Urinary Incontinence TreatmentSt. Simons Island, GA
We can help patients who struggle with urinary incontinence and bladder control by providing professional customized treatment. Instead of continuing to live with the incontinence, unsure of when one's bladder may give out, patients can seek personalized treatment with Margaret MH Goodman, MD, FACOG. Urinary incontinence treatment addresses a person's inability to control their bladder and leakage of urine.
Urinary incontinence treatment is available at Goodman Medical Spa in St. Simons Island and the surrounding area. Our team can help patients find the necessary solution, so they do not have to worry about leakage at work, during social situations or in other daily activities. With our treatment, we can help patients through each step of the treatment process and provide any necessary follow-up care.
To learn more about urinary incontinence treatment and to see if this is right for you, call us at 912-689-1440 to schedule an appointment today.
Benefits of urinary incontinence treatment
Urinary incontinence is the uncontrolled leakage of urine. Many women experience temporary urinary incontinence as a result of too much alcohol, constipation or a urinary tract infection. In many cases, this condition is easy to treat if the patient seeks proper medical treatment from a professional. However, persistent urinary incontinence is a sign of a more complicated issue that requires more extensive treatment.
Fortunately, there are a variety of effective treatment options available. Benefits of our urinary incontinence treatment for women include:
- Bladder control
- Increased self-esteem
- Improved function
- Vaginal tightness
- Decreased risk of injury
Depending on the type of treatment provided, many women see increased self-esteem and are often able to function better each day. If the issue is due to vaginal laxity, we can consider treating it with vaginal rejuvenation to increase the potential benefit of vaginal tightness. Regardless, most patients experience an ability to control their bladder after treatment more efficiently.
Treating urinary incontinence
Urinary incontinence is a relatively broad term and has a variety of potential causes. The exact form of treatment is mainly dependent upon the purpose of the incontinence. If the issue is due to a temporary health complication, such as a urinary tract infection or constipation, then treatment is relatively simple.
Treatment for chronic urinary incontinence that persists for an extended period may require one of the following treatment options:
- Vaginal rejuvenation
- Protective garments
- Muscle exercises
There are also a variety of behavioral and lifestyle changes that may help with persistent urinary incontinence. These include bladder training, double voiding and the prevention of skin irritation. Each patient is unique and the treatment process is different for everyone. Under the direction of Margaret MH Goodman, MD, FACOG, the team at Goodman Medical Spa will help to find the right solution for each patient.
When to consider urinary incontinence treatment
If frequent urinary leakage results from coughing or sneezing, then it is crucial to seek professional treatment. In some cases, certain events in a women’s life increase the risk of developing urinary incontinence. For women, in particular, the condition often exists after childbirth or anytime vaginal laxity takes place.
The symptoms might also present itself after menopause, a hysterectomy or as a natural result of the aging process. Some instances of urinary incontinence might be successfully treated and prevented through lifestyle changes. We encourage patients to do their best to maintain a healthy weight, avoid irritants such as caffeine and alcohol, along with eating a balanced diet that includes fiber.
We can go over the specifics of these changes at our medical spa and women’s health clinic before finding ones that will be most effective for the patient. If lifestyle and dietary changes are not enough, be sure to consult with us. We can determine the exact cause of the leakage and recommend effective treatment. Patients can also schedule a follow-up appointment to ensure the treatment is having the proper effect or consider other options.
Call us today
There is no reason to let urinary incontinence get in the way of your quality of life. The first step towards urinary incontinence treatment is to schedule an appointment with Margaret MH Goodman, MD, FACOG at Goodman Medical Spa in St. Simons Island. We can help customize your treatment and guide the patient throughout the treatment process.
Our team strives to create a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere to help patients relax. By receiving professional treatment at our practice, you will be able to treat your incontinence and begin boosting confidence in your body's bladder control again.
If you are interested in learning more about urinary incontinence treatment, call us at 912-689-1440 and schedule an appointment today.
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