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The highly experienced family physicians (GPs), specialist doctors and nurses at Valvekliinik are ready to help you with both urgent ailments and chronic illnesses. The patient’s needs are always our starting point, and we do our best to find a solution for each health problem. Our doctors and nurses will help to determine the most likely reason behind the patient’s health problem, assess the risks, and if necessary, provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
The mission of Valvekliinik is to be available to everybody in need of medical care and offer patient-centered treatment at the very moment when it is needed the most.
During our 5 years of work, Valvekliinik has helped over 12,000 patients from more than 100 countries.
Our highly experienced doctors will help to determine the cause behind the patient’s health problem and provide instructions for further treatment or tests.
Valvekliinik – personalized care in the centre of Tallinn
25-45% of women have urinary incontinence after having a baby.
Pelvic floor muscles can weaken during pregnancy due to hormonal changes and extra weight, also delivery can cause trauma to the muscles and nerves in the pelvic floor. Post-partum urinary incontinence usually passes within up to three months but can last longer in a lot of cases.
Urine leakage can happen in the most common activities such as laughing, coughing, jumping, or even walking downhill. When this happens, it has a negative effect on the daily life.
Urinary incontinence is treatable. Regular training of pelvic floor muscles can be used to prevent and treat this issue. This should already be done during pregnancy. If the issue persists, we recommend consulting with a gynaecologist or a physical therapist, who helps with planning treatment or giving a training plan.