Your urge incontinence keeps you guessing. Just when you think it’s safe to enjoy your day outside of a bathroom, you feel the immediate urge to urinate. Whether you’re ready for it or not, you have to change your plans and run to the nearest toilet.
Have you considered how urge incontinence affects your life? Is it robbing you of happiness? Incontinence is not permanent if you find treatment that works for you. Learn more about your incontinence and our approach to your care here.
Happiness is waiting. Is Botox for female urge incontinence the key? Find out with the urology specialists at Urology One. Request your appointment or continue reading to learn more.
When will your urge incontinence strike next? It’s difficult, if not impossible, to know. From needing to change a pair of wet pants to isolating yourself at home to avoid awkward situations; you don’t have to live with this uncertainty and inconvenience. Choose to put an end to your incontinence.
Botox for female urge incontinence is capable of leading you past your symptoms, and bringing certainty and relief into your life.
Urge incontinence is caused by overactive bladder muscles. Botox (Botulinum toxin), injected into the bladder, relaxes these muscles. Injections allow your bladder to store more urine, putting a stop to urge incontinence.
If you choose Botox for female urge incontinence from Urology One, you may receive a series of injections from our urologists, who are experienced and board-certified in their specialty. The Botox substance will prevent your bladder from contracting, restoring your body’s ability to hold an appropriate amount of urine.
Botox for urge incontinence is:
Botox injections typically last for six months. After six months, you may receive another Botox injection to maintain the benefits of this treatment. For the full details on this treatment, including benefits, risks, and side effects, speak our experienced urologists, Dr. Tabet, Dr. Heiser, and Dr. Ochs.
Move past urge incontinence with Drs. Bechara George Tabet, David G. Heiser and Steven Ochs. Our Urology One specialists have decades of experience treating incontinence, kidney stones, and prostate cancer, and he’s ready to lead you through incontinence to happier, drier days.
Dr. Tabet, Dr. Heiser and Dr. Ochs are experienced, caring, and successful urologists who have been rated “excellent” for their care of patients and ability to answer questions. They will become your health partner - educating you on your condition, the cause or causes, and how to move past your symptoms.