Urinary incontinence is a common problem with getting older. If you’ve been going to the bathroom more often or have sudden urine leaks, the innovative Emsella treatment could help.
With this one-of-a-kind device, you can regain control of your bladder and stop embarrassing accidents. At Ageless Beauty Center, our team can accurately figure out what’s wrong with your bladder and treat it with Emsella to make you feel better.
It’s a straightforward procedure with no downtime! So, to start your Emsella treatment, read this article and see how it can benefit you.
What is Esmella?
Emsella is a non-invasive medication for urinary incontinence that the FDA has approved. With incontinence, the treatment restores “neuromuscular control” of the pelvic floor by stimulating the pelvic floor muscles.
It is the only method on the market that doesn’t use probes or handpieces. Patients can stay fully dressed and sit in a chair during the treatment.
What is urine incontinence?
Urinary incontinence is when you can’t hold your urine in. This lack of control leads to bladder leaks that you can’t stop. There are five kinds of urinary incontinence, which are:
- Urge incontinence
- Incontinence from stress
- Having a bit of both
- Accidental leakage of urine
- Functional (neurogenic) incontinence
Urge incontinence is when you have to go to the bathroom right away. This feeling comes on suddenly and without enough time to get to the bathroom.
Stress incontinence is when you go to the bathroom because your bladder is under pressure (stress). This could happen when you sneeze, laugh, or work out. Mixed incontinence is a combination of both urge incontinence and stress incontinence.
Overflow incontinence happens when the bladder can’t empty all the way, which makes the bladder leak. Functional incontinence is when urinating is caused by a mental or physical problem. For example, a person with arthritis might have trouble taking off their pants in time to go to the bathroom.
What causes this to happen?
Women’s leading cause of incontinence is often a weak pelvic floor (muscles). The pelvic floor often gets weaker during or after pregnancy, after a certain age, or when hormones aren’t working right (during menopause).
The body can control the bladder and bowels when the pelvic floor is vital. Urinary incontinence can make women feel like they have no control over their bodies. This can make them feel ashamed, doubtful, and afraid of losing their independence.
So, what’s good about Emsella’s Treatment?
The Emsella treatment has a lot of benefits for women who leak urine. One of the best things about the treatment is that it doesn’t involve any kind of surgery. Other good things about Emsella’s treatment are:
- Urinary and fecal incontinence were lessened.
- Better living conditions
- Better performance in the bedroom
- Strengthened the muscles in the pelvic floor
Who can get treatment with Emsella?
Around the world, about 200 million people have to deal with incontinence. Urinary incontinence affects more than twenty-five million people. Most of these people are women whose pelvic floor muscles are fragile. If you have any of the following, you are one of them:
- Leaking urine when you exercise or play sports.
- Urine leaks when you cough or sneeze
- You haven’t had a sexual relationship because you are afraid of embarrassing leaking.
- Often go to the bathroom.
We have good news for you if you have any of the above symptoms. At Ageless Beauty Center, we have providers who can treat your incontinence with Emsella and improve your life.
But you can’t take Emsella if you’re pregnant or if you have any of the following conditions:
Fever, cancerous tumors, bleeding, metal implants, implanted neurostimulator, heart disease, pulmonary insufficiency, electronic implant, and cardiac pacemakers.
Why Choose Emsella Among Others?
Most people who have urinary incontinence will feel better after taking Emsella. It makes it less likely that you will urinate when you sneeze, cough, laugh, or work out. Emsella made it less necessary to plan trips and outings around where the bathrooms were.
Emsella is also helpful as a treatment because:
- No downtime or time to rest
- On the chair, you can wear your clothes during treatment.
- It makes surgery less of a necessity.
- Some people with chronic lower back pain will even feel better.
- There are many reports that both men and women who get treatment have better orgasms.
It’s essential to remember that men can also have trouble holding their urine. Men can have problems with their bladder leaking after specific procedures on their prostate. Emsella for men is still in its early stages, but it is starting to become a possible choice for men who leak urine.
How else can you get your pelvic floor stronger?
You shouldn’t just use Emsella to strengthen your pelvic floor. You should also do other things. If you want the Emsella chair to help you in the long run, you may need to make some other changes in your life.
When you carry extra weight on your body, it puts extra pressure on your pelvic floor, which can sometimes make it weaker. You may be able to get control of your bladder back if you lose weight.
If you often have trouble going to the bathroom, you might want to eat a more balanced diet with more fruits and vegetables, fiber, and water. Constipation that lasts for a long time can strain the pelvic floor.
After getting the Emsella treatment, pelvic floor exercises can help you keep your bladder in check.
When will treatment with Emsella start to make a difference?
You might feel better about your bladder issues after just one session. But as you get more treatments, your condition will keep getting better. Most people with urinary incontinence see a significant change in their condition within two to three weeks of finishing their Emsella treatment plan.
How many sessions of Emsella do I need?
Depending on how bad your bladder problem is, you should get at least six sessions of treatment. You’ll get two treatments each week for three weeks straight. After your first plan, you might need maintenance treatments every six months to keep the results you got.