Vaginal tape sling for incontinence
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Many people who have stress urinary incontinence often consider having surgery to correct their problem. Stress urinary incontinence is embarrassing for those who have an involuntary release of urine when they sneeze, cough, laugh or while participating in physical activities. Both men and women can have stress urinary incontinence, but it is more common in women than men. Experiencing severe problems from your Bladder Sling? Read more about the possibilities for a lawsuit.
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Stress Incontinence | Symptoms and Treatment | Patient
Stress incontinence in women can cause frequent involuntary release of urine during activities that put pressure on your bladder, such as coughing or laughing. The tension-free vaginal tape TVT procedure is designed to provide support for a sagging urethra so that when you cough or move vigorously or suddenly, the urethra can remain closed with no accidental release of urine. In TVT surgery, a mesh tape is placed under your urethra like a sling or hammock to keep it in its normal position. The tape is inserted through tiny incisions in your abdomen and vaginal wall. No sutures are required to hold the tape in place.
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Short-term follow-up studies show high success rates; however, as with any surgical treatment of SUI, failures are known to occur. The treatment of recurrent or persistent stress urinary incontinence after a TOT sling is therefore a new dilemma as well. In this paper, we describe the successful use of a retropubic tension-free vaginal tape TVT sling in five patients after failed TOT sling.
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