Urinery Incontinence & Vaginal Dryness
At Dr. Bejma Medical Clinic, we truly understand the importance of women’s wellness, and it’s at the core of our clinic’s philosophy.
Whether you’re going through menopause, experiencing urinary incontinence, or dealing with any other health concerns, our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is here to support you and help you find the best treatment options tailored to your needs.
Vaginal dryness is a common issue that many women face, and it can be quite uncomfortable. It’s important to know that it can happen for various reasons, with one of the primary factors being the decline in estrogen levels. Estrogen plays a vital role in maintaining the health and moisture of the vaginal tissues. During menopause, as estrogen production decreases, it can lead to thinning and drying of the vaginal walls, causing discomfort, itching, and a lack of natural lubrication. However, it’s worth noting that vaginal dryness can also affect women who haven’t reached menopause due to factors like certain medications, breastfeeding, or underlying medical conditions.
Let’s talk about some of the symptoms you may notice if you’re experiencing vaginal dryness:
- Vaginal Dryness
- Vaginal Laxity Syndrome
- Labia and Vulvar atrophy
- Atrophic vulvovaginal atrophy
- Sexual sensation dysfunction and painful intercourse
- External labia minor and major concerns
- Vaginal numbness
- Urinary incontinence
- Dropping and weakness of the pelvic wall
- Vaginal discomfort
We want you to know that you’re not alone in dealing with these issues. Urinary incontinence, the unintentional leakage of urine, is something that many women experience at some point in their lives. There are different types of urinary incontinence, including stress incontinence, which happens when there’s pressure on the bladder from activities like coughing, sneezing, or exercising. Then there’s urge incontinence, where you feel a sudden, strong urge to urinate followed by involuntary leakage. Mixed incontinence is a combination of both stress and urge incontinence.
During menopause, hormonal changes can contribute to urinary incontinence. The decrease in estrogen levels can weaken the muscles supporting the bladder and urethra, known as the pelvic floor muscles. Additionally, the tissues in the urethra and bladder may become thinner and less elastic, which can exacerbate the condition.
When you come to Dr Bejma Medical Clinic, we take a holistic approach to finding the right treatment for you. Our consultation process is smooth and informative, ensuring that you feel comfortable and well-informed every step of the way. We offer cutting-edge technologies like V tone, Forma V, Morpheus 8V, and Desirial, which are part of the Empower RF platform by Inmode and Vivacy Laboratories. These non-invasive options provide numerous benefits for women’s wellness, and we’ll guide you through the procedure and provide post-treatment reviews to ensure your satisfaction.
At Dr. Bejma Medical Clinic, we’re here to support you on your wellness journey. Let’s work together to find the right solutions and enhance your well-being.Book a Consultation