If you have an overactive bladder that squeezes out urine at inopportune times, gynecologist and robotics surgeon Dr. Priyabala Ramaiah and the experienced medical team at Total Women’s Care in Canton, Ohio, can help. She uses revolutionary MonaLisa Touch® and prescription medications to counteract overactive bladder, help avoid embarrassing situations, and improve your quality of life. Call today to learn more, or use the online scheduling tool.
Overactive bladder is a condition that occurs when your bladder leaks urine at the wrong time. If you have two or more of the following symptoms, you may have overactive bladder:
Having an overactive bladder may cause you to isolate yourself from others, avoid going out in public, and can drastically hinder your quality of life.
The cause of overactive bladder isn’t always entirely clear, but risk factors for developing this condition may include:
Treatments are available to reduce symptoms of overactive bladder, regardless of the cause.
Dr. Ramaiah and her team use the following treatments to ease symptoms of overactive bladder and improve your quality of life:
Emsella is the first of its kind in-office noninvasive FDA cleared treatment. MRI waves provide 11,000 Kegel contractions per half hour treatment providing unto 80% improvement for all forms of uriinary as well as fecal incontinence. One simply sits on a chair for half hour while fully clothed. What's more, this treatment is also FDA approved for male incontinence. We are the only place in Canton currently offering this incredibly effective solution. You do not have to be a patient at our practice to benefit from this procedure.
MonaLisa Touch is a revolutionary laser treatment that rejuvenates vaginal tissue to improve gynecological conditions, including overactive bladder and urinary incontinence. A small probe delivers laser energy into soft vaginal tissue to rejuvenate cells.
Dr. Ramaiah completes this minimally invasive procedure, which takes just five minutes, right in the office. Patients tolerate its use well with few side effects and no downtime. Ask the medical staff at Total Women’s Care more about this innovative treatment for overactive bladder.
Dr. Ramaiah may also prescribe medications that relax the bladder, to ease symptoms of overactive bladder and reduce urine leaks associated with it.
At Total Women’s Care, the medical staff believes in using natural remedies to treat women’s health conditions whenever possible. Natural remedies that may work to relieve symptoms of overactive bladder include:
Dr. Ramaiah lets you know how to complete pelvic floor and bladder training exercises and offers tips about maintaining a healthy weight.
When you’re ready to reduce or eliminate overactive bladder symptoms once and for all, call Total Women’s Care today, or use the online scheduling tool.