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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence affects millions of women. Let us help avoid any embarrassing moments with our urinary incontinence procedure. You’ll never worry again.

From 1 to 1:30 hours
From 2 to 5 days

Why this procedure?

Losing control over urination can cause extremely embarrassing moments. Simple actions such as a sudden cough, sneezing, laughing, lifting a heavy object or exercising, suddenly turn into your worst nightmare because they can cause involuntary leakages of urine and make you feel humiliated. If this is happening to you it is due to the pressure inside your bladder being superior to the pressure on your urethra, and it’s time we do something about it. Learn about our urinary incontinence procedure that will change your life for the better.

What happens during an urinary incontinence procedure?

During this procedure, our surgeons intend to close the patient’s urethra and bladder neck. First, they make an incision inside the patient’s vagina and above the pubic hair line. Then, they create a “strap” from the tissue or other synthetic material, which they pass under the patient’s urethra and bladder neck and attach it to the tissues in the patient’s lower belly.

  • Returns control over urination.
  • Boosts self confidence.
  • Fast recovery.

Our initial cost includes:

  • Surgical fees
  • Hospitalization expenses
  • Anesthesia and Anesthesiologist
  • Preoperative Analysis: Laboratory tests and EKG- Cardiologist Evaluation- (the EKG is perform in patients that are 40 years old and older)
  • Medical Care (Nurses)
  • Three months of free consultations and follow up visits after surgery

The following are considered extra expenses:

  • Special compressive garment (if applicable)
  • Medication (antibiotics and analgesic treatment)
  • Overnight stay in Clinic or Hotel (if applicable)

Women who:

  • Are in good health.
  • Present slight to abundant and uncontrollable leaks of urine.

After this procedure, you’ll feel so confident and relaxed you won’t even recognize yourself, but still, you’ll have to follow your surgeon’s instructions before continuing with your normal routine.

For example, it is possible that your doctor will ask you to go home with a catheter that will drain urine from the bladder to a bag during the first days after the surgery. You may experience light bleeding or vaginal secretion as well as fatigue, but it’ll all go away. Also, some discomfort, pain, bruising and/or swelling may appear, but the medication prescribed by your surgeon will help you control it.

Don’t forget to follow your surgeon’s instructions and to attend every one of your appointments. We need to work as a team to achieve the ultimate results.

(It is important to note that recovery specifications may vary depending on the procedure and the patient; our medical staff will walk you through the details of your recovery process.)

When can I resume my normal activities?

You’ll be able to return to your normal activities 2 to 5 days after the surgery.

When can I have sex again?

You’ll be able to have sexual intercourse again 4 to 6 weeks after the procedure.

Should I consider a specific time of the year to do my procedure?

Depending on the chosen procedure, some recoveries do better on winter, while others do better on the summer time. Ask your surgeon for the option that better suits your case. You should also consider periods of time in which you’ll have time to relax, like the holidays, for example.

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