Urinary Incontinence Treatment in San Diego, CA

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At Allurant Regenerative Medical Spa, our compassionate staff knows the dilemma and anxiety you may encounter when you have urinary incontinence. Also known as urine leakage, the condition can develop when physical stress is placed on the muscles in the bladder, like when you cough, sneeze, laugh, or engage in strenuous activity. This involuntary issue is often the result of normal shifts connected to childbirth, pregnancy, and menopause. Our professional team uses the Alma FemiLift Pixel CO2 laser technology to perform urinary incontinence treatment. This noninvasive treatment helps to boost your body’s own formation of collagen and elastin, which can bolster your urethral sphincters and address leakage. Contact our office in San Diego, CA to learn more and schedule a consultation.


How many treatments will I need?

The correct number of sessions needed to address bladder leakage will vary based on your unique issue. Typically, you can expect 2 – 3 appointments stretched out over the course of several weeks. As soon as our team has a chance to meet you and identify your symptoms firsthand at Allurant Regenerative Medical Spa in San Diego, CA, we can present a more specific idea of your laser treatment plan.

What are the different types and causes of urinary incontinence?

All of us have specific muscles and nerves within our bodies that aid our bladder in its ability to retain urine. In the event that these nerves and muscles incur too much pressure, it can considerably impact our capability to urinate. Females are especially at risk for bladder control issues since there are a few specific circumstances that can directly prompt the condition, including childbirth, menopause, and pregnancy. There are several types of urinary incontinence, like:


Is urinary incontinence permanent?

No, urinary incontinence can be addressed with several methods. In particular situations, such as when the patient is dealing with a UTI, constipation, or vaginal infection, it is likely to recover on its own after the urinary system is restored to full health. More severe issues may require attention that could stretch out over a number of months or weeks, according to a number of considerations. These issues ordinarily arise when a person has weak pelvic floor muscles or damage to the nerves.

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