"A Woman's Guide to Urinary Incontinence"
If yes, then you could be suffering from incontinence and we have the treatment for you.
Urinary incontinence is characterized by involuntary leakage of urine from the bladder. This includes small amounts of urine that are dispelled with laughing or coughing, as well as the complete inability to control your bladder. Urinary incontinence is classified into two categories: stress incontinence and urge incontinence.
Stress incontinence is the leakage of urine in small doses as a result of an increase abdominal pressure caused by other body reactions or activities, such as sneezing, laughing, exercise, lifting or coughing. Stress incontinence, in many cases, is due to a loss of support from the urethra. It is commonly observed as a consequence of damage to pelvic support structures that occur during childbirth or trauma.
Urge incontinence also known as overactive bladder, is a dysfunction caused by uninhibited contractions of the detrusor muscle. When these contractions occur, the bladder leaks large amounts of urine and often does not give you sufficient warning to get to the bathroom in time.
Both types of urinary incontinence are often related underlying medical conditions, however, in general, the condition is largely unreported to medical practitioners. Many individuals feel embarrassed or that solutions do not exist and therefore address the issue without inquiring further.
Symptoms of urinary incontinence are a progressive problem that gets worse over time unless treated. Urinary incontinence affects women of all ages, which can contribute to decreased self-confidence, depression and a lower quality of life. You may even find that you avoid activities and social settings for fear of embarrassing moments that you believe are beyond your control. Many women may even avoid sexual activity and exercise to avoid the risk of embarrassment. Studies have shown that there is a clear link between incontinence in women and depression. An article published in Obstetrics & Gynecology found that in women experiencing incontinence, the likelihood to be diagnosed with depression increased threefold. Without treatment, you may find that multiple aspects of your life seemingly spiral out of control.
You do not have to take medication, wear adult diapers or have surgical procedures. Find out how the O-shot treatment, a PRP treatment completed in about 2 hours, can resolve your struggles with urinary incontinence