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Urinary Incontinence in Women

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Introducing The Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in Women

Urinary incontinence is a more common issue than many realise, affecting millions of women worldwide at various stages of their lives. Studies suggest that approximately one in three women may encounter urinary incontinence, underscoring the significance of addressing this widespread concern and providing effective solutions.

Postpartum and perimenopausal women face unique challenges in managing urinary incontinence.

Postpartum: The stresses of pregnancy and childbirth can weaken pelvic floor muscles, impacting bladder support. Hormonal changes during and after pregnancy can influence bladder control. While postpartum urinary incontinence may be temporary, its persistence can extend if left untreated.

Perimenopause: Perimenopause, the transitional phase preceding menopause, involves hormonal fluctuations. Reduced estrogen levels during perimenopause contribute to pelvic floor muscle weakness and diminished bladder control. Entering perimenopause may bring about an increase in urinary incontinence symptoms or the onset of new challenges.

The Impact of Urinary Incontinence on Women

Urinary incontinence significantly influences the lives of women, affecting both physical and emotional well-being.

Lifestyle Limitations: Apprehension of leakage may curtail participation in physical activities, exercise, or social events. Women may perceive a decline in overall quality of life, feeling constrained in their daily routines.

Emotional Distress: Urinary incontinence leads to embarrassment, loss of self-esteem, and emotional distress. Feelings of anxiety and stress regarding potential accidents impact confidence and mental well-being.

Intimate Relationships: Strain in intimate relationships may arise due to concerns about leakage during sexual activity. Addressing urinary incontinence can enhance physical comfort and emotional intimacy.

The BTL Emsella Chair: Empowering Women for Improved Bladder Control

At RT Aesthetics, we are committed to enhancing your quality of life with advanced solutions. Proudly presenting the BTL Emsella Chair, a non-invasive and highly effective treatment for urinary incontinence. This chair employs High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEM®) technology, stimulating and strengthening pelvic floor muscles for improved bladder control.

Benefits of the BTL Emsella Chair:

  • Non-surgical and non-invasive treatment option.
  • 11,000 kegels delivered at each session!
  • Short, convenient treatment sessions lasting approximately 28 minutes.
  • Remain fully clothed throughout.
  • No downtime or recovery period required, allowing immediate resumption of daily activities.
  • Gradual and significant improvement in bladder control over a series of sessions.
Take Control of Your Life with RT Aesthetics

At RT Aesthetics, we empathise with the impact of urinary incontinence on your life. With our cutting-edge BTL Emsella Chair and comprehensive care, we aim to empower you on your journey to improved bladder control.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a life free from the limitations of urinary incontinence. Our team is ready to guide you with personalised solutions for your unique needs, promoting overall well-being and confidence.

Posted: 5th December, 2023
Written By: Ryan Towart
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