve system.

Is laser Urinary Incontinence Treatment Performed in Turkey Hospitals?

Public hospitals do not have the Monalisa Touch Laser devices we use, so there is no laser treatment in state hospitals. Monalisa Touch Laser devices are available in private hospitals or private offices, laser and urine incontinence treatment can be performed in our Bursa clinic or hospital environments.

Op. Dr. Barış Korkmaz
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