Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), prevalent in over 15 million women, has a new non-surgical solution. The most common symptoms of SUI are leaking urine with coughing, sneezing, exercise, intercourse and just bending over.
For years, treatments have been limited to Kegel’s exercises, which must be done consistently to maintain affect, and TVT-Secur sling surgery that although outpatient must be done in the hospital adding additional cost and downtime.
Renessa, a single in-office procedure takes 20-30 minutes under local anesthesia, now provides an option not previously available. This procedure fills a void for the 90% of women not willing to undergo surgery, cannot keep up with Kegel’s exercises or have symptoms that are not bad enough to require surgery.