All of the symptoms of urinary incontinence fall under different categories that identify which one a patient is suffering from. There are a total of five categories that are determined by the symptoms one exhibits.
Urge incontinence: Urge incontinence involves a large amount of urine leakage unexpectedly, which also includes when one is asleep.
Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence is the leaking of a very little amount of urine when one coughs, sneezes, plays a sport, or strains themselves in any way.
Functional incontinence: Functional incontinence is the loss of urine before one can get to the toilet.
Overflow incontinence: Overflow incontinence is leakage due to a bladder not fully emptied.
Mixed incontinence: Mixed incontinence is when there are two or more types of urinary incontinence prevalent in an individual.
EMSELLA FOR URINARY INCONTINENCE TREATMENT IN MELBOURNE
At Cosmetic Skin Doctors Clinic, we offer an effective treatment for urinary incontinence in Melbourne – the BTL EMSELLA, introduced by BTL aesthetics. BTL EMSELLA is a non-invasive treatment to help bring an end to incontinence and offer a better quality of life to those suffering from it.
Most procedures that help in treating urinary incontinence run other risks such as a burn or offer only superficial treatment. They are also invasive, requiring a vaginal probe. On the other hand, EMSELLA offers better relief and proven outcomes while being comfortable and safe.
EMSELLA is ideal as a urinary incontinence treatment for both men and women, irrespective of their age, showing life-changing outcomes. Through the treatment, one can gain control of their bladder and strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. Apart from helping eliminate the possibilities of urinary incontinence, it also helps improve one’s intimate life.
The EMSELLA treatment for urinary incontinence has proven to be a breakthrough procedure, transforming women’s intimate health for the better. The equipment uses electromagnetic energy by inducing thousands of contractions of the pelvic floor muscle.