Will Urinary Incontinence Go Away on Its Own?

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There isn’t anything more annoying than have to run to the bathroom regularly, but those with urinary incontinence deal with this often. Suffering from these symptoms of leaks and accidents when you are trying to laugh at the joys of life or naturally cough. But can you reverse urinary incontinence and get back to your life?

Options for relief for urinary incontinence give women suffering with it a hope for not having to hang out all the time in the bathroom. Stop hurting from this annoying symptom today!

Information about Urinary Incontinence in Women

Urinary incontinence is an involuntary leakage of urine. One type of urinary leakage occurs in women when they cough, laugh, sneeze or perform physical activities. Other times, there is a sudden urge to urinate right after a woman has just gone to the bathroom. This sudden loss of bladder control can cause embarrassment during everyday life.

Issues with the pelvic floor muscles cause loss of bladder control. Women who have gone through pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause may be more at risk than other women, as these things affect the strength of those pelvic muscles.

Possible Relief for Urinary Incontinence

Is urinary incontinence curable by itself? There isn’t one-all cure for the condition, but you have certain options for relief, so you are taking back control and not losing your day in the bathroom. Try out several of these options to discover a difference in your condition and potential for reverse urinary incontinence.

Natural relief remedies

If you prefer more natural relief for urinary incontinence, options are available for you without the need of medicine. Many women choose a more natural treatment for urine leakage. Some women try bladder retraining. With this method, you schedule when you use the restroom throughout the day and gradually extend the time in between your trips to retrain your body to hold urine longer.

Other women try Kegel exercises, which work to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles that hold the urine. However, these two methods are sometimes temporary and cannot keep the leakage away for good.

Femilift treatment

For those of you not wanting to take the natural route for relief for urinary incontinence, Femilift is a short, painless in-office procedure helping to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and can also revitalize sexual feeling in women. The process gives more permanent results to treat urinary incontinence than at-home solutions.

Femilift uses a high-precision Alma CO2 with a 360-degree rotation capability to apply thermal energy and assists in vaginal mucosa revitalization and ultimately results in tightening and lubricating effect. Women have seen phenomenal results and solutions for vaginal issues like urinary incontinence, childbirth, and menopause.

Discover Femilift for Relief of Urinary Incontinence

If you are tired of running in and out of the bathroom due to this vaginal issue, give Femilift a try for a potential solution. Dr. Lynn Kowalski will walk you through the entire process and ensure you instantly feel the difference. Contact us today to see how Femilift can help you!