Bladder Slings for Stress Incontinence

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For some women, symptoms of stress incontinence or overactive bladder don’t respond to conservative treatment. When urinary incontinence markedly disrupts life, surgery may be an option. During a sling procedure, the surgeon uses strips of synthetic mesh and tissue (from the patient or a donor) to create a sling or “hammock” under the urethra or bladder neck. The bladder neck is the area of thickened muscle where the bladder connects to the urethra — the tube that carries urine from the bladder. The sling supports the urethra and helps keep it closed — especially when coughing or sneezing — so urine doesn’t leak through.

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