Stress Urinary Incontinence or SUI occurs when urine leaks out of the bladder suddenly and without warning. It’s due to pressure being applied to the bladder and urethra which opens the sphincter muscles. Whenever a forceful action occurs such as laughing, sneezing or coughing, women with SUI dribble or spurt depending on the severity of the condition. This can cause them to feel very uncomfortable going out in public because they’re not sure when they might pee.
A Prolapsed Bladder Could Be the Culprit
Feeling an urgency to urinate isn’t unusual. It’s something that many women experience. The causes of the condition vary. A prolapsed bladder can make you feel a need to pee immediately because you no longer have strong pelvic muscles to keep you from urinating. It may result in you feeling leakage when you cough or sneeze, too.
Women who cough excessively, are overweight, have given birth, are pregnant or smoke are most likely to experience SUI. The Urology Care Foundation notes that one in three women have stress-related urinary incontinence at least once in their lives. That doesn’t mean that you can’t take matters into your own hands, however, and find the right solution to meet your needs.
Overcome Feelings of Embarrassment Easily
The embarrassment that comes with stress and urge incontinence is rather significant because it can cause you to not want to go out in public, dance, exercise or participate in team sports. It is treatable rather easily, though. If you’ve noticed a change in your pelvic muscles since giving birth or have been diagnosed with a medical condition such as a prolapsed bladder, there are things that can be done to improve your situation.
In fact, a visit to EVRNU can significantly change your life for the better by addressing your problem for good and restoring your self-confidence. SUI and Urge Incontinence will be a thing of the past in just a short time thanks to our innovative treatment options. Exploring solutions that meet your needs and exceed your expectations allows you to have better experiences socially and sexually.
What a Viveve Treatment Does to Help SUI or Urge Incontinence
A Viveve Treatment improves the overall quality of your life. It’s a treatment option that helps with stress and urge incontinence by reducing the feeling of urgency that you once felt. It tightens your vagina which prevents incontinence through the insertion of collagen using a process known as cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency (CMRF).
The long-lasting treatment option is done in one session. It requires little to no downtime, making it something you can be confident in doing. There is no pain involved or numbing cream needed. Best of all, you’ll experience results right away by not feeling an urgency to urinate due to a prolapsed bladder or stress.
EVRNU Enhances Comfort and Sexual Pleasure
This treatment option is one of several offered by EVRNU which also enhances your sexual health. Due to your condition, you may have experienced uncomfortable or infrequent sex. Thanks to the Viveve Treatment, you’ll feel more confident about your body and even have stronger and more frequent orgasms thanks to an increase in your vagina’s tightness.