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Saturday, 20 Oct 2018

Incontinence - BOTOX

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BOTOX is an injectable agent used to treat urinary incontinence (UI) in women due to bladder muscle (detrusor) overactivity associated with a neurological condition (i.e., spinal cord injury, MS, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease) in adults who have intolerance to or an inadequate response to anticholinergic medications.

BOTOX has been extensively used for multiple medical conditions and has proven to be an effective and safe treatment alternative for those suffering from neurogenic UI. 


The BOTOX treatment requires only about a 45 minute office visit, after which you can safely resume virtually all activities the same or next day. Your recovery is rapid and comfortable, with minimal limitations.  The result is immediate with resolution of the incontinence in most cases.

Dr. Loisides performs Bladder BOTOX in both the office and outpatient surgical center settings.