Stress incontinence occurs because internal muscles do not close completely. In both men and women, the aging process causes a general weakening of the sphincter muscles and a decrease in bladder capacity. Causes of stress incontinence, however, may differ between men and women.
Overflow Incontinence tends to be the result of stretched and elongated muscles that have been weakened to the point of no longer closing off the bladder. As a result of the constant opening, the incontinence tends to be characterized by constant and steady leakage.
Functional Incontinence can be a result of a more emotional or even mental cause than a physical trauma. Dr Soini is experienced in noticing the signs of this specific disorder and is able to give reference on the appropriate treatments involved.
Dr. Pekka Soini offers solutions and treatments to address the various types of Incontinence that can be encountered by women in various stages of life.