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Menopause and incontinence

Errors in menopause treatment

A very widespread idea consists in believing that the urinary incontinence which appears after the menopause is secondary to an insufficiency of secretion in female hormones (estrogens).

Estrogenic treatments of incontinence after the “menopause” are not  convincing at all as a publication of the COCHRANE Database publication showed in 2012 (1).(pdf)

To understand these therapeutic failures and dangers (being able to cause the breast cancer) it is necessary to know:

Anatomy of female uretra

Function of the bladder neck

Incontinence is often confounded with urgencies of micturition and can be the consequences of a sclerosis and an inflamation of the bladder neck, leading to unnecessary surgery, whilst a simple treatment with mesterolone could solve the problem.


Bladder neck sclerosis with congestion

Endoscopy of bladder neck sclerosis with congestion

 Bladder neck sclerosis with inflammation and inflammatory polyps

Endoscopy of bladder neck sclerosis  with inflammatory polyps

ovarian hormones of woman

The pool of androgens in woman

Incontinence, urgencies of micturition can be the consequences of a sclerosis and an inflamation of the bladder neck.

Chronic cystitis and the devastator disorder of interstitial cystitis can be the consequences of an inflamation of the bladder neck.

The many scleroses of the bladder neck in woman are the consequences of an insufficiency of androgens'secretion (mainly dihydrotestosterone) before the menopause (oral contraceptive) or after menopause (menopause disease).

These disorders due to the insufficiency in androgens can improve with the mesterolone. The results are often spectacular.