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If your lifestyle has been altered due to urinary control issues and you haven't found success with other treatment options there is still hope.

You know that constant need to run to the bathroom or that nagging fear you might leak urine at the most inopportune moment? Urinary control problems can consume your thoughts so you're busy worrying about your little prison sentence while life passes you by.

If you have tried other treatments like diet modification, biofeedback and medications and still experience bladder control problems you may be excited to know there is another option, InterStim Therapy. This FDA-approved treatment can eliminate or greatly reduce bladder control symptoms for men and women suffering from urge incontinence, urgency-frequency or urinary retention problems. So you can return the life you once enjoyed without worrying about where the next bathroom is.

What is Interstim?

InterStim Therapy works with the pelvic nerves located near the tailbone. The sacral nerves control your bladder and the muscles related to urinary function. There are many situations where the pelvic nerves become dysfunctional and/or over stimulated. If the brain and sacral nerves don't communicate properly the nerves cannot tell the bladder to function properly which can lead to bladder control problems. InterStim Therapy targets this communication problem by modulating the nerves with mild stimulation.

Nothing Else has worked. How do I know if this will?

Every time your doctor suggests a new treatment only to discover it doesn't work for you, you surely feel a bit more frustrated. Who wouldn't? Well while InterStim Therapy isn't right for everyone, it has helped thousands of people just like you greatly reduce or eliminate their bladder control symptoms.

Latest Development for Patient Convenience "Perc Test"

To help discover if InterStim Therapy will work for you a test stimulator has been created so you can try InterStim Therapy without making a big commitment. The test stimulation or "perc test" involves. During the trial stimulation, which typically lasts three to five days, you may continue many of your daily activities with caution. You will keep a diary to document your urinary symptoms or the lack thereof.

If you experience a 50% improvement in your urinary symptoms and parole from bladder prison that you have longed for then long term InterStim Therapy can be our next life changing conversation.


  • Is InterStim Therapy safe and effective? (+)
  • What does the procedure entail? (+)
  • Will I experience any side effects? (+)
  • How will I control it? (+)
  • How will it impact my daily life? (+)
  • Will InterStim Therapy cure my condition? (+)

Questions About InterStim Therapy Trial Assessment (Perc Test)

  • How long is the trial assessment period? (+)
  • How long will the trial assessment procedure take? (+)
  • Will I have to miss work? (+)
  • Will the procedure hurt? (+)
  • Is there any recovery time needed? (+)
  • What does the stimulation feel like? (+)
  • What are the risks? (+)
  • What happens after the procedure? (+)
  • How will I know when to go to the bathroom during the trial? Do I need to turn the neurostimulator on and off? (+)
  • How will I know if the trial is successful? (+)
  • What happens if I have a successful trial? (+)
  • What happens if my symptoms don't significantly improve? (+)
  • Will my insurance cover the trial assessment? (+)
  • Is the trial assessment the same as a clinical trial? (+)
  • What resources are available for support when I undergo the trial assessment? (+)

Questions About Long-term InterStim Therapy

  • What is long-term InterStim Therapy? (+)
  • What size is the neurostimulator? (+)
  • Where is the neurostimulator placed? (+)
  • Will anyone be able to see the neurostimulator? (+)
  • How do I control the stimulation? (+)
  • Can I get an MRI after receiving long-term InterStim Therapy? (+)
  • Is InterStim Therapy reversible? (+)
  • What are the benefits of lnterStim Therapy? (+)
  • What are the risks? (+)
  • Neurostimulation might cause you to experience some of these side effects: (+)
  • How often will I need to see Dr. Sweeten? (+)
  • What determines how long the battery will last? (+)