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Promising impact of growth factors and carbon dioxide laser for stress urinary incontinence


Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Flinders Medical Centre, Adelaide, Australia Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia

FBW Gynaecology Plus, Adelaide, Australia d IRCCS San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy Centre for Advanced Reproductive Endosurgery, Sydney, Australia


We are excited to share groundbreaking insights into a potential minimally-invasive treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Recent research has explored the combined use of transvaginal Growth Factors and fractional micro-ablative laser, offering promising short- and long-term results.

Understanding SUI and Current Challenges:

SUI can be burdensome both personally and economically. Traditional surgical methods, such as the mid-urethral sling (MUS) procedure, are effective but come with drawbacks like invasiveness and associated risks. The hesitancy towards surgery, compounded by recent concerns about transvaginal mesh procedures, has led to a quest for safer and more accessible alternatives.

Innovative Approach: Transvaginal Growth Factors and Laser:

The study we’re discussing explores the combination of transvaginal Growth Factors and laser as a novel treatment for SUI. Early results indicate significant improvements in symptoms, both in the short term (T2) and up to 12–24 months later (T3). This approach aims to be minimally invasive, with a shorter recovery time and lower associated risks compared to traditional surgery.

Potential Benefits:

One striking observation from the study is a notable reduction in urodynamic studies and surgery rates, suggesting potential cost benefits for both patients and the national health system. This could mean fewer invasive procedures and associated expenses for you.


In conclusion, the combined use of transvaginal Growth Factors and  laser shows potential as a minimally-invasive treatment for SUI. We encourage you to discuss these findings with your healthcare provider. If you are considering treatment options for SUI, exploring innovative approaches like this one could offer a path to improved outcomes with reduced invasiveness.

As always, individualized medical advice is essential. Consult with your healthcare professional to determine the most suitable approach for your specific situation.

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