Rockledge, Florida

Marja Sprock, M.D., FACOG, FPMRS Board Certified
Fellowship Trained Urogynecologist

Now Accepting New Patients

info@CFUroGyn.com      Phone:  321-806-3929

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Botox® Treatments Covered by Insurance
By Marja Sprock, M.D. FACOG, FPMRS board certified

Insurance covered Botox® treatment available at Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge, Florida.

What a great eye-catching headline. Not only that, it is true. Caveat: it is in the bladder and not in the face. Botox® is FDA approved for the treatment of overactive bladder for non-responders to medications in the group anticholinergics. Anticholinergics are medications like Oxybutynin, Tolterodine (Detrol®),Fesoterodine (Toviaz®), Darifenacin (Enablex®), Trospium (Sanctura®). These medications are taken in pill form, patches or creams dependent on the specific medication used.

Botox® has been FDA approved for overactive bladder since January 2013 and for bladder problems in people with certain neurologic conditions as spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis since August 2011.

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a condition in which the bladder squeezes too often and or without warning. Patients suffering from OAB often know all the bathrooms on their way to work or map them out. There is often a sudden urge/desire to urinate, which sometimes leads to urine leakage. It is the familiar you have the keys or doorknob in your hand and notice urine escaping or you start leaking on your way to the bathroom. Urination can also be frequent due to a persistent urge feeling.

Like Botox® (onabotulinumtoxin A) in the face, which paralyses some of the wrinkle forming muscles, Botox in the bladder relaxes the Detrusor muscle. In overactive bladder, the detrusor muscle is often overactive.

Injection of the bladder with Botox is often done in an office setting using a cystoscope. A cystoscopy is a procedure which allows visualization of the inside of the bladder. Most patients choose the convenience of the office to have their Botox injected. They receive numbing medication for the bladder and some antibiotics to prevent a urinary tract infection (UTI). Risks of the procedure are: UTI, that is the reason antibiotics are given and a chance of retention. The chance of procedure induced urinary retention is about 6%, which is in the case of Botox®, a temporary inability to completely empty the bladder.

The duration of the effect of Botox® on the urinary incontinence in patients with bladder overactivity is up to 10 months. Even though there should be at least 12 weeks in between treatments, it is usually between 6-9 months.

Botox can be used in adults of any age. Edith, a very active, full of life and activity 93 year old, had a debilitating overactive bladder with leakage problem. Despite numerous treatments, she required pads which she despised. Edith came in after her Botox® injection for follow up. She had done well and was emptying her bladder completely at the correct time. “Guess what” she said, smiling ear to ear; “I am just wearing panties.”

Dr. Marja Sprock, one of the nation’s few board certified urogynecologists (FPMRS) has treated numerous patients successfully with Botox® in the bladder. If you have overactive bladder and are not being helped by anticholinergic medications, Botox may be an option for you.

Call Central Florida UroGynecology in Rockledge 321-806-3929 or www.CFUroGyn.com if you prefer to wear panties instead of pads.


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