AINU Doctors Bring Hope to Secunderabad Resident

AINU Doctors Bring Hope to Secunderabad Resident

Hyderabad, October 20th, 2023: In a heartwarming turn of events, a woman in her seventies from Secunderabad has rekindled the joy of laughter, freed from the chains of a debilitating condition that plagued her for two decades. This remarkable transformation was made possible through the unwavering expertise of Dr. Sarika Pandya, the head of the Female Urology department at the Asian Institute of Nephrology and Urology (AINU).

For 20 long years, this resilient 72-year-old lady silently bore the burden of urinary leakage, triggered by actions as simple as laughing, coughing, sneezing, or lifting weights. She had come to accept it as an inevitable part of aging until her path intersected with Dr. Sarika Pandya, who diagnosed her with "Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI)."

After a comprehensive evaluation, the decision was made to undergo a Stress Incontinence surgery known as the Transobturator Tape (TOT) Procedure. This minimally invasive surgical technique involves the insertion of a synthetic mesh tape through small incisions, providing crucial support to the urethra. This tape effectively acts as a hammock, lending stability to the urethra and preventing involuntary urine leakage, especially during physically demanding activities. The TOT procedure is renowned for its effectiveness, minimal surgical risks, and rapid recovery compared to traditional methods, ultimately enhancing the quality of life for countless individuals grappling with SUI. The surgery was a resounding success, liberating her from the need for diapers and allowing her to embrace laughter and social interactions without any hint of embarrassment. In an emotionally charged twist, her daughter, who had silently endured the same condition, decided to seek treatment after witnessing her mother's incredible transformation.

Dr. Sarika Pandya emphasized the importance of early intervention for issues related to urinary leakage, a common concern among women, often arising from pregnancy, childbirth, or muscle weakness. Seeking assistance in the early stages can lead to non-surgical solutions, such as Kegel exercises and medication, averting prolonged suffering. Dr. Pandya underlined the fact that 20-30% of women worldwide, and even some men, experience urinary leakage, making awareness and early consultation paramount for enhancing their overall quality of life. This heartening success story serves as a testament to the power of medical advancements and the compassionate care provided by dedicated professionals at AINU.

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