I hear about this problem constantly from our friends and most of our mommy makeover patients. Jogging on the trail near our house, working out at the gym, Jazzercise or yoga, no one wants a stain in the groin region. It keeps many from even participating. We started with a handful of our "friends" and were pleasantly surprised at how uniformly effective this treatment is. For an hour long, non-surgical session that is not uncomfortable, spaced a month apart and NO down time from any activities, including intercourse, and it is effective...how could you not want this improvement. Anyone with severe leaking will not have significant change. Mild to moderate leaking sufferers will see improvement as soon as the first treatment. Most of our patients have required 2-4 treatments. We have patients coming up on a year who have stayed consistently symptom free.
ThermiVa Treats Urinary Leakage and Urgency
ThermiVa is a good option in treating patients with mild to moderate stress incontinence and over-active bladder symptoms. If symptoms exceed the mild to moderate category then surgery is likely a better option.
Leaky Bladders: ThermiVa is effective, but see a specialist to be sure.
Thank you for one of the most important questions about ThermiVa. ThermiVa has been shown to improve mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence (the leaks that come with coughing/sneezing/jumping jacks). My patients have been extremely happy with their results with many having a complete resolution of their symptoms. If you require large diapers that are getting soaked, then ThermiVa is probably not a treatment that will give you satisfactory results.
In cases of leaky bladders, it is best to see a board-certified gynecologist with experience in pelvic dysfunction/urinary incontinence who performs ThermiVa to see what treatment is correct for you.
That's a great question and yes, ThermiVa does treat that problem in patients. Many of our patients have been very pleased with their results.
Can ThermiVa help with leaky bladder symptoms?
Thank you for your question. ThermiVa uses radiofrequency technology to gently heat the labia and vaginal walls. Patients in clinical trials also showed a tightening of the lower bladder wall which can help diminish leaky bladder symptoms, which is a common problem for many women after childbirth and also with exercise and age.
ThermiVA Helps Leaky Bladder Symptoms
With the result of vaginal tightening also brings reduced bladder leakage symptoms. Once the tissue is restored and tightened, the leaking is greatly reduced. Women don’t have to fear sneezing, coughing or jumping up and down anymore!
ThermiVa for a Leaky Bladder?
ThermiVa is not FDA approved for urinary incontinence, but many patients report that they see a significant improvement in this area. They have more control and less of an urgency to go to the bathroom. During clinical trials with ThermiVa, one of the positive side affects was improvement with mild to moderate urinary incontinence and increased moisture for menopausal or post menopausal patients.
ThermiVa and Leaky Bladder
ThermiVa could be a great option to help tighten and reduce the tendency toward a leaky bladder. ThermiVa is only encouraged for those who have MILD incontinence. ThermiVa treatments may lessen urine leakage and the urge to go symptoms. You most definitely need to be evaluated to know if ThermiVa would be the best option for you specifically. If the leaky bladder is more serious then ThermiVa would most likely not be the best option.
ThermiVa has proven to be a great option in our practice. The results for urinary stress incontinent have been dramatic and rapid. Our patients have had great results with so far a 100% satisfaction rate. This also has the benefit of improvement and rejuvenation of vaginal tissues and function.What has impressed me is not only the overall improvements noted (often dramatic) but also the rapidity of seeing results.
This is a great treatment option that is safe, comfortable, and effective.
ThermiVA for leaky bladder
ThermiVA has helped many of my patients with mild stress urinary incontinence. These are leaky bladder from coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercise). If you have severe incontinence unrelated to activity, Thermiva may not resolve your issue. ThermiVA is designed to treat stress and urge incontinence in the majority of patients. Our ThermiVA procedures are performed in our private fully accredited procedure room.