Chance of Success
For more than every third patient a cure can be obtained and continence is restored again by simply replacing the rear holding bands
For the other patients, the front holding bands (PUL) need to be replaced also. If this is necessary shows up immediately after the surgery. No unwanted urine loss during stress (e.g.coughing) signifies completely intact front holding bands (PUL), so that no further surgical intervention is necessary. Urine loss during stress when coughing, sneezing, or similar, after the first surgery, is indicating a defect of the front holding bands (PUL) and must be replaced to restore the full functionality and control of the bladder. This is a minor procedure, which is carried out a few weeks later after the first surgery.
Women who suffer from urge incontinence can now be effectively helped with CESA / VASA, a surgical method developed by Prof. Dr. Wolfram Jäger. Scientific studies and medical experiences since 2007 are showing a success rate of 75%. This means that approximately three out of four women are cured from urge incontinence and subsequently enjoy a significant better quality of life.