1 Advanced Care for Female Overactive Bladder & Urinary Incontinence Department of Urology Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa
2 Goals Participants will: Review normal urinary tract anatomy and function Understand Overactive Bladder (OAB) Symptoms Understand the different types of incontinence and identify which type you have Learn practical strategies to self-manage urinary symptoms and incontinence Learn about medical and surgical treatment options for OAB symptoms and incontinence Learn about available local resources to assist you manage your problem and improve the quality of your life 2 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
3 Normal Urinary Tract Anatomy Kidneys make urine Kidneys Urine travels down the ureters to the bladder Ureters Bladder stores urine between voids Bladder Urine flows through urethra during urination Urinary sphincter & pelvic muscles keep you from leaking Urethra 3 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
4 Normal Bladder Function Stores urine with no symptoms No leakage of urine between urinations 4 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
5 Normal Bladder Function Normal sensation of fullness when the bladder is full Time to get to the bathroom Bladder contracts is empty Sphincter and relaxes urine flows 5 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
6 Abnormal Bladder Function The bladder doesn t store urine well Urinary urgency and frequency There is leakage of urine between urinations Urge incontinence Stress urinary incontinence Mixed incontinence The bladder does not empty well Overflow incontinence Pelvic organ prolapse 6 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
7 Implications of Bladder Problems Decreased quality of life Interferes with work Interferes with social life and family activities Avoidance of sexual activity Reduced physical activity Weight gain Increased risk of falls Expensive Pads and protective garments 7 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
8 Discussion Overview Overactive Bladder (OAB) Stress Urinary Incontinence Mixed Urinary Incontinence Pelvic Organ Prolapse 8 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
9 Overactive Bladder (OAB)
10 Overactive Bladder This is a bladder storage problem 10 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
11 Types of Overactive Bladder OAB Dry Frequent, uncontrollable urges to urinate without leakage Fear of not making it to the bathroom on time More than 7 urinations per day Bladder never feels completely empty Interferes with quality of life and activities OAB Wet Involuntary leakage of urine associated with an abrupt and uncontrollable urge to urinate Interferes with quality of life and activities 11 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
12 The Cause of Most Cases of OAB UNKNOWN 12 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
13 Other Causes of OAB Dietary factors Caffeine Alcohol Dehydration Acidic foods Spicy foods Estrogen Deficiency Medications Diuretics (a.k.a., water pills) 13 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
14 Other Causes of OAB Other medical conditions Constipation Bladder infection Swelling in legs Diabetes Neurologic conditions: stroke, MS, Parkinson s Tobacco use Pelvic organ prolapse 14 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
15 OAB Evaluation Complete questionnaires 24-hour voiding and food diary Physical exam Urine tests Special testing as determined by your medical provider: Cystoscopy Urodynamic Study 15 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
16 OAB Treatments There are no cures for an OAB The goals of therapy are to: Lessen frequency of bothersome symptoms Lessen intensity of bothersome symptoms Lessen volume of urine lost Improve quality of life 16 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
17 OAB Dietary Treatments Avoid bladder irritants Caffeine Alcohol Acidic and spicy foods Any other identifiable bladder irritant use food diary to identify the culprit Remove and then add back foods if you are uncertain if a certain food acts like a bladder irritant Stay well hydrated Drink oz. glasses of water daily Prevent constipation 17 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
18 OAB Behavioral Treatments Break the habit of responding to every urge! What to do when you get the urge to urinate? STOP and stand still, sit down if possible TIGHTEN pelvic floor muscles 3-5x Breathe Relax Distract yourself WALK to the bathroom when the urge has decreased 18 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
19 OAB Behavioral Treatments Schedule frequent urinations by the clock Double void, if necessary Retrain your bladder! Slowly increase time between voids as the bladder is able to hold more urine Goal: 6-8 oz. urine every 3-4 hours is normal Avoid Just in case voiding No straining or pushing urine out of bladder Toileting position (no hovering) 19 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
20 OAB Behavioral Treatments 20 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
21 Other OAB Behavioral Treatments Weight Loss Smoking cessation Biofeedback and physical therapy Augments self-care 21 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
22 OAB Medical Treatments Oral medications are the #1 treatment option May help 50-80% of women One pill taken orally 1 3 times daily Dose may be adjusted as needed to improve response minimize side effects 22 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
23 Types of OAB Oral Medications Short-acting medication Oxybutynin (generic), a.k.a. Ditropan Effective treatment option Less convenient 2-3 times daily dosing Least expensive Highest rate of side effects 23 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
24 Types of OAB Oral Medications Long-acting medication Brand name medications: Ditropan XL, Tolteridine, Solefenicin, Darifenacin, Trospium, etc. Higher cost More convenient once daily dosing Fewer side effects Trospium is best for those at risk of cognitive side effects 24 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
25 Side Effects of Oral OAB Meds #1 Dry mucus membranes Dry mouth, eyes, nose Minimize with Biotene, gum, sugarless candy #2 Constipation Increase dietary fiber and water consumption Blurry vision Memory loss or confusion in those at high risk Indigestion, heart burn You can t take these medications if you have closed angle glaucoma, GI motility disorder, dementia 25 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
26 Oxytrol patch: Another OAB Medication Option Best for those who: did not tolerate side effects of oral medications have a medical reason why they can t take one of the oral medications patient preference Equally as effective as the oral medications One patch applied to skin twice weekly. Most common side effect: Skin irritation at site of patch Minimal problem with dry mouth and constipation 26 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
27 Other OAB Medical Treatments Vaginal estrogen replacement For post menopausal women May be done in conjunction with oral mediation or patch May be administered inside the vagina as a cream, suppository, or ring Most effective when taken over the long term 27 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
28 OAB Medication Considerations Do your symptoms bother you enough to try medication? Have you exhausted non medical treatment options (dietary changes, biofeedback, etc.)? Are the possible side effects acceptable relative to the possible benefit? Do you prefer taking a pill one time daily versus 2-3 times daily? Do you prefer to wear a patch that is changed 2 times per week? Cost generic versus brand name? 28 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
29 Minimally Invasive OAB Treatment Options Posterior tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS) Bladder Botox injections InterStim 29 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
30 Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation Controls bladder function by stimulating nerves that control bladder May be as equally effective as oral medications Benefits: Avoid medication side effects May be best for: Women who failed behavior therapy or medication(s) Women who did not tolerate oral medications Women at risk of experiencing cognitive problems Patient preference Risks are mild and temporary 30 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
31 Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation Low-voltage Electrical electrical stimulator stimulation attached for 30 to min needle per session Fine acupuncture-like needle inserted above ankle into a nerve One 30-minute treatment session/week for weeks Ankle May require long term repeat treatments ever 3-4 weeks to maintain benefit 31 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
32 Bladder Botox Injections Outpatient, minimally invasive surgery Botox is injected directly into bladder muscle Each injection lasts approximately 9 months NOT FDA-APPROVED Risks: Urinary tract infection Blood in urine Immunity Urinary retention in 5-20% of women 32 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
33 Sacral Nerve Stimulation Also known as a pacemaker for the bladder or InterStim therapy Controls bladder function by stimulating nerves that control your bladder 60 to 80% of women experience symptomatic improvement May be best for women who have failed or are not candidates for other treatment options 33 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
34 Sacral Nerve Stimulation Minimally invasive procedure Two step process Step 1 Test Step 2 Implantation Sacrum Wire Buttock Electrical stimulator 34 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
35 Sacral Nerve Stimulation Risks: Mechanical/electrical failure Lead migration Infection Undesirable sensations or pain 35 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
36 Which OAB treatment option is best for you? Behavior modification Oral medications Patch Vaginal estrogen cream Posterior tibial nerve stimulation Botox injections InterStim Your preference! 36 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
38 Stress Urinary Incontinence
39 Stress Urinary Incontinence Involuntary loss of urine Cough Sneeze Laugh Lifting heavy object Exercise Sexual intercourse Causes distress Negatively impacts quality of life 39 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
40 Causes of Stress Urinary Incontinence Weak urinary sphincter and pelvic floor muscles: Childbirth Genetics Prior pelvic surgery Aging Decreased estrogen levels Bladder pressure: Obesity Constipation Cough, sneeze, laugh, heavy lifting, etc. 40 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
41 Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatments: Overview Weight loss Very important Smoking cessation Treat medical causes of a chronic cough Kegel exercises Urethral injections Urethral sling surgery Our focus today 41 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
42 Kegel Exercises Best for mild cases of stress urinary incontinence Simple exercises that strengthen pelvic floor muscles Can be done anywhere at any time Must be done regularly and consistently to be effective May take a long time help (>6 months) to help 42 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
43 Before & after Kegel exercises BEFORE AFTER 43 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
44 Squeeze before you sneeze! 44 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
45 Peri-urethral injections Minimally invasive outpatient surgery Inject bulking material into urethra to make it more water tight 45 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
46 SNEEZE Peri-urethral injections SNEEZE Inject bulking material into urethra Bladder Bladder BIG LEAK Smaller leak 46 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
47 Peri-urethral injections Low success rates 20-30% of women may have some benefit after 2-5 injection sessions Best candidates: Risks: Not medically fit for mid urethral sling Limited mobility Patient preference infection, urinary urgency/frequency, painful urination, urinary retention 47 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
48 Mid urethral sling surgery The Gold Standard Treatment Option Two types: Transvaginal tape procedure (TVT) Transobturator sling procedure (TOT) Overall success rate: 85% 48 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
49 3 small incisions Mid Urethral Sling Surgery Urethra Bladder Vagina Insert sling under urethra Anus 49 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
50 Mid Urethral Sling Surgery Outpatient surgery Go home the same day as the surgery Anesthesia Spinal or general Minimally invasive surgery One small vaginal incision Two small skin incisions Sling is composed of a permanent, synthetic mesh that becomes incorporated into your body 50 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
51 Mid Urethral Sling Surgery Recovery process No lifting over 10 pounds for 4-6 weeks No straining for 4-6 weeks No vigorous exercise for 4-6 weeks No vaginal intercourse for 4-6 weeks No swimming pool use or bathing in a bathtub for at least two weeks Most women can resume work within 1 week 51 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
52 Mid Urethral Sling Surgery Intra operative risks Injury to bladder Injury to urethra Injury to blood vessels or bowel (very rare) Long term risks Recurrent incontinence New or worse urinary urgency and/or frequency Urinary retention Mesh erosion Need for removal of sling 52 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
54 Mixed Urinary Incontinence
55 Mixed Urinary Incontinence Leakage of urine with both: Urgency Coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, etc. Treatment options are the same as what has already been discussed Initial treatment is directed by your most bothersome symptom(s) Multiple different treatments may be necessary Your medical provider will guide you 55 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
56 Pelvic Organ Prolapse
57 Pelvic Organ Prolapse Drop in pelvic organ(s) from normal location: Bladder (called a cystocele) Rectum (called a rectocele) Cervix and uterus Vagina (called vaginal vault prolapse) 57 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
58 Pelvic Organ Prolapse Symptoms: Feeling of pelvic pressure (most common) Something falling out of vagina Urinary hesitancy Constipation OAB symptoms Incontinence Painful intercourse 58 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
59 Pelvic Organ Prolapse Diagnosed by examination Treatment will depend on your symptoms: Observation Weight loss Dietary changes Kegel exercises Avoid heavy lifting Smoking cessation Pessary Surgery 59 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only.
61 Complete bladder diary Complete questionnaire Read handouts 61 September 26, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. For internal use only. Action Plan Go to My Doctor Online for more information Recommended: Attend the Gynecology Department s Urinary Incontinence Class: Self-care for Women Kegel exercises Healthy habits Get urinalysis Schedule follow up appointment Bring bladder diary and questionnaire
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