It’s something women never talk about!

Urinary Incontinence is something many women experience and suffer from, but don’t talk about. Incontinence comes in several forms, and many factors can cause or contribute to its development. Vaginal childbirth is the most common cause but not all incontinence is related to pelvic floor damage or injury to the vaginal structures. Age can be a factor, but even teenagers can suffer from it. Obesity can also contribute.

The most common type is stress urinary incontinence, a type of incontinence where urine is involuntarily leaked during coughing, sneezing, laughing or physical exertions such as dancing, running or climbing stairs. Sufferers may be inhibited from participating in activities they enjoy or tasks they need to do on a daily basis. At the same time, many experiences lack of self-esteem due to fear of smell, embarrassment, sexual difficulty, loss of social contact and productivity. The majority of women who suffer from SUI do not seek treatment, possibly because the problem is not significant enough or because symptoms are only occasional. Other fear surgery.

Now there is a non-surgical option for SUI and Vaginal tightening!

Revolutionary new laser treatment can safely and effectively relieve the symptoms of Stress Urinary Incontinence and enhance pleasure during sexual relations. Revolutionary new laser treatment can safely and effectively relieve the symptoms of mild to moderate stress urinary incontinence without surgery.

Singla Mediclinic offers the solution for vaginal tightening with the non-invasive, painless Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation Procedure ( Vaginoplasty ) done by Experienced laparoscopic Surgeon Dr. Rimmy Singla recognizes how significant vaginal health and sexual well-being are to a woman’s excellence of life. But we also understand that matters requiring vaginal rejuvenation can be sensitive for some women. For this motive, we strive to make you feel relaxed every step of the way.

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