Coaptite transurethral injection

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Torrance, CA 90503



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Stress urinary incontinence involves the loss of urine that occurs from exertional activities, most commonly sneezing, coughing, laughing, exercise, or even during sexual intercourse. Injection of Coaptite® into the urethra is a minimally invasive way to “bulk up” the urethra and provide increased resistance to urine leakage. It can be done in 5-10 min as a minor outpatient procedure. The benefits typically last around 1 year.


The functional material that makes up Coaptite® is called calcium hydroxyapatite, and is a natural occurring component that in part makes up your bones and teeth.


This is a particularly excellent treatment of exertional (or stress) leakage in women who do not want more invasive surgery, or need a temporary solution.


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