Many women experience an occasional urinary loss symptom. However, for some women this occurs on at least a daily basis. Loss with exercise, while walking, or the need to suddenly rush for the bathroom is very embarrassing.  Prescription medications can be sedating or cause other troublesome side effects, and surgical procedures can be associated with major long-term risks. Published studies have shown that a good to very good response to urinary loss issues can be obtained with an in-office stem cell injection. This injection procedure is performed in a very similar manner to the O-Shot, or Orgasm Shot.

Sexual function is very important and represents the physical bond that holds a relationship together. It should be an essential priority because it helps to maintain your psychological and physical well-being. Couples who have regular sex often live healthier happier and even longer lives. Couples who maintain a healthy sex life tend to have longer lasting relationships. Research has shown us that having sexual relations at least twice a week is vital to maintaining optimal brain function. The treatment of urinary loss issues may dramatically increase female sexual health.

Women are notorious for putting the concerns of others ahead of their own, but your own health isn’t something that should fall by the wayside.



Estrogen is essential in maintaining a good blood flow to the female organs and birth canal. Besides reversing the thin skin that can occur after menopause the increase blood flow actually helps the bladder to form a tighter seal. This leads to better urinary control and less vaginal dryness and pain.

Testosterone similarly has been shown to decrease urinary accidents and also assists with vaginal dryness. A positive side effect is that testosterone may also increase sexual interest.



There are many factors that predispose to Urinary Loss Issues.

 These include:

·         Childbirth with vaginal delivery

·         Being over 40 years of age

·         Sex hormone decline, naturally or by hysterectomy

·         Previous gynecologic surgery

·         Depression, anxiety or other mood disorders

·         Endometriosis

·         Painful Intercourse 



Learn more about what is involved in a typical stem-cell therapy appointment.