Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence or incontinence is one of the most common urological disease in the world. This illness, which is not to say out loud, has a negative impact on health, as may be the cause cancer. This dramatically affected the quality of life of patients in a social and hygienic terms. According to medical statistics, about 50% of men over 60 and about 50% of women after 40 years in varying degrees have incontinence – urinary incontinence. The main symptoms of incontinence include: loss of urine when coughing, sneezing, laughing at the time, jumps and sharp dvizheniysluchaynoe mocheispuskanieoschuschenie "gravity" or "pressure" at the bottom zhivotachastoe urination with small amounts mochinevozmozhnost completely empty bladder puzyrpostoyannye and have not applied in the treatment of pain poyasnitsychastye inflammation of the bladder and the main causes of risk factors causing incontinence in the majority of cases are complications after abdominal location rodovizmeneniya polostioslablenie muscles and connective tissue movement and tazanedostatok malopodvizhnostsledstvie chronic respiratory diseases, cough consequence of a sedentary lifestyle, and stoop lifts tyazhestihronicheskie zaporygormonalnye changes during menopause and shows the practice of medicine, the possibility of treating the disease by conservative means: medication, exercises or electrostimulator is extremely limited and do not bring positive result.

The only effective treatment for urinary incontinence is surgery. In Germany, for many years been successfully used several different types of operations that return hundreds of thousands of patients each year to a normal life. Treatment of incontinence in men to treat incontinence in men is now used the latest minimally invasive transobturator method – implantation of the loop ARGUS (adjustierbares Schlingensystem) German company Urotech GmbH. The surgeon makes a small incision in the perineum below the ovaries, and then enters a loop, and stretches with a silicone pad ARGUS around the urethra. Then tightens and fixes the loop with silicone strands that go to the right and left of the urethra behind the pubic symphysis rectus fascia.