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04050, Kyiv, Hertzen Street 17/25

Urinary incontinence: what to do and how to treat

It is not only medical, but also a complex social problem. How to make a career, build a personal life, be in the company, if you diagnosed with incontinence — involuntary urination, or enuresis? How to treat it properly depending on the species and is it always possible to get rid of this unpleasant disease?nederganie-mochi-2

Types of incontinence

There are more than five of such species , but the main and most common:

  • stress;
  • urgent;
  • Mixed urinary incontinence (combined symptoms of the first two versions).

According to international studies, stress urinary incontinence in women and men makes to 50%, a mixed form — more than 30%, the remaining 20% — urgent.

Causes of Urinary Incontinence

Stress incontinence occurs because of the tension (sneezing, coughing, laughing, etc.).

In women, stress incontinence is most common after a difficult childbirth, accompanied by uterine rupture, during perimenopause, and urinary incontinence in men — after surgical interventions, when prostate adenoma.

The main reason for female stress incontinence is a violation estrogen production. Male — chronic diseases of the genital organs,in which there was no visit to the doctor for months and years.

Other causes

  • Heavy physical exertion.
  • Diseases of the respiratory system, is often accompanied by a cough.
  • Increased intra-abdominal pressure.

Urgent incontinence — a strong and uncontrollable impulses to urinate that can not be stopped. Spasm of the bladder and the urge occurs even after a small filling of it. Need to go to the toilet occurs at day and night, every 2 hours, and even more often.

Causes

  • Overactive bladder (OAB).
  • Tumors.
  • Inflammatory diseases of the genital organs (in women — urinary tract inflammation, chronic urethritis, cystitis).
  • Age (over 60 years).

Mixed incontinence form accompanied by symptoms of the first and second groups. Their severity is different, symptoms may appear in a complex or isolated.

How to treat urinary incontinence

Modern medicine treats urinary incontinence more than 200 ways.

Modern methods of treatment of stress urinary incontinence are divided into conservative and surgical. They are divided into two large groups: conservative and surgical. The second group of methods is used only if the first has not brought results.

Conservative treatment

  • Drug therapy (injections, oral medications).
  • Biofeedback: training of the pelvic floor muscles under the supervision of a physician
  • Modern methods of physical therapy (laser therapy and electrotherapy BTL-500, micro-currents).
  • Hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
  • Physiotherapy.

The doctor chooses the best technique that combines all of these methods, or used as a standalone monomethod.

Pills and injections

Drug therapy is used for all types of urinary incontinence. However, the best effect is achieved with the urgent form. Medications can help reduce the frequency of bladder contractions and increase its capacity. Mainly used spasmolytics and antidepressants.

HRT

Before use this method, patients should be tested for hormones. The most common cause of urinary incontinence in women is the lack of estrogen and progestin. Their production decreases dramatically with age, before menopause, in times of stress. Hormone therapy allows the body to replenish reserves with the right hormones. It improves blood circulation, the collagen begins to produce, firming the muscles of the pelvic floor. Enhances the ability of muscles to shrink, ligaments become more elastic.

Pelvic floor muscles training(for women)

This method takes time and the right approach. That is why it is carried out only with the doctor, and then you can switch to home exercise. It determines the correct mode and the intensity of the contractions of the external sphincter muscle of the urethra, is controlled by correct contractions of the anal external sphincter. Treatment of urinary incontinence in women naturally, gives good results.

BTL-5000 Laser therapy

Electromagnetic lasers with a low energy radiation activate all processes in the organism as a whole. They act as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, relaxing muscles, suppressing the overactive bladder, accelerate recovery. Laser therapy is particularly effective in diseases of the male prostate, which are often accompanied by symptoms of urinary incontinence.

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Our experts will choose the best method for you to solve your problems. Professional consultation and diagnosis will help to quickly get rid of urinary incontinence with a modern foreign equipment.

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