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Treating Stress Urinary Incontinence With Stem Cells

There are 5 comments on the story from Jul 6, 2008, titled Treating Stress Urinary Incontinence With Stem Cells. In it, reports that:

Dr. Rodriguez discussed use of stem cells for treating SUI . A stem cell is embryonic, adult, or engineered.

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#1 Jul 13, 2008
I am interested to learn more about the treatment of SUI with stem cells. Is this procedure currently underway in US? How many such procedures have been performed successfully so far ?Are there incidence of side effects ? Thanks

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Dec 18, 2012
Bladder mesh devices have been linked to a string of inadvertent effects lately including bleeding, internal injuries, and pelvic pain. Although various treatments carry their own risk of side effects, a new treatment optionmay hold promise to women suffering from a prolapsed bladder or stress urinary incontinence who wish to avoid the complications associated with mesh implants. More information about pelvic mesh devices and related issues may also be found at

Paradise Valley, AZ

#3 Feb 16, 2013
This is good news to all affected women who wish to steer clear of the risks tied to current SUI treatments like bladder or pelvic slings. I ran into some articles at when I was searching for more information about "bladder sling recall" and found that these devices have the tendency to move from where it was implanted, causing damage to nearby organs.
Babette Cormier

San Jose, CA

#4 Mar 22, 2013
This report was made in 2008 and it may interest everyone that as of last year, Dr. Peters of Michingan had a very positive result in the use of cellulat therapy. Aside from this development, the use of botox for urinary incontinence has also been approved. These developments are truly welcome news to millions of women suffering from urinary incontinence. This will mean more options in treating their conditions and not rely on devices such as the vaginal mesh. This device has caused injuries to thousands of women who may never recover from their injuries. Learn more about this new method of treatment and the developments on the vaginal mesh front by reading up on articles available in

Since: Jul 13

Delhi, India

#6 Jul 30, 2013
These developments bring in high hopes to millions of women suffering from urinary incontinence. Can anyone suggest the best place to go for this treatment in India?

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