Are you making more frequent trips to the bathroom lately? Urinary incontinence can arise unexpectedly at any age, ranging from minor leaks to significant loss of bladder control. While experiencing urges may not necessarily indicate a serious health issue, it can be both embarrassing and uncomfortable. The great news is that addressing this concern doesn’t necessarily entail undergoing extensive surgical procedures. Here at Fresh Aesthetics, we offer an effective solution for relief without requiring prolonged downtime.

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What Are the Different Types of Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence comes in different types, each with its own set of symptoms and reasons behind them:

  • Stress incontinence happens when activities like coughing or lifting put pressure on weakened pelvic muscles, causing leaks.
  • Overflow incontinence occurs when the bladder doesn’t empty fully, leading to constant dribbling or frequent trips to the bathroom.
  • Urge incontinence, also called overactive bladder, brings on sudden and intense urges to pee, often resulting in accidents.
  • Mixed incontinence combines symptoms of both stress and urge incontinence.
  • Functional incontinence is when physical or mental challenges make it hard to get to the bathroom in time, even though the bladder works fine.

Knowing about these types is important for finding the right treatment that fits each person’s needs.

What Causes Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence can stem from various factors, including weakened pelvic floor muscles due to childbirth, aging, or surgery. Hormonal changes, particularly in women during menopause, can also contribute to bladder control issues.

Certain medications, such as diuretics or those for high blood pressure, can increase urine production or affect bladder function. Urinary tract infections and constipation can also exacerbate symptoms.

Lifestyle factors like obesity, smoking, and excessive caffeine intake can further strain the bladder and exacerbate incontinence.

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Treatments for Urinary Incontinence

EMSELLA® offers a breakthrough non-invasive solution for urinary incontinence by utilizing High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM®) technology. This innovative treatment targets the pelvic floor muscles, strengthening and restoring their function without surgery or downtime. During a session, patients sit fully clothed on the EMSELLA® chair, which emits electromagnetic waves to stimulate thousands of pelvic floor muscle contractions in just 30 minutes. These contractions improve muscle tone and endurance, leading to better bladder control and reduced instances of leakage.

EMSELLA® treatment is FDA-cleared and has demonstrated significant improvement in urinary incontinence symptoms in multiple clinical studies. It offers a convenient and effective option for individuals seeking to regain confidence and quality of life without the need for invasive procedures.

Urinary Incontinence Treatments in Twin Falls, ID

If you find yourself rushing to the bathroom at inappropriate times, our team at Fresh Aesthetics can help. Each EMSELLA® treatment is delivered with the greatest care and attention to minimize discomfort and maximize results. To get started, please click the button below or call 208-358-3637.

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