It might happen when you laugh. Or maybe when you sneeze. Some blame the problem on getting older, but the fact is that urinary leakage doesn’t have to be an accepted part of aging. Generally speaking, urinary incontinence is due to weak pelvic floor muscles—the ones that control the flow of urine. Some women even experience issues after childbirth. If you have experienced these issues, chances are you haven’t told your doctor. Well there’s no reason to suffer. PRP Therapy can be very effective in reducing or eliminating urinary leakage.

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP therapy) is a regenerative treatment that helps women control their flow of urine by tightening vaginal tissue and rebuilding their body’s own natural collagen. PRP can be very effective in improving Urinary Incontinence via regeneration of your own healthy tissue to reverse some of the changes that lead to urinary incontinence. PRP treatment is a simple, relatively painless procedure.

When you receive PRP therapy, the first thing that will happen is that you’ll have blood drawn. From there, blood is spun in a centrifuge, isolating the beneficial platelets. From there, the platelet-rich blood is injected back into the body into the areas of concern where it stimulates dormant stem cells to wake up and get to work.

This process not only helps with incontinence issues but can help women with other issues from lack of sexual desire to the inability to have an orgasm during sex.

Ideal candidates for PRP for the Pelvic Floor are women who are seeking:
  • Decreased Urinary Incontinence
  • Increased Lubrication
  • Stronger Orgasms
  • Increased Sexual Desire
So contrary to what you might think, urinary incontinence is not a part of growing older and it’s not something aging women must learn to accept. Learn more here or schedule a consultation with Dr. Mitchell by calling (850) 791-6010.


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