"I've definitely noticed a change in incontinence. It's gotten to the point where I had almost forgotten about it because I haven't had an episode or an incident in such a long time. One day, several months later, it just occurred to me, 'Wow, it really did work,' because I hadn't had an incident in that whole time."—Jackie S.

“As a new Mom, I was struggling with urine leakage. Could not exercise or laugh freely. Kegel’s helped somewhat. My life changed the evening after I had PRP for incontinence.... The procedure was painless! It’s been a year and a half, and I haven’t had any accidents. As a bonus, my lubrication is better, sex is more satisfying & less painful. PRP has taken my relationship to a new level.” —Name Withheld at Client's Request, Northbrook

Urinary Incontinence in a Nutshell

  • Urinary Incontinence (UI) is very common in women of all ages.
  • All types of urinary incontinence is manageable at any age.
  • PRP or platelet rich plasma therapy offers a natural, safe and viable management option for urinary Incontinence in many women.

How Does PRP Work for Urinary Incontinence?

PRP is a part of a category of medicine called Regenerative Medicine. In simple terms, the process involves taking a small amount of your blood, concentrating your blood’s platelets, and then injecting the resulting platelet-rich plasma into an area of your body in need of regeneration.

This can be very effective in reducing or eliminating incontinence because it regenerates your own healthy tissue to reverse some of the changes that lead to urinary incontinence. It is a simple, relatively painless procedure that rejuvenates the nerves, muscles and clitoral/ urethral/ bladder/ vaginal interface.

Patients treated with PRP and vaginal muscle training exercises experience reduction in urinary incontinence, improvement and strengthening of orgasmic activity, improvement in sensation of clitoris and reduction of pain during intercourse.

At Halo, we also use PRP therapy to:

  • Perform non-invasive face lifts and breast lifts.
  • Spur hair regrowth.
  • Boost sexual function for woman and men.

Is PRP Right for Me?

PRP is one of our most popular services and has helped clients like:

If you're interested in PRP, we invite you to schedule a free consultation with Dr. B by calling us at 847-260-7300 or using our online appointment request system.

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