Urinary Stress Incontinence Lipogems Treatment
Our exclusive Lipogems® treatment uses your own regenerative cells to restore your vaginal health. A single visit offers a solution to a wide range of conditions including Urinary Stress Incontinence.
What is Urinary Stress Incontinence?
Urinary incontinence is the unintentional loss of urine. Stress incontinence happens when physical movement or activity and is not related to physcological stress.
Female urinary stress incontinence occurs when your pelvic muscles weaken. These muscles form a bowl that lines your pelvis. They support your bladder and control the release of your urine. As you get older these pelvic muscles weaken, childbirth and pelvic surgery can also weaken these muscles.
Activities that can put stress on your bladder include:
- Lifting heavy objects or straining
- Bending over
How can the Regenerative Clinic help treat Urinary Stress Incontinence?
To find out more about how the Regenerative Clinic can treat symptoms of Stress Incontinence and to see whether this might be the right treatment for you, book a consultation with one of our consultant gynaecologists. For more information about the procedure and aftercare please visit our FAQ page.
Consultant Gynaecologist, Miss Shohreh Beski explains how Lipogems® can help…
“My special interest is in the menopause as I am one of those ladies who has gone through that and I have seen and felt myself, what problems it brings.
For women at this age, their vagina and vulva can be affected by the decrease of hormones and they can often tell me that they do not wish to have any further sexual intercourse and this is because of the dryness and pain experienced.
The new technique, which I am excited about is our Lipogems® treatment. It has been used for painful joints (orthopaedics) in over 30,000 patients by extracting repair cells or Mesenchymal stem cells and seeing joint pain decrease. We have also seen great benefits for postmenopausal women by restoring vaginal health.
We have seen the significant benefits of their postmenopausal symptoms and also how it worked in other ways which we didn’t expect for example, for urinary stress incontinence.”