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What are some newer treatments that we can look to for help with incontinence?
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Dr. Mitchell Schuster
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Urogynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Find the Cause
Best treatment is determining the correct cause of the incontinence.
Leaking is a symptom and the treatments are determined by the cause. Biofeedback and e-stim are good , ptns and Botox are new therapies. The sling procedure has been revolutionary for men and women in the last decade. There are a lot of new therapies available.

In brief: Find the Cause
Best treatment is determining the correct cause of the incontinence.
Leaking is a symptom and the treatments are determined by the cause. Biofeedback and e-stim are good , ptns and Botox are new therapies. The sling procedure has been revolutionary for men and women in the last decade. There are a lot of new therapies available.
Dr. Mitchell Schuster
Dr. Mitchell Schuster
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Dr. Denise Elser
Gynecology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Luckily - a few
Botox just received fda approval for treatment of neurogenic overactive bladder.
It is used off label for oab of other causes. Posterior tibial nerve stimulation (electircal stim at the ankle) treats oab. For stress incontinence, radiofrequency treatment and single incision slings hold promise. Research is ongoing for other therapies that are less invasive but not ready for prime time.

In brief: Luckily - a few
Botox just received fda approval for treatment of neurogenic overactive bladder.
It is used off label for oab of other causes. Posterior tibial nerve stimulation (electircal stim at the ankle) treats oab. For stress incontinence, radiofrequency treatment and single incision slings hold promise. Research is ongoing for other therapies that are less invasive but not ready for prime time.
Dr. Denise Elser
Dr. Denise Elser
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