Botox Versus the PRP for Urinary Incontinence® for Incontinence!
Botox was not developed specifically for a woman's sexual organ. It was only recently used for urinary incontinence help. Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA) is an injectable neurotoxin used for the treatment of chronic migraines, limb spasticity, axillary hyperhidrosis, cervical dystonia, strabismus, and blepharospasm. Side effects of Botox include muscle weakness, bruising, bleeding, pain, redness, swelling, or infection.
PRP for Urinary Incontinence®
The PRP for Urinary Incontinence® was developed specifically for the female. It utilizes all natural PRP therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma) from the patient's own body to stimulate cellular regeneration to help the body's tissues heal and become more youthful. Side effects of PRP for Urinary Incontinence® include mild pressure at the time of the injection. Some will have mild burning with urination for a couple of days but most do not. A few have had sexual arousal with urination for a few weeks after the injection.
Some have extreme and near continuous sexual arousal for the first week after the injection (about 10 percent). This can be an inconvenience for some (if their lover is not available) and others find it very pleasurable.
Other than that, no side effect have been seen.
The PRP for Urinary Incontinence® procedure works by using the body's natural ability to heal and rejuvenate itself by injecting growth factor rich Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) into the vagina to stimulate a regenerative process. It is the technique whereby a small amount of blood is taken from the arm and then placed in a centrifuge where the plasma is then harvested. This plasma contains cell-regenerating growth factors, which, when injected into the vagina, trigger stem cells to grow healthier vaginal tissue.
There are a number of sexual arousal disorders that the PRP for Urinary Incontinence® can be used to addresses. It is estimated that as many as 1 in 20 women suffer from Female Sexual Arousal Disorder, which means that, while they may want to have sex, they find it difficult to get aroused, experience pleasure or achieve orgasm. Around 5% of women are also thought to suffer from Female Orgasmic Disorder, where they can become aroused by have difficulty achieving orgasm. Some women also suffer with pain during and after sex, which is not from decreased lubrication or vaginal spasm, some suffer from stress urinary incontinence especially after delivery, If you have any of these problems then the PRP for Urinary Incontinence® could be a solution for you. As with any treatment, you will need to have a consultation with Dr Walkil first in order to assess your suitability and rule out any contraindications.
As a non-surgical solution, there is minimal pain and discomfort associated with the PRP for Urinary Incontinence® treatment with some patients reporting experiencing no pain at all. The procedure is performed under local anaesthetic to minimise any pain.
The treatment will take around 40 minutes.
One of the big advantages of the PRP for Urinary Incontinence® treatment is that you can return to your normal activities immediately after treatment. Sexual intercourse can even be resumed the same day.