In the gynecological and obstetric department at One Hospital, in addition to natural childbirth and caesarean section, surgeries on the genitourinary tract are also performed.
Our team performed surgery on a 54-year-old woman due to urinary stress incontinence with the MINI-SLING method.
Urinary stress incontinence is the involuntary discharge of urine due to weakness of the urethral sphincter (muscle that holds urine in a controlled manner) as a result of frequent infections, childbirth, surgical removal of the uterus, injury, aging, and weight gain.
MINI – SLING method is a short-term intervention of 15 minutes, which is performed under spinal or intravenous anesthesia. An incision is made in the anterior vaginal wall, a non-absorbable polypropylene mesh is placed under the urethra, and the urethra returns to its original physiological state. Hospitalization is one day, with minimal blood loss and minimal pain that may not be present at all.
The results are immediately visible!
Our recommendation is not to allow urinary stress incontinence to disrupt your lifestyle and self-esteem.
Our patient is very satisfied and ready to go home.
Our team wishes her a long life!