04 April 2018

Treatments, technology, training
always innovating to preserve your health and beauty

Special offers

Upto 50% discount
Selected clinics and treatments

Special events

Coming soon
A place near you

A new jab, Bulkamid, has been announced that can aid bladder problems. The injection aims to bulk up the neck of the bladder to protect against leakage. This is slightly different to the Nu-V laser, which instead targets old or damaged cells inside the vagina to promote the bodies own healing process that offer similar results. Managing Director and urology nurse Emma Soos adds, “The great thing about the laser is that if a woman is suffering leakage from around the urethra we can focus the laser on that particular area allowing the body to bulk up the area naturally through wound healing.” For those that are needle phobic, the laser takes just 15-minutes and is similar to the feeling of a smear test.

With an estimated 8 in 10 women suffering from stress urinary incontinence (SUI) it’s hoped that these sorts of treatments could either be a replacement for the scandal hit mesh implant, or as a temporary measure to keep symptoms at bay.

Interested in hearing more? Give our nurses a call on 0800 488 0909.

You May Also Like

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Women’s Health

Earlier this week, Emma Soos, managing director of The Women’s Health Clinic attended the All-Party Parliamentary...

Showbiz Vaginal Rejuvenation

Celebrity Vagina – Why is it always in the News? Its 2022 and the “Vagina” is still a taboo subject and one would be...


THE WOMENS HEALTH CLINIC LTD has won the Feefo Gold Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises...