Case Report

Non – invasive management and treatment of female stress urinary incontinence with a CO2 LASER

Bader Alexandros

Obstetrician – Gynecologist, Athens, Greece

Correspondence: Bader Alexandros, Keep Femina Medical Center, 20 Zerva St, Glyfada, GR – 16675, Athens, Greece, E – mail:


Urinary incontinence affect millions of people worldwide, seriously impairing their quality of life. “FemiLift” CO2 laser works very well in treating symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. The laser stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which in turn thickens the wall of the vagina putting pressure on adjacent structures, such as the urethra. We present a case of successful use of “Femi- Lift” non – ablative CO2 laser in three sessions in a woman suffering from stress urinary incontinence with complete remission of the symptoms achieved already after the second session.

Keywords: Stress urinary incontinence, CO2 laser application, FemiLift, collagen remodeling

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