PRP For Women: Treating Mild Urinary Incontinence After Menopause or Child Birth

A common problem is women who experience urinary incontinence. This is a particularly common problem after childbirth and after menopause. Women will often complain of leaking a little bit of urine when they cough, sneeze or jump. How we would address this problem is with injections of platelet-rich plasma, also called PRP.

PRP is rich in a variety of growth factors which can help to stimulate some of the connective tissue like collagen and elastin fibers, that help to support the urethra. It’s very easy to provide a little of anesthetic in the area just below the urethra, which makes the injections of PRP quite comfortable.

Many women report that within just a few days of having had PRP injected in this area, they notice better bladder control, less leaking and less embarrassment.

Please give consideration to platelet-rich plasma as a treatment for mild urinary incontinence.

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For more information about platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments for mild urinary incontinence after menopause or child birth please contact our office.

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Dr. Grant Pagdin

Dr. Pagdin is a leading expert in regenerative medicine in Western Canada. Dr. Pagdin is board-certified with the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) and a Fellow of the Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation. His primary interest is preventative and anti-aging medicine using stem cell and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments.

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