The treatment options will be determined by your symptoms, the incontinence category diagnosis, and your physical state. Urine analysis, post-void residual measurement, and more complex procedures such urodynamic investigations and pelvic ultrasound will be performed.
The precise therapy for urine incontinence is determined on the kind of incontinence, its severity, and the underlying cause. A mix of therapies may be recommended by our gynecologists. If your symptoms are being caused by an underlying ailment, that illness may need to be treated first.
Depending on how you respond to the initial approaches, our doctor may propose less intrusive therapies at first, but may thereafter go on to other possibilities.
Bladder training, double voiding, scheduling toilet trips, and managing fluid and dietary intake are all behavioral techniques that can help reduce the severity of the problem. You may be recommended a counselling session for Bladder training, double voiding, scheduling toilet trips, and managing fluid and dietary intake.
Interventional therapy includes Sling procedures, Bladder neck suspension, Sling procedures, and Prolapse surgery if previous treatments aren’t effective.
We specialize in the surgical care of urine incontinence in women at Pearl Women’s Hospital & Yash IVF, employing minimally invasive procedures for a speedier recovery and less bothersome hospitalization.
There are no alternative medicine therapies that have been tested and verified to treat urine incontinence. Acupuncture and Yoga can only be of limited use.