What Causes Stress Incontinence?
There are a number of factors that can contribute to stress incontinence. Common causes are chronic coughing, weak pelvic muscles, smoking, and obesity. In women, physical changes including those from pregnancy and childbirth, bladder muscle problems and menopause can often cause urinary stress incontinence.
Non-Invasive Solution for Stress Incontinence
Your physician can determine if you have stress incontinence.
THERMiVa is a safe, non-surgical procedure for feminine vaginal rejuvenation. It is a temperature-controlled radio-frequency device used for tissue tightening and rejuvenation by means of thermal heating. For example, it is helpful in dealing with:...