Overactive Bladder Treatment in Millcreek, UT
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What is overactive bladder treatment?
Having an overactive bladder can be frustrating to deal with. It can include the frequent or urgent need to empty your bladder multiple times during the day or night. When you schedule an appointment with our team at Phase II Center for Women's Health, we take an integrative approach to your treatment. We will help you determine your baseline bladder function, order any necessary diagnostic tests, and discuss the various treatment options that are available to you. Options may include medication, physical therapy, botox or sacral nerve stimulation (SNS). SNS works through a permanent implant to restore normal communication between the bladder and the brain. This improved communication helps to alleviate your symptoms so that you can get back to enjoying your daily activities without worry. Schedule an appointment at our Millcreek, UT office to learn more.
What Are The Benefits?
At Phase II Center for Women's Health, we know that overactive bladder syndrome can be humiliating and debilitating. To help restore your confidence and return you to your everyday life, our SNS therapy, along with other treatment options, provides you with many benefits, such as:
- Long-lasting results from your treatment
- Minimally-invasive, painless solutions
- Address incontinence of bladder and bowels
- Regaining excitement and freedom in your life
Who is a good candidate for sacral nerve stimulation therapy?
You are considered a good candidate for sacral nerve stimulation therapy if you have experienced an overactive bladder, urinary incontinence, urinary urgency and/or frequency, or incontinence of stool. It is also effective for nonobstructive urinary retention (UR), which is the inability to totally empty the bladder. You must have tried at least two other therapies and not had improvement before sacral nerve stimulation is an option.
Sacral nerve stimulation is a small device that is placed just beneath the skin. It is MRI compatible and can provide long-term therapy for up to 20 years. Let this therapy help you combat your overactive bladder symptoms. Contact Phase II Center for Women's Health in Millcreek, UT to schedule a consultation and learn more about this effective treatment.
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What Should I Expect After Sacral Nerve Stimulation For Overactive Bladder is Installed?
After the sacral nerve stimulation implant is installed, you should be able to return home the same day or the following day. Discomfort following the procedure is rare, and the implant is not visible through the skin. However, you may notice some unfamiliar tingling or pulling sensations at times in the days after installation. This is to be expected and is a sign that your body is acclimating to the electrical impulses from the device. Patients are typically given a remote control to adjust the impulses to their liking, and your practitioner can also adjust the device upon follow-up visits to Phase II Center for Women’s Health.
Alleviate your symptoms
An overactive bladder doesn't have to become your reality and disrupt your daily life. To receive quality treatment with sacral nerve stimulation, contact our medical professionals at Phase II Center for Women's Health in Millcreek, UT. We will help you get the care you need to assist you in regaining your urinary control so you can get back to your sense of normalcy. Schedule an appointment at our office to get started.
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Overactive Bladder Treatment FAQs
Is there a chance that an overactive bladder will go away on its own?
Generally, an overactive bladder is a chronic condition. This means you may be able to reduce the effects and severity, but it may never completely go away on its own. That's why you should consult a health professional at Phase II Center for Women’s Health with your concerns.
How can I prevent or mitigate an overactive bladder symptoms on my own?
While overactive bladder is a chronic condition, there are still concrete actions you can take to keep it from getting in the way of your everyday activities. Here are a few tips to help reduce the effects of an overactive bladder:
- Consult a professional for a personalized treatment plan
- Drink the recommended amount of water at regular intervals
- Cut alcohol and caffeine intake
- Have a regular exercise routine
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Try pelvic floor or Kegel exercises
- Manage other chronic conditions (i.e., diabetes, heart disease, obesity)
- Cease smoking
Does the sacral nerve stimulation implant really work?
Yes, absolutely. A whopping 93% of patients treated with SNS achieved clinically significant improvements, while 94% reported satisfaction with the treatment.