A vConfidence certified doctor in Sarasota and Tampa, FL brings to you the latest technology, using the best fractional CO2 laser and RF technology to reduce symptoms of urinary incontinence.

What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary continence occurs as a result of traditional vaginal births in women between the ages of 20 and 40 who are not affected by reduced estrogen levels. After pregnancy (postpartum) and after menopause, your estrogen level can drop or be drastically reduced. This can also occur after the treatment of cancer or trauma or even due to factors caused by genetic and other aging-related factors. When this occurs, the regeneration of the tissues of muscular structures are halted, which leads to failure of the bladder and urinary tract causing incontinence.

What all this means is that when your body slows down its collagen production cycle, you are more susceptible to develop urinary incontinence. The four major forms of urinary incontinence are:

  • Stress Incontinence
  • Urge Incontinence
  • Overflow Incontinence
  • Overactive Bladder

Stress Incontinence

Stress incontinence happens when your bladder leaks urine during physical activity or exercise. It can happen anytime causing you great discomfort and embarrassment. It can occur when you cough, lift something heavy, when you are working out or simply when you change your body posture. Stress incontinence symptoms can be embarrassing for every woman, just as its name implies, stress incontinence brings stress to its victims because you will not know when your bladder will leak next.

Urge Incontinence

Urge incontinence occurs when you no longer feel the natural urge to go and urinate at the appropriate time. Naturally, the body is designed to warn you whenever you need to go and urinate, giving you sufficient time to get to the bathroom. When you no longer feel that urge and your bladder leaks urine when you start to feel the urge, then your problem is urge incontinence. The urge no longer occurs and even when it does, it will be too late for you to get to the bathroom.

Overflow Incontinence

Whenever you find yourself leaking urine without having the urge to ease yourself or doing it involuntarily, then you should consult a specialist for you might have the overflow incontinence. This symptom can occur during the day or even while you sleep and can generally be described as the inability to control urination in women, causing great embarrassment and discomfort.

Overactive Bladder

Overactive bladder is a malfunction of the bladder. When your bladder starts failing in its storage functional capacity, this will result in the urge to go and urinate. When this urge becomes very strong and difficult, it leads to the involuntary loss of urine or incontinence. When you find yourself leaking urine after a sudden urge to go and urinate, then you have an overactive bladder.

Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Sarasota and Tampa, FL

Renowned for our specialty in vaginal rejuvenation, vConfidence certified doctors specialize in the effective treatment of feminine incontinence. Using our RF and laser vaginal resurfacing treatments, we will stimulate biosynthesis of new collagen by working on the mucosa wall and triggering a tissue regeneration process. This procedure is easy, stress-free, and painless and has speedy recovery.

You can contact a vConfidence certified doctor in Sarasota and Tampa, FL today for easy and stress-free procedures that will put an end to all your urinary incontinence troubles.

Dr. Kelly Ann Shedd-Hartman provides holistic obstetrical care as well as gynecology services. As a member of the vConfidence team, Dr. Kelly Ann Shedd-Hartman helps women improve their vaginal health.

Dr. Ron Shemesh is a medical doctor with more than 20 years of expertise in integrative and holistic medicine. A published author in medical textbooks, he is dedicated to helping women improve their quality of health and lifestyle.

Dr. Michael Swor has trained with some of the most respected gynecologists in the country. He received his medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine and completed his ObGyn specialty training at the University of Florida in Jacksonville.