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Regain Your Confidence with Incontinence Surgery

Are bladder leaks stopping you from living your life to the fullest? Say goodbye to the constant
worry and hello to a life of freedom with Dr. Mickey Karram’s minimally invasive surgery for incontinence.
As a leading expert in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Karram offers a safe and
effective solution to urinary incontinence, helping you reclaim your confidence and quality of life.

What is Incontinence Surgery?

Urinary incontinence can be a challenging and often embarrassing issue affecting many women. However, with Dr. Karram’s innovative surgical approach, you can regain control over your bladder and embrace a more active and confident lifestyle. Using the latest surgical techniques and equipment, Dr. Karram performs a minimally invasive procedure that provides long-lasting results. During the procedure, a small device is inserted through a tiny incision to support the urethra and prevent urine leakage. This outpatient procedure allows you to return home the same day and recover in the comfort of your own home.

Who is a Good Candidate for Incontinence Surgery?

If you’re a woman experiencing urinary incontinence and non-surgical treatments like pelvic floor exercises or medication haven’t provided relief, you could be a good candidate for incontinence surgery. You should also be in good overall health and have realistic expectations about the procedure. A consultation with Dr. Mickey Karram can help determine if incontinence surgery is the right option for you.

What Results Can I Expect from Incontinence Surgery?

Incontinence surgery can significantly improve urinary incontinence symptoms and enhance your quality of life. Studies show that this procedure can result in a 70-90% improvement in symptoms such as urine leakage, urgency, and frequency. Many women also report an improvement in their ability to participate in daily activities and a reduction in the need for pads or other absorbent products. While incontinence surgery can be highly effective, it’s important to remember that all surgical procedures carry some risk of complications. However, under the skilled hands of Dr. Mickey Karram, these risks are minimized.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is Incontinence Surgery Performed?

Incontinence surgery can be performed using different techniques, depending on the type and severity of the incontinence. The two common surgical approaches are the sling procedure and the bladder neck suspension procedure. Both of these procedures are minimally invasive and have are a relatively short recovery time. The specific technique used will depend on your unique needs and Dr. Karram’s expertise.

What Can I Expect During the Procedure?

Before the procedure, you’ll meet with Dr. Karram to discuss the details of the surgery and any necessary preparations. During the surgery, you’ll be given anesthesia to ensure comfort. After the surgery, you’ll be monitored in a recovery area before being allowed to go home.

What Can I Expect During the Healing and Recovery Phase?

Post-operative instructions will be provided by the surgeon, and it’s crucial to follow them for a smooth recovery. Most patients can return to normal activities within a few days to a few weeks, depending on the type of procedure and individual recovery.

When will I see results?

The timeline for seeing results can vary. However, in general, patients may notice some improvement immediately after the surgery, with full results becoming apparent several weeks to several months later.

How long do results last?

The results of incontinence surgery can be long-lasting. For the sling procedure, benefits can last for up to 10 years or more. For the bladder neck suspension procedure, benefits can last for up to 5-10 years or more

Don’t let urinary incontinence hold you back any longer.
Take the first step towards a more confident and comfortable life
with Dr. Mickey Karram’s incontinence surgery.