Here’s what to do if you’re struggling with urinary incontinence









“I’m struggling with urinary
incontinence. Is there something I can do to stop it or am I doomed to never
being able to laugh or sneeze stress-free again?” How many of you can relate to
this question? Yup, it happens – to a lot of us. But there is actually hope.
Here, the low-down on how to handle this tricky problem…

The O-shot

“There are many new medical advances and we can be thankful for the
growth of regenerative medicine,” says Dr Nicole Kanaris, aesthetic doctor and
founder of MedAesthetique. “A new
non-surgical procedure, called the O-shot, is now available. It’s a trademarked
treatment with only a couple of highly trained doctors who are legally able to
perform it in South Africa.”

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So how does it work?

“First, blood is drawn and spun in a centrifuge, then
platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is extracted. This is injected into the vagina. PRP
has high concentrations of blood platelets, which release growth factors to the
treatment site and stimulate new cell growth and regeneration. This helps to
tighten and strengthen the tissue, improving the symptoms of stress urinary
incontinence. The procedure takes one hour, is not painful and requires no
downtime. Results can be seen between six and 12 weeks later.”

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“G-shot” injection will give you much deeper orgasms

More O-shot benefits

“The O-shot also assists with low libido, decreased ability to
orgasm, lichen sclerosus (a condition that causes thin, white patches of skin,
often in the genital area), vaginal tightness improvement, painful sex and
lubrication.”

This article was originally published on www.womenshealthmag.com

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