Is your problem just a small leak here or there or a squirt when you cough or sneeze? How about is incontinence just an inconvenience when you try to exercise, or an embarrassment when you laugh out loud, and going jogging is out of the question. Incontinence is discussed in hushed and embarrassed snickers, but it is a subject that affects about 30 to 40 percent of all women. That percentage increases to about 50 percent for women over the age of 55 or those who have gone through menopause.
Incontinence is common, but it is not really normal, and yes, as you age, it becomes worse. Trying to discuss it with your doctor is uncomfortable, and often you don’t feel like you are taken seriously. But there are solutions, and friends have told you that surgery is the answer. Surgery works, but it is invasive and includes recovery time. Isn’t there something else?
What is Incontinence?
The layer of muscles that support your pelvic organs are the pelvic floor muscles. They cover the bottom of your pelvis and help you control the release of urine. Strong pelvic floor muscles allow you to determine when to empty your bladder and bowels, and weakened pelvic floor muscles mean your internal pelvic organs are not supported. Weak muscles mean you cannot control your urine flow.
Incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine. Incontinence is caused by:
- Stress incontinence where there is pressure on the bladder causing it to leak. This leakage is usually caused by laughing, sneezing, coughing, jumping, running, or exercising.
- Urge incontinence is the sudden intense urge to urinate,
- Mixed incontinence is a combination of urge and stress incontinence,
- Physiological changes like a vaginal delivery, pregnancy, menopause, and aging.
No matter what medical science chooses to call incontinence, it is embarrassing, uncomfortable, and causes damage to your lifestyle.
Breakthrough Treatment for Incontinence with Emsella
Revolutionary technology brings back your confidence by helping resolve issues of incontinence. The option is non-invasive and gives you the option to resolve your incontinence issues without surgery. The treatment is Emsella, it is amazing, and it works.
Emsella uses electromagnetic energy that delivers thousands of supramaximal pelvic floor muscle contractions a session. These contraction provided by Emsella is equal to 12,000 intense Kegel exercises. These contractions help your muscles relearn how to control your urine release. Emsella treatments are not uncomfortable. You may feel some tingling, but you can resume your normal activities immediately after your Emsella treatment.
You begin the treatment by sitting down on the Emsella device. Once you are sitting down and comfortable, the technician triggers the device, and electromagnetic energy will be sent into the muscles in your pelvic floor.
The treatment does not require anesthesia, nor are there any incisions. Emsella is completely non-invasive, and you can remain fully dressed during your procedure. It is a very private treatment. There may be improvements right after your first treatment. Then, results continue to improve over the next few weeks and after more treatments.
Emsella is a great option, and users report that their quality of life is vastly improved. Treatments take about 30 minutes, and most providers suggest about six sessions scheduled two times a week. It’s a great idea to have regular maintenance sessions, too. Your consultant can help you develop a schedule when it will be best to have these maintenance treatments.
Emsella will give you back your life. You will no longer need to refrain from laughing out loud, trying not to cough or sneeze, and you can get back to exercising at the gym. One of the best perks or Emsella? You won’t have to wear those bulky undergarments to help keep your clothes
dry when you sneeze or cough!
If you want to learn more about the benefits of Emsella, contact Bella Medspa Clarksville, TN, at 931-245-0500 or book an appointment online at bellamedspa.com. Just think, freedom from incontinence is just an appointment away.