PRP For Incontinence

During the procedure for getting the PRP, Blood will be drawn from the arm, much like a normal blood draw with the use of a centrifuge and patented extraction method, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is then isolated so the regrowth and stimulating cells and nutrients are gathered in a concentrated form.

Using a very thin needle, these growth and healing factors are then injected into very specific areas of the penis. This sounds a bit terrifying at first but there really is nothing to it. Because this area has been numbed with the anesthetic cream.

Urinary Incontinence


Stress incontinence: Urine leaks when you exert pressure on your bladder by coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising or lifting something heavy.

Urge incontinence: You have a sudden, intense urge to urinate followed by an involuntary loss of urine. You urinate often, including throughout the night. infection, or neurologic disorder or diabetes.

Overflow incontinence: You experience frequent or constant dribbling of urine due to a bladder that doesn’t empty completely.

Functional incontinence: A physical or mental impairment keeps you from making it to the toilet in time. For example, severe arthritis, unbutton your pants quickly enough.

Mixed incontinence: You experience more than one type of urinary incontinence.

Stress incontinence

  • When physical movement or activity —
    such as coughing, sneezing, running or heavy lifting —
    puts pressure (stress) on your bladder.

Risk Factors

  • Age
  • Type of childbirth delivery.
  • Body weight.
  • Previous pelvic surgery.


you may experience urine leakage
when you:

  • Cough
  • Sneeze
  • Laugh
  • Stand up
  • Get out of a car
  • Lift something heavy
  • Exercise
  • Have sex


  • Hx.
  • Physical.
  • UA.
  • Measurements of post-void residual urine.
  • Measuring bladder pressures.
  • Cystoscopy.


  • Stress incontinence occurs when the
    muscles and other tissues that support
    the bladder (pelvic floor muscles) and
    the muscles that regulate the release of
    urine (urinary sphincter) weaken.


  • Behavior therapies.
  • Pelvic floor muscle exercise.
  • Fluid consumption.
  • Healthy lifestyle changes.
  • Bladder training.
  • Electrical strimulation.

Free Consultation with
our board-certified
physician, Who also
has fellowship in
Stem Cell & PRP


Anticholinergics: These medications can
calm an overactive bladder and may be
helpful for urge incontinence. Examples,
oxybutynin (Ditropan XL), tolterodine

Alpha blockers: In men with urge or overflow
incontinence, these medications relax bladder
neck muscles and muscle fibers in the
prostate and make it easier to empty the
bladder. Examples include tamsulosin

Topical estrogen: For women, vaginal cream,
ring or patch may help tone and rejuvenate
tissues in the urethra and vaginal areas.
Systemic estrogen — taking pill — isn’t and
may even make it worse.


  • Vaginal pessary
  • Urethral inserts


  • Because these can overwhelm your body’s
    natural defenses against bladder infections.
  • Consider using a barrier cream, such as
    petroleum jelly or cocoa butter, to protect
    your skin from urine.
  • If you have urge incontinence or nighttime
    incontinence, make the toilet more
  • Move any rugs or furniture you might trip
    over or collide with on the way to the toilet.
  • Use a night light to illuminate your path
    and reduce your risk of falling.