Botox for Urinary Incontinence

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An Alternative Procedure: Botox®

If medications and lifestyle changes have failed to help your overactive bladder, you may be eligible for Botox. This treatment can stop urine leakage and a constant need to urinate (urge incontinence).

Botox injection treatment:

  • Requires mild sedation
  • Takes 10 minutes
  • Lasts six months; can be repeated twice a year
  • Takes place in an outpatient surgery clinic

To access your bladder, the doctor performs a cystoscopy, inserting a tube through your urethra. After filling the bladder with saline, the doctor injects the bladder with Botox. 

To avoid contracting a urinary tract infection, you'll need to follow the procedure with a short course of antibiotics. 

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