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How can women safely treatment urinary incontinence?

There are currently over 28 million women in the United States alone suffering from Urinary Incontinence and although it is not accompanied by pain, it has the potential to cause a significant amount of emotional damage. Urinary Incontinence causes involuntary urine leakage to occur even whilst performing routine activities like going to the gym or doing the laundry. The harmful feelings of shame and embarrassment have a tendency to get worse if the condition is left untreated.

How can I treat urinary incontinence safely?

No one wants to put up with the fear and shame of leaking urine when they are out with friends, or even at home trying to make dinner. But surprisingly, fewer women than you would think have take actionable steps to treat the condition as they are afraid of undergoing a painful surgery and lengthy recovery time.

Fortunately, there is now an entirely safe and effective solution for urinary incontinence and at Magdalene Karon, M.D. we have already helped hundreds of women overcome this embarrassing feminine concern.

FemiLift to treat urinary incontinence

FemiLift is a visionary approach to treating urinary incontinence in a painless and fast way. It uses a gold standard CO2 laser technology to deliver thermal heat to the tissue of the vaginal walls with precision and accuracy, thus stimulating the production of collagen and elastin in the vaginal area.
As a result of the treatment, the vaginal walls that are responsible for supporting the bladder become stronger and the unpleasant symptoms of urinary incontinence are oftentimes entirely eliminated after just three sessions. In addition to treating urinary incontinence, the FemiLift offers a wide range of other positive benefits including:

•    Increased elasticity in the vagina.
•    Heightened sexual sensation.
•    Enhanced natural lubrication.
•    Fewer recurrent vaginal infections.

If you would like to find out more about how the FemiLift can help you overcome urinary incontinence, or to schedule a free consultation, call our Lexington practoce today at (859) 277-3135.

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