Finally – An Effective Treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)

If you’re one of the 28 million women in the United States who suffers from Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), you know just how nerve-wracking it can be to laugh, sneeze, or even just lift an object off the ground. It seems as though any kind of pressure on your stomach results in the embarrassment of urine leakage.

While you’re not alone in suffering from SUI, that doesn’t exactly come as a comfort to you. You’re not willing to let this embarrassing condition control your life for a second longer. You’re ready to laugh, sneeze, or do whatever you want – without the fear of urine leakage impacting your life.

If the above sounds familiar, it’s time to discover FemiLift at the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, Florida.

FemiLift is the latest advance in the treatment of SUI in women. FemiLift is equipped with gold standard laser technology, which effectively targets and delivers thermal heat to the vaginal walls. This heat triggers the production of collagen fibers, which eventually strengthens and thickens those walls.

So what do vaginal walls have to do with SUI? Simple: it’s believed that SUI occurs due to a lack of support around the urethra. When abdominal pressure is applied to the urethra, it’s unable to prevent urine from escaping. As a result, women experience urine leakage whenever they perform activities or experience body functions where pressure is applied to the stomach area.

By strengthening the vaginal walls that support the urethra, FemiLift helps alleviate the symptoms of SUI. In addition to this relief, patients who’ve undergone FemiLift have reported experiencing these positive benefits:

Interested in learning more about how FemiLift can put an end to your SUI symptoms? Then schedule your consultation with the Center for Urogynecology and Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery in South Miami, Florida

Dr. Rafael Perez

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