Urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence

There is the involuntary loss of urine due to descent of the bladder and the urethra produced after childbirth, physical exertion, overweight, removal of the uterus, among others.

With modern and avant-garde procedures, Dr. Jaime Acosta and his team of collaborators have been performing this reparative technique, with better results than with traditional techniques, and whose advantages provide safety to patients, since due to their good results patients are losing fear of undergoing this type of intervention.

What does it consist of?

Placement of a band or suburethral mesh through the vagina that keeps the urethra and bladder in place, solving the discomfort caused by the involuntary loss of urine.


Ambulatory surgery

Correction of involuntary loss of urine

Prevents the reappearance of urinary symptoms

Normal life without physical discomforts like the frequent use of sanitary napkins and even diapers.

Less risk of infections, elimination of unpleasant odors

Improves quality of life


Testimony of the Patient