Rockledge, Fl

Central Florida UroGynecology

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When leakage is your excuse not to exercise
This article will appear in Florida Today - Health and Medicine, Nov. 15.

Exercise is essential, however if it leads to significant leakage of urine it is hard to find the motivation to proceed.

To stand on a treadmill, feeling the urine come out is highly unpleasant and will make you think twice to go to the health club again.

A thick pad makes walking a lot less enjoyable also.

1 in 11 women will have some surgery for prolapse or incontinence in their lifetime. So what are your options if you are one of the women using the leakage as an excuse not to exercise?

Leakage during exercise is usually caused by a too open area where the bladder connects to the voiding tube. The voiding tube (urethra) being too mobile and lack of muscle support can also contribute to leakage. As always in medicine there can be other more uncommon reasons for stress incontinence, however that keeps me in my job.

The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role. While exercising and exerting pressure, the pelvic floor musculature should not relax. It is extraordinary how many women were able to restart an exercise regimen and stay dry, after a short instruction into how to effectively use their pelvic floor muscles. Kegels, yes, however nine out of ten women really do not do them right or do not get to a sufficient strength.

Some women have leakage with minute exertion, trained their pelvic floor, however they keep on losing urine with jumping, biking and walking. Nowadays there are very good options available to support the urethra/bladder and entirely stop or diminish stress urinary incontinence leakage.

Slings can be used to support the urethra. Slings that are adjustable during surgery, allow for better catering towards the individual need of the stress incontinent woman.

Through a small incision in the vagina the sling is introduced and supported on the sides in a membrane.

The support is so sturdy that within a week women are back to full activity, except for intercourse, which will have to wait for about 6 weeks. There is only one small stitch in the vagina.

The sling is adjusted during surgery to the tightness needed and locked into place. As you can guess, since it is so personally catered, it has excellent results and very many happy customers.

The sling is made of a permanent material that your own deep tissue will grow into. It is covered by your vaginal skin, so you can not see it.

Dr. Sprock is the most experienced Ajust® surgeon in the Southeastern United States.

So no more excuses not to exercise!  End your leakage problems and come to Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge to have the most experienced surgeon insert your sling or have us help you master pelvic floor strength.

Central Florida UroGynecology is conveniently located in Rockledge, right off of US 1 and close to I-95. Dr. Marja Sprock is fellowship trained in urogynecology and has extensive experience treating women of pre- and postmenopausal age. Call for a consultation at 321-806-3929.

Central Florida Urogynecology

101 Eyster Boulevard, Rockledge, FL 32955

Phone 321-806-3929

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