Chennai hospital offers non-surgical treatment
A proven solution for women’s issues
As per available statistics, in women of the reproductive age group, nearly 50% were found to have urinary incontinence and nearly 30% were suffering from it post delivery. Of this, only around 15% of the women seek treatment or discuss it with a healthcare professional, doctors said.
Speaking at the inaugural of a new cosmetic gynaecology unit at the Indigo Women’s Centre, here, doctors suggested it was crucial to address the problem early.
“Femilift, a new vaginal rejuvenation laser treatment, is non-surgical and is a clinically-proven solution for common feminine issues such as stress urinary incontinence and recurrent infections. Awareness about these non-surgical procedures, which definitely have fewer side-effects, have to increase,” said Surakshith Battina, endoscopic surgeon with the centre.
Dr. Battina went on to say that the non-surgical treatment would only take about 15 minutes per sitting. “Women seldom discuss concerns such as incontinence and are often embarrassed to speak about it. We want them to have more awareness and seek help from experts in the field instead of just choosing to live with the condition,” he added.
Actor Sneha inaugurated the facility.