Dribbling Urine

Dribbling urine is losing control over the secretion of urine that includes the uncontrolled fall of droplets of urine unwillingly; Dribbling Urine is not considered a condition but merely a normal phenomenon that occurs due to certain causations.

Dribbling urine can happen during daily activities such as sneezing, coughing, laughter, and exercising. As the need for urinating suddenly arises without controlling the ability to hold urination until reaching the bathroom. It commonly occurs to adult men and women, yet it does not usually cause any health problems.



Causes of Dribbling Of Urine:


Dribbling urine, as we mentioned before, is not considered a serious condition. However, some factors could boost the severity of the situation such as gaining weight, smoking, diabetes, difficulty of moving.

All these factors need to be taken into consideration, especially for elders so it does not reach a serious and chronic phase.


Causations of dribbling urine are:

Pollution: Polluting the Urinary Tract could lead to the dribbling urine, and that could cause the urine to dribble involuntary.

Drugs and Medications: They could cause the dribbling urine due to the chemical composition of the medication, or during taking such medication.


*Also dribbling urine can occur due to issues in the Urinary Tract itself. As the lower Urinary Tract consists of two parts: The bladder, in which the urine is stored, and the urethra, with its valves. So Dribbling Urine could be caused by leakage of urine due to the malfunction of any of the Urinary Tract (The Urethra, or The Bladder and sometimes there is a connected issue between them)


Ways to cure the Dribbling Urine:

Curing Dribbling Urine depends on many factors including type of dribbling, such as patient’s age, and the general and mental state of the patient.

Some of the ways to cure Dribbling Urine:

Some Exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, muscles responsible for Urination control and strengthen the bladder.


Dribble Urine Medications:

Medications are usually taken with exercises or other methods.
One of these medications is topical estrogens, as it supports the tissues in the vaginal area, and urethra and helps to reduce the symptoms of dribbling urine.



Devices to cure the dribbling urine:

Devices are mainly specialized for women.

Fotona XS Smooth:

It is a laser-based device and considered one of the best devices to treat women’s smoothly with no need for any surgical operations. It is mainly dependent on ER: YAG laser waves. It has considered ideal for many diseases such as HPV Virus, Tumors, and vaginal diseases due to its unique ability to sanitize, and quick recovery.


Tesla Care Device:

The Tesla Care device was developed for treating weakened pelvic floor muscles and urinary incontinence by using the special Functional Magnetic Stimulation (FMS) technology. The pulsed magnetic field generated by the device causes the muscles of the pelvic floor to contract. This therapy is suitable for all kinds of urinary and fecal incontinence. It significantly improve rehabilitation process after surgery in the urogenital area and after childbirth. FMS also helps patients with sexual dysfunction and chronic pain in the pelvic region and lumbar spine. The effect of the magnetic stimulation is in increased strength and endurance of the sphincter and pelvic floor muscles. During stimulation, the patient focuses on the awareness of the muscle contractions, making it much simpler to learn how to actively perform the exercises.


Amjad Medical and Dribbling Urine Treatment:

Amjad Medical provide the latest devices and technologies to cure this problem with XS Smooth and Tesla care that use the technologies of ER:YAG and Functional Magnetic Stimulation (FMS) technology, that what makes Amjad medical one of the pioneer companies in the field of skin and cosmetics. In addition, it is considered number #1 for Dermatologists and Cosmetic doctor within the KSA and in Gulf Area.

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