If you are experiencing painful urination, you may have a medical condition called dysuria. The vConfidence Certified Doctors in Glendale and Surprise, AZ, have a simple and painless procedure that can help you gain relief from this uncomfortable problem.
What is Dysuria?
Dysuria is the general term for any medical condition that causes painful, burning, uncomfortable or difficult urination. More women than men suffer from dysuria. Thankfully, this condition can be treated and resolved by a vConfidence Certified Doctor in Glendale and Surprise, Arizona.
There are several known causes of dysuria. Low levels of estrogen, which can cause atrophy of the vaginal tissue, is one cause. Urinary tract infections and diabetes are two other causes. Individuals with bladder problems are at a higher risk of experiencing painful urination. Other causes of dysuria include radiation treatments or chemotherapy cancer drugs. Regardless of the cause, a doctor at vConfidence can help you find relief from pain and discomfort when urinating.
How Does vConfidence Treat Dysuria?
In many cases, pain, burning or discomfort during urination is a sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI). However, there can be other or additional causes of this condition known as dysuria. Don’t expect these symptoms to go away by themselves. Seek professional help to get an accurate evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment for your specific situation.
If the cause is a urinary tract infection, the vConfidence Certified Doctors in Glendale and Surprise, Arizona, can discover the underlying cause. By treating the cause, the repeated occurrence of this highly uncomfortable medical condition can be massively improved. The sooner you are diagnosed and treated, the sooner you will be on the road to recovery.
The solution is simple. The vConfidence doctors use a tissue regenerating radio frequency procedure or fractional CO2 lasers. This painless procedure is conveniently conducted in the office – not in a hospital. During your procedure, a medical instrument will deliver a controlled burst of energy through a probe inserted into the vagina. Without any pain at all, a laser removes a tiny area of tissue, creating a pinhole about the width of a human hair.
The body responds to this treatment by creating healthy tissues in the area of the vagina where the treatment took place. This causes a generation of collagen fibers, resulting in increased elasticity within the vagina.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
The procedures conducted by a vConfidence Certified Doctor in Glendale or Surprise, AZ, will require three treatments over the course of several weeks. Each treatment takes less than 10 minutes to complete.
Will There Be Any Downtime?
There is no need for downtime with the dysuria treatments received at vConfidence. There are only three brief visits, each lasting about 10 minutes. There are no needles, no surgery and no anesthesia involved. The treatments are simple, convenient, painless, safe and effective.
What Are The Results?
Most people experience almost immediate improvement after just one treatment. Complete resolution of the dysuria condition and symptoms should result after completing the full course of treatments.
Symptoms of pain, discomfort or burning while urinating are not normal. They are a sign of dysuria, a medical problem that needs attention. The surest way to get relief from this condition is to be treated by the medical professionals at vConfidence in Glendale and Surprise, Arizona. Treatment will bring the relief you need to urinate without pain. Contact us now to arrange your consultation. Find a vConfidence Certified Doctor near you. Contact us now!
Dr. Scott Gulinson, a vConfidence approved physician, founded the Millennium Laser and Aesthetics Center in Glendale, Arizona in 2008. Dr. Gulinson is a fully trained and Board Certified Women’s Healthcare expert, and he has been in practice since 1999. Dr. Gulinson earned his undergraduate degree from Washington University and attended medical school at the University of Colorado.
Dr. Narinder Brar is board certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in OB/GYN. Dr. Brar is passionate about gynecology and obstetrics and is able to marry her expertise in OB/GYN and surgery by offering surgical procedures including hysterectomies, oophorectomy, uterine ablation, treatment of uterine prolapse, excessive vaginal bleeding and a variety of laparoscopic procedures.
Dr. Rebecca Branaman is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Kansas City, Kansas. She completed her residency at the Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Branaman is proud to offer the vConfidence procedure at her practice as a safe, non-surgical solution to address women’s vaginal health concerns including urinary incontinence, lack of sensation, dryness, and recurrent infection.