Treatment of urinary incontinence
Currently, most cases of urinary incontinence can be satisfactorily resolved with surgery. The objective of these operations is to stop the loss of urine by creating a support in the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside.
Incontinence surgery involves placing a synthetic mesh (macroporous polypropylene) under the urethra. It can be placed vaginally, such as in cases of stress urinary incontinence, or by laparoscopy, a technique in which the surgeon uses a camera located inside the pelvic cavity.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Those types of operations do not require a long hospitalization because they are minimally invasive. A 24-hour period is usually enough for the patient to recover and she can return home to enjoy his new life.
A new stage in which the patient will recover the freedom he had in the past to do all kinds of activities and also to have a better sex life not conditioned by urinary incontinence.