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If you’re suffering from urinary incontinence then CO2 laser therapy is a safe, effective and non-invasive solution. It works by directing the CO2 laser at the vagina, a process which stimulates the production of collagen and thickens the lining of the vagina. This can help to treat urinary incontinence whilst also improving the quality of your sex life. We use the GYNELASE CO2 Laser to perform this treatment.

Before purchasing this urinary incontinence treatment, we strongly recommend booking an initial consultation with us first. Consultations with the gynecologist cost €180, treatments are €490.

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is a condition that renders the patient incapable of controlling their bladder. It comes in two forms: stress incontinence and urge incontinence.

Stress incontinence occurs when you lose urine involuntarily during actions such as jumping, coughing or laughing.

Urge incontinence, on the other hand, is when you leak urine before you can get to the toilet in time. It can happen at any time and may not be triggered by a sudden action or movement.

How does CO2 laser therapy work?

This treatment works by targeting a fractional CO2 laser at the vagina. The laser penetrates deep into this area, stimulating the production of collagen and blood vessels. These two processes help to strengthen the vaginal lining and, in turn, prevent urine leakage. This process can also have beneficial effects on your sex life.

Why CO2 laser therapy?

CO2 laser therapy is a popular treatment for urinary incontinence for a number of reasons.

Firstly, because the laser can penetrate deeper into the vaginal tissue than other treatments, for some patients it can prove more effective.

It’s also popular with patients because it is non-invasive and can target a larger area than other treatments.

Research also suggests that CO2 laser therapy may have longer-lasting effects than alternative treatments.