Don't resign yourself to it. Find a solution!
Do you suffer from leaking urine? Don't be ashamed and don't let it affect your everyday life; just think that more than 30% of women suffer from urinary incontinence. Our Pelvic Floor Unit can help you.
What is incontinence?
You may have an incontinence problem if you notice that:
- you have small leakages of urine
- you have a genital lump or heavy sensation
Urinary stress incontinence is the leakage of a certain amount of urine when walking, jumping, dancing or when pressure is put on the abdomen (as when coughing, sneezing, laughing, etc.) and it does not happen when sitting.
The leaking occurs when there is a disorder in the pelvic floor, which is the set of muscles that supports the lower abdomen: bladder, uterus and rectum.
The cause and the solution
Pelvic floor disorders may occur after pregnancy, when approaching the menopause, or if you practice a sport that involves a lot of abdominal effort.
In general, the recovery or rehabilitation of the pelvic floor is achieved with physiotherapy exercises that tone the perineal muscles.
Urinary incontinence has a solution. It is paramount that you see your gynaecologist to stop it from becoming a chronic problem and be able to solve it more easily.
Why choose us
When you have health concerns, the most important thing is to feel safe. This is why at Dexeus Mujer, we give you guarantees, not only solutions:
Our pelvic floor unit is made up of physicians and physiotherapists who specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders and will design a treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.
Our facilities include dedicated and fully equipped physiotherapy rooms to ensure that you receive a comprehensive, top-quality service.
Our clinic is a national centre of excellence with over 80 years of experience. We are pioneers in prevention, diagnosis and treatment in the field of women's health.
Our own medical protocols allow us to provide a speedy response when a disorder is identified.
You will be in the best hands, in a first-rate hospital setting with a 24-hour emergency department.