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Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence, which is common in women, is the loss of bladder control. This condition affects women’s general health and negatively affects their social life. Many women don’t want to talk about it because of shame. However, thanks to today’s treatment technologies, it is possible to treat this disease.

Urinary Incontinence Types

1. Stress Type Incontinence

It is the type that usually occurs in situations that increase internal abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, and straining. The underlying cause is a pelvic floor disorder. Patients with stress incontinence benefit the most from laser or surgical treatments.

2. Urge (Overflow) Incontinence

Urge incontinence is also known as overactive bladder. In this type of urinary incontinence, the patient complaints about a sudden urge to urinate and usually cannot reach the toilet. They feel the urge to urinate frequently during the day and at night. Usually, there is an underlying reason such as a chronic disease or neurological condition. This patient group responds more to medical treatment.

3. Mixed Incontinence

Stress and Overflow incontinence diseases are observed together. The patient experiences urinary incontinence with coughing and sneezing, as well as a sudden urge to urinate. Treatment may require a combination of laser, surgery, and medical treatments.

Op. Contact Dr. Duygu Mutlu.

If you have complaints about urinary incontinence, contact us to diagnose the disease before it progresses and to determine the most appropriate treatment method for you.

Treatments Of Urinary Incontinence

If our women do not accept this disease as fate and consult a doctor for treatment, it will increase their quality of life many times over. They can regain their health in a short time with surgery or different laser treatments.

Lifestyle Change

Weight loss, restriction of alcohol and caffeine, and the addition of pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises to the daily routine can help the disease regress.

Medication Treatments

Medical treatment is possible with the support of hormonal drugs, especially anticholinergic drugs.

Laser Treatments

In our clinic, the disease can be treated by creating a laser treatment protocol specific to the patient using carbon dioxide and radiofrequency laser methods.


TOT and Mini Sling methods are preferred in patients with severe pelvic floor disorders. Simultaneous vaginoplasty, cystocele (prolapse of the urinary bladder) and rectocele (prolapse of the intestinal bag) operations can also be performed.