Why live with urge incontinence?

Jul 28, 2018 | Uncategorized

It’s not something we talk about every day but maybe we should…

Urinary incontinence.  You aren’t alone if this is a struggle for you.  If anything, you are part of a large majority of women who suffer with this embarrassing problem.  It’s not easy to even know how to talk to your doctor about the subject but now, we’ve made it easy to start the dialogue with your healthcare provider at Madison Women’s Clinic.  Simply make an appointment and say to your provider, “Tell me about Geneveve.”  It’s that easy!

Geneveve is the newest addition at Madison Women’s Clinic, serving women with urinary incontinence as well as urge incontinence.  What is urge incontinence you ask?

Urge incontinence is the second most common form of incontinence, accounting for roughly 3 out of 10 cases.  It often starts prior to menopause, even as early as the 30’s.   It feels like a sudden and strong urge to urinate.  Some women experience leaking of urine if the bladder contracts when it shouldn’t.   This condition is called by other names you may have heard before: Overactive Bladder, Bladder Spasms, Spasmodic bladder and Irritable bladder.  Sound familiar?

Here’s the deal; you don’t have to live with this.  A Geneveve treatment makes it so easy to bring comfort and confidence back into your life!  It takes just 30 minutes out of your life, requires no sedation, no cutting, no needles.  It’s a simple non-surgical, radio-frequency technology that stimulates collagen growth in the vagina.  By promoting the collagen protein, the vaginal walls tighten which in turn, creates greater bladder control.

 Do you even remember what it felt like to not have a sudden urge to urinate at the most inopportune times?

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