Stress urinary incontinence and bladder urgency can be reduced with the use of the FemiLift laser.
In recent times, several studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of the FemiLift in the treatment of urinary incontinence.
We now know that 80 – 87.5% of patients with stress urinary incontinence have experienced noticeable improvement in or a cure for their symptoms.
This is the case regardless of the seriousness of the symptoms or the results of urodynamic analyses.
So, the FemiLift is the treatment of choice to consider before surgical intervention in cases of stress urinary incontinence, mixed urinary incontinence and even incontinence due to bladder urgency.
It should however be noted that patients with bladder urgency respond slightly less well to treatment, with a success rate of around 71%. Mixed incontinence treatments are successful in 83% of cases. (Elias, J.A. et al. Use of intravaginal fractional CO2 laser for the treatment of urinary continence disorders. Semanticscholar. February 2015.)