Urinary Incontinence Surgeries (Remeex)

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Urinary incontinence surgeries, Urinary incontinence is usually seen in women in two ways, incontinence in cases where intraabdominal pressure increases such as coughing and sneezing (stress incontinence) and inability to get to the toilet with sudden urge to urinate (urge incontinence).

Urinary incontinence surgeries, urge incontinence is treated with non-surgical treatments. Whereas, the treatment of patients, who have urinary incontinence in cases of coughing, sneezing, and increased intraabdominal pressure, is surgery. Urinary incontinence surgeries, today, the gold standard in urinary incontinence surgeries is midurethral sling (TOT, TVT-O, TVT) surgeries. These surgeries last about 20-30 minutes and the patient can be discharged on the same day.

Urinary Incontinence Surgeries

As with midurethral sling operations, a new surgical method that allows the patient to hold urine is the adjustable urinary incontinence surgeries, called Remeex. Remeex operation has made a revolution in this field. In this surgery, we place a tape under the tube through which the patient urinates.

Urinary Incontinence Surgeries

Urinary incontinence surgeries, we bring the tape out through the abdomen and can adjust the tension with a small device placed under the skin. The most important innovation of this surgery is that it is adjustable.

Urinary incontinence surgeries, then we check the patient and adjust the device at the point it does not leak, and thus, protect the patient from postoperative recurrences and problem of inability to urinate by unnecessarily suspending.     The most important feature of this surgery is the advantage of being re-adjustable after a few years, even if the patient leaks urine.

The Remeex method is especially suitable for reoperated recurrent cases or for patients who wish to have a more guaranteed surgery. It prevents the patient from having repetitive urinary incontinence surgeries, which are women’s nightmare.