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Stress urinary incontinence (men): Compare Costs for a treatment abroad

Stress urinary incontinence can be an embarrassing problem to handle. It can also be an indicator of other problems of the male reproductive system that is why you need to get the full diagnosis in order to check your general health condition. If the problem is caused by only weakening of your sphincter or bladder muscles, you can get treatment immediately and forget about your problem forever.   

Below, methods of stress urinary incontinence treatments are listed. By clicking on the search results, not only will you be able to find the most suitable clinics and the best specialists in this field, you will also be able to find out how much such treatments cost and book the program you are interested in online.

Booking Health offers the following options of treatment for this diagnosis.

Diagnostic
Price from
2298.00
Setting the remeex sling system
Price from
9209.00
Implantation in retrourinal advance ® sling
Price from
9102.00
Implantation in an artificial urinary sphincter
Price from
9792.00
General therapeutic rehabilitation
Price from
501.00

Best hospitals for Stress urinary incontinence (men) treatment

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St. Antonius Hospital


St. Antonius Hospital (St. Antonius Hospital) is an academic teaching hospital of the RWTH technical university, Aachen. This is a denominational hospital and it focuses its activity on providing first-class medical services, using innovative and modern methods of treatment.

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Leverkusen Clinic


The Leverkusen Clinic is a hospital with a top-class regional medical care. It has the highly qualified diagnostic and health care facilities.

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About the disease

Stress urinary incontinence, also known as SUI, is the unintentional release of the urine, caused by inability of the bladder to hold urine for continuous period of time. Weakening of the bladder muscles most often happens because of the physical stress. Most often urinary incontinence develops in men who underwent prostate surgery during which the tumorous or enlarged prostate was removed. This condition also occurs in males, whose urinary sphincter was severely damaged and bladder muscles are not supported anymore. In some cases stress urinary incontinence develops as a result of nerve damaged, when bladder muscles lose control because of weak interconnection of the nerve endings. Men with diabetes are more likely to develop stress urinary incontinence in future.

Symptoms

  • Urination urgency, when a person can not hold urine for more than 15 minutes, after the bladder was filled
  • Urine leakage during the day and night
  • Sudden urge to urinate in the most random periods of time
  • Bladder can not be emptied completely
  • Frequent urination (8 - 10 times a day)

Most often problems with urination are linked to the prostate that is why if you notice symptoms of urinary incontinence, do not hesitate to check your prostate for the signs of inflammation. 80% of stress urinary incontinence is attributed to prostate problems.

Diagnosis

  • Urine test is important to conduct to see if there is inflammation, droplets of blood or other abnormalities.
  • Ultrasound of prostate is needed to check the prostate and determine its size
  • Physical examination of the genitals is needed to see if there are painful areas and if testicles function properly.
  • You may need to keep a voiding diary for several days or a week to determine the number of times you use bathroom during the day and how many times you were not able to hold urine for more than 10-15 minutes. 

Treatment

  • Setting the remeex sling system is a procedure, during which a surgeon makes an incision on the perineal tissue and creates sling support or suspension around the urethral bulb. This helps the bladder muscles hold the urine for a needed period of time. 
  • Implantation in retro urinal advance ® sling also uses the implantation of sling to help the bladder hold urine. This is a more modern technique of stress urinary incontinence treatment.
  • Implantation of an artificial urinary sphincter is used if incontinence was caused by damaged urinary sphincter. During this procedure the urinary sphincter is removed and the new one is implanted.