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Stress Urinary Incontinence

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What is Stress Urinary Incontinence?

Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a leakage of urine during moments of physical activity that increases abdominal pressure, such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, heavy lifting or exercise. Stress incontinence is the most common bladder control problem in young and middle-aged women.

Stress incontinence occurs when the muscles and other tissues that support the urethra (pelvic floor muscles) and the muscles that control the release of urine (urinary sphincter) weaken.

Common Conditions & Risk Factors for Stress Bladder Incontinence

Untreated prostate cancer in men
Chronic cough due to long-term ailments
Weakening of the urethra due to a drop in estrogen levels during the onset of the menstrual cycle in women
Removal of the prostate gland resulting in loss of support to the urethra in men.

Complications due to Stress Urinary Incontinence

Emotional Distress
Experiencing stress incontinence in everyday life itself can be embarrassing and very distressful. It can take a toll on your work, sex life, and social life.
Skin Problems
Constant contact with urine may cause irritation or soreness of the skin. It can happen if you don't use moisture barriers or incontinence pads when you have severe incontinence.
Urgency Incontinence
Sometimes, stress incontinence can lead to urgency incontinence which is the unintentional urine loss due to unexpected muscle bladder contractions.
Mixed urinary incontinence
Mixed incontinence is common and means that you have both stress incontinence and urgency incontinence — the unintentional loss of urine resulting from bladder muscle contractions (overactive bladder) that cause an urgent need to urinate.

JOGO Treatment Plan for Stress Incontinence

Stress Incontinence is, no doubt, a troublesome health issue. Fortunately, it is curable, thanks to JOGO's world-class treatments backed by clinical evidence. JOGO is the first line of treatment recommended by the American Urology Association (AUA) and the American Urogynecologist Society (AUGS).

JOGO Therapy is a potent combination of tech components and proven treatments to deliver a better outcome to patients worldwide.

JOGO's Biofeedback treatments are trusted by 50+ hospitals and clinics in India. This therapy has proven that it is one of the most successful treatments for stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and mixed incontinence.

Typical JOGO therapy for incontinence lasts eight 45 minutes sessions spanned across 8 weeks, provided either in our clinic.

Do you have difficulties commuting to our JOGO Clinic?

No worries! We also provide teletherapy sessions for your convenience. All sessions will be supervised and conducted by JOGO certified pelvic floor therapists.

More about Incontinence

What causes stress bladder incontinence?

Stress Urine Incontinence happens when the pelvic floor muscles have stretched. Physical activity like laughing, exercising, sneezing, coughing, lifting and running puts pressure on the bladder resulting in urine leakage. It can be a few drops of urine to a tablespoon or more. SUI can be mild, moderate or severe.

Who suffers commonly from stress incontinence?

Stress incontinence is common for both men and women. However, women are more likely to suffer from involuntary urinary leakage due to vaginal births and hysterectomies. In men, prostate surgery is one of the most common reasons for stress and incontinence. Age is a common risk factor for both sexes.

What are the risk factors associated with stress incontinence?

There are some common risk factors such as:

  • Muscle weakness due to ageing
  • Vaginal delivery in women
  • Overweight and obesity in men and women
  • Weakening of bladder and urethra muscles due to hysterectomy or prostate surgery

Other factors include:

  • Chronic coughing due to illnesses
  • Frequent coughing due to smoking
  • Long-term high impact activities like jumping and running

What are the treatments available for stress and urge incontinence?

There are various options to treat stress and urge incontinence, such as:

  • Behavioural therapy
  • Medication
  • Pelvic floor muscle training
  • Surgical options
  • Lifestyle changes
  • Medical devices to manage stress incontinence in women

Stressed Out About Stress Incontinence?

JOGO can help! We offer you clinically proven, non-surgical therapies that can make a difference and help you beat incontinence.

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