Bad Bladder?

Unless we urgently need to use the restroom, our bladder is typically not at top of mind. November, however, is bladder health month so Luminary Medical Group is here to offer some knowledge and reminders.

What is a healthy bladder?

The purpose of one’s bladder is to store urine until a convenient time to urinate arises. Individuals who are able to jump, run, exercise, sneeze, etc. without having to think about their bladder, probably have a healthy bladder. When one’s bladder is healthy, there is no pain with urination. All in all, people can fully participate in their lives without their bladder on the brain.

Do I have an unhealthy bladder?

Urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence, nocturia, and bedwetting are some common unhealthy bladder issues. If you’re having urine leakage, waking throughout the night to use the bathroom, or burning when you urinate—these are all symptoms to be addressed.

What can be done about my bladder issues?

Depending on which bladder issue you’re suffering from will determine the types of treatment options available. Sarasota gynecologist, Dr. Shelly Chvotzkin has recently begun administering the O-Shot as a means to treat urinary incontinence.

“If you suffer from urinary incontinence, you understand just how frustrating and inconvenient it can be,” says Dr. Chvotzkin. “While the O-Shot has many different benefits, relieving symptoms of urinary incontinence is quite the added bonus” she adds.

Am I a good candidate for the O-Shot?

The O-Shot is a revolutionary approach to improving the sexual relations and urinary incontinence of women. Women who suffer from low libido, urinary incontinence, or the inability to orgasm, the O-Shot may be right for you. The pain-free procedure is non-surgical and takes all of 20 minutes. For those interested in undergoing the O-Shot treatment, contact our East Sarasota office to schedule an appointment by clicking here. Interested in more information on the O-Shot? Visit the O-Shot website here.

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