Can FemiLift Treatment Help You Regain Bladder Control?

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It’s not a subject anyone loves to discuss, but stress urinary incontinence is a daily struggle for millions of women. Whether your bladder leaks all the time or only with certain movements, it may be due to stress incontinence. Fortunately, there is a solution! The caring team at Xage Medical Spa in Provo, UT, led by board-certified physician Dr. Stuart B. Porter, understands the extremely disruptive female urinary incontinence and is proud to offer the revolutionary FemiLift laser vaginal rejuvenation system to help patients get reliable, long-lasting relief and regain control of their lives.

What causes urinary incontinence?

There are a handful of factors that can contribute to the unintentional leaking of urine, known as urinary incontinence. Additionally, there are several different types of urinary incontinence. Perhaps the most common form of incontinence among women is stress urinary incontinence (SUI). In women with stress urinary incontinence, it can be difficult or impossible to control the flow of urine when they cough, sneeze, laugh, jump, or strain. Potential causes of SUI in women include:

  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth (vaginal delivery)
  • Injury or trauma
  • Heredity
  • Aging/weak pelvic floor
  • Intense/prolonged cough

How can I fix stress urinary incontinence?

Based on the cause of your incontinence, your provider may recommend surgery, noninvasive therapy, medication, or another form of treatment. When it comes to a nonsurgical solution for stress urinary incontinence, many of Dr. Porter’s patients choose laser vaginal rejuvenation with FemiLift.

What is FemiLift?

FemiLift is a breakthrough vaginal rejuvenation treatment from Alma lasers that aims to strengthen the pelvic floor and restore vaginal tissue integrity through the use of powerful CO2 energy. Most often, women choose FemiLift treatment to reverse the unwanted side effects of pregnancy, childbirth, aging, or genetics, including:

  • Loose vagina
  • Pain with sex
  • Vaginal dryness
  • Female sexual dysfunction
  • Menopause side effects
  • Incontinence

How does FemiLift work?

FemiLift vaginal rejuvenation is a virtually painless and noninvasive treatment for female sexual dysfunction, stress incontinence, vaginal laxity, and more. During a FemiLift session, which typically takes about 30 minutes or less to complete, patients will lie comfortably in one of our private treatment rooms. The FemiLift handpiece will be gently inserted into the vagina, and laser energy will be used to heat the internal structures to a precise temperature without damaging superficial tissues. This specialized energy stimulates the growth of new, healthy collagen while simultaneously strengthening existing collagen fibers and remodeling the vaginal tissues for a tighter, more youthful vagina.

Does FemiLift improve continence?

For countless women, FemiLift vaginal tightening is an opportunity to finally restore more youthful vaginal function and form. As the targeted laser energy works to tighten and strengthen vaginal tissues, it also triggers the production of new, healthy skin cells and collagen fibers. This combination of rejuvenating benefits results in a stronger pelvic floor, tighter vaginal tissues, and better urinary control, all of which contribute to a dramatic improvement in stress incontinence.

Restore your femininity and regain your confidence with FemiLift laser vaginal tightening in Provo, UT

Every woman deserves to feel comfortable and confident when it comes to her intimate health, and urinary control is no exception. If you are struggling with stress urinary incontinence and are seeking a minimally invasive treatment solution, FemiLift laser rejuvenation may be right for you. Call Xage Medical Spa to schedule your private consultation with board-certified physician and wellness expert Dr. Stuart B. Porter today, and take the first step toward finding confidence, comfort, and happiness with FemiLift in Provo, UT.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.