Urine incontinence


Urine incontinence solution – IncontiLase®

Urinary incontinence is a traumatic condition common to many women. There is the leakage of urine without them being able to control it. This can happen anytime, anywhere, with laughter, coughing, sports, mild stress, during and after pregnancy, after menopause. It is a hygienic, social and health problem that affects normal life activities and causes discomfort at home, at work, during sport or relaxation. It can lead to social isolation.

What is urine incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a loss of ability to consciously keep urine to determine the moment of bladder emptying. Generally, there is a malfunction of the bladder cap (bladder) function.
Among the most common causes of urinary incontinence are genetic predisposition, depression of pelvic muscles caused by giving birth or ageing, decreased estrogen level in menopause, heavy physical work as well as chronic conditions such as asthma or obesity.

The most common types of urinary incontinence are:

Stress incontinence – associated with physical activity such as running, walking on stairs, jumping, sneezing, laughter, etc.
Urgent incontinence – Sudden and strong urge to urinate, causing even waking up during the night
Mixed – Symptoms of both types


Modern laser treatments can solve the origin cause of the problem.
Laser treatment IncontiLase® is a patented, non-surgical, close to painless way to solve mild and moderate stress and mixed incontinence. The core of the effect is photothermic constriction of the vaginal mucosa and the connective tissues of the hanging urethral tube apparatus, while the remodeling of collagen and formation of new collagen fibers is happening in the area of ​​the front wall of the vagina, the vaginal entry and the urethral system orifice.
Clinical studies show that laser therapy is an effective, safe and convenient method that offers significant relief from symptoms.

Necessity is the previous gynecological examination, requiring negative cervical cancer (not older than 12 months) and negative cultivation from the vagina and urine (not older than 2 weeks).

What is the outcome of this method?

It is an outpatient treatment. In the majority of cases, 2 to 3 IncontiLase® sessions are necessary and there is no need for any special preparation or examinations prior to treatment. The procedure lasts 20-30 minutes and does not require anesthesia. After treatment, clients can immediately return to normal day-to-day activities.

The advantage of this treatment is also the rejuvenation of the vagina, the improvement of the vaginal moistening during sex and the increase of the vaginal immunity level and therefore decrease of vaginal infections.


Advantages of IncontiLase®

  • Outpatient treatment takes about 20-30 minutes
  • Non-invasive (no thermal, mechanical or other mucosal damage) and painless
  • No need for anesthesia
  • Non-ablative (without mucosal detachment), without bleeding or need for stitching
  • No need for special care before and after treatment
  • High percentage of patient satisfaction

The procedure is performed by a physician with a special certificate for performing this laser treatment.