What is stress urinary incontinence?
How does it work?
Bulkamid supports the closing mechanism of the urethra and provides better control of urine when you cough, laugh, exercise or change position.
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Why choose
Minimally invasive procedure

No incisions are made, just a series of small injections

3 out of 4 women

report that their stress urinary incontinence was cured or improved after treatment with Bulkamid2

More than 70,000 patients

have been treated with Bulkamid

No reported long term complications*

Short term side effects normally resolve within a couple of days5

*As with any procedure short term complications may happen, these can include mild pain after the procedure, difficulty emptying your bladder, urgency (the sudden urge to urinate), urinary tract infection, mild burning or bleeding when urinating. However, these normally resolve within a couple of days after your treatment.

Learn more about Bulkamid & bladder control
What is Stress Urinary Incontinence?

Stress urinary incontinence is very common among women of all ages and increases as you get older. Apart from aging, other factors…

What is Urethral Bulking?

Urethral bulking involves the injection of a soft hydrogel, like Bulkamid, into 3 or 4 locations in the urethral wall using a small telescope…

What is Bulkamid?

Bulkamid is a soft hydrogel that consists of 97.5% water and 2.5% polyacrylamide. Once injected, Bulkamid provides additional volume…

Next steps

Stress urinary incontinence can have a big impact on your everyday life. However, it is a treatable condition enabling you to live your life with confidence.