PRP Therapy To Treat Female Urinary Incontinence

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Female urinary incontinence or bladder issues are very common for women who have given birth and is widely accepted as part of the ageing process.

Urinary incontinence is labelled as the involuntary passage of urine without any conscious control. It is often seen as embarrassing and accepted as incurable, however, this does not need to be so as there are treatments with high success rates such as PRP Therapy.

What is female urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is the leaking of small amounts of urine when laughing or coughing or it can also be the complete loss of bladder control in some more serious cases.

What causes female bladder incontinence?

Although seen as part of the ageing process, urinary incontinence can occur due to a variety of reasons and is due to a weakening of pelvic floor muscles. It is common to suffer from this issue after childbirth.

PRP Therapy to treat urinary incontinence

PRP Therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy) can help women control their flow of urine by rebuilding their body’s own natural collagen and tightening the vaginal tissue.

This natural procedure is actually very simple and quite effective.

The PRP treatment for bladder and vaginal rejuvenation is seen as one of the most reliable, safest and cost-effective treatments available for urinary incontinence in women.
The treatment involves taking the patient’s own blood, placing it in a centrifuge to separate the plasma which contains the natural collagen from the other elements of the blood and then injecting the final solution into specific tissues.

To treat urinary incontinence, the solution is injected in the urethra region releasing growth factors that stimulate the body’s own tissue repair function and regeneration around the bladder.

This procedure is performed with minimal discomfort and has very little recovery time.

Results are felt within just one week of having the treatment and improvement continues over several weeks. This means a reduction or eliminated need for medications to treat urinary incontinence and in most cases a complete cure of the condition.

In addition to decreased urinary incontinence, PRP treatments can also increase lubrication, can increase sexual desire and result in stronger orgasms.

Get in touch for a discreet chat with our founder, Amanda Bradshaw, to find out if PRP could work for you.

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