Female urinary incontinence is a frustrating issue that many women face after childbirth, or they may have accepted it as just another part of getting older. If you’re suffering from it yourself, chances are you may not have told anyone, including your doctor. Thanks to some amazing medical advances, this is no longer a problem that women have to live with. In fact, there are several ways that the doctors at the biostation and I are treating this issue, and our patients couldn’t be happier.
Why Does Incontinence Occur?
Female incontinence can occur for a variety of reasons. While many people blame this problem on getting older, the fact is that urinary leakage doesn’t have to be an accepted part of the aging process.
Generally speaking, urinary incontinence is due to a weakness of pelvic floor muscles--the ones that control the flow of urine--as we age. Many women also experience these issues after having a child or multiple children through natural birth.
Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
Platelet rich plasma therapy, often referred to as PRP therapy, may help women with problems controlling their flow of urine by tightening their vaginal tissue and rebuilding their body’s own natural collagen. While the all-natural procedure is relatively simple, there is evidence that it can be quite effective.
The PRP Process
When you receive PRP therapy, the first thing that will happen is that you’ll have blood drawn. Then, we’ll spin your blood in an FDA-approved centrifuge, isolating the beneficial platelets.
Once separated, this platelet-rich blood is injected back into the body into the areas of concern. This process is designed to help women with a variety of issues, from lack of sexual desire to the inability to have an orgasm during sex. PRP therapy has been shown to help solve incontinence problems as well.
PRP and Incontinence
While you may have heard about PRP therapy before, you’ve probably only heard it mentioned as a treatment for sexual health issues. PRP is ideal for increasing sensitivity and helping women achieve orgasms, but there’s more to this groundbreaking procedure than most people realize.
PRP therapy can also help to tighten the vagina internally so women can have better control over their bladder functions. For women dealing with this type of incontinence, PRP therapy can provide a huge relief. And increased sexual desire and better orgasms isn’t exactly the worse side-effect either, right?
Is PRP Therapy Right for Me?
Platelet rich plasma therapy has helped many women with a variety of disorders, ranging from sexual dysfunction to difficulty controlling the flow of urine. However, you will need to talk to a professional to see if PRP therapy is right for you. Every patient is different, and what works for some may not work for others. With treatments that cover hair restoration, joint pain relief, skin aging reversal and of course sexual health rejuvenation, there’s a good chance PRP therapy could make a noticeable difference in your life. And the best part is, PRP therapy is all-natural and autologous, meaning it is derived from the patient, therefore reducing the risk of rejection or allergic reaction.
Contact the biostation in Delray Beach, FL to learn more about female urinary incontinence and how platelet rich plasma therapy can help.