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What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is caused by gradual loss of support of the urinary sphincter, the muscles that stop the flow of urine. Weakening of the supporting structures occurs when due to natural aging or secondary to childbirth, especially in multiparous women.

Urinary incontinence or involuntary urinary leakage is an embarrassing condition. Imagine yourself chit-chatting with your friends in a party. In an outburst of laughter, you passed urine in the underpants. Not only will there be smell but also wetness, both of which cause social embarrassment and discomfort. You may end up refraining yourself from social activities out of fear for this incident repeating itself.

Types Of Urinary Incontinence

When urine leaks out at times when your bladder is under pressure; for example, when you cough or laugh

When urine leaks as you feel a sudden, intense urge to pee, or soon afterwards

When you’re unable to fully empty your bladder, which causes frequent leaking

When your bladder cannot store any urine at all, which causes you to pass urine constantly or have frequent leaking

What Is Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition where you’re unable to correctly relax and coordinate the muscles in your pelvic floor to urinate or to have a bowel movement. Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles found in the floor (the base) of your pelvis (the bottom of your torso).

Pregnancy, childbirth, surgery, and menopause all affect the bladder, urethra, and other muscles — including your pelvic floor muscles — that support these organs. Pelvic floor muscles are the layer of muscles that support pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis, including gluteal, perianal, and vaginal muscles. Strong pelvic floor muscles give you control over your bladder, while weakened pelvic floor muscles could mean that your internal organs are not fully supported, and also affect how you control the release of urine.

What Does Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Feel Like?

Frequently needing to use the bathroom. You may also feel like you need to “force it out” to go, or you might stop and start many times.

It’s thought that up to half of the people who experience long-term constipation also have pelvic floor dysfunction.

Straining or pushing really hard to pass a bowel movement or having to change positions on the toilet or use your hand to help eliminate stool.

Leaking stool or urine (incontinence).
Painful urination.
Feeling pain in your lower back with no other cause.
Feeling ongoing pain in your pelvic region, genitals or rectum — with or without a bowel movement.

When To Seek Medical Advice?

See a GP if you have any type of symptoms. These are common problems and you should not feel embarrassed talking to them about your symptoms. This can also be the first step towards finding a way to effectively manage the problem.

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Meet Our Doctors

Every step of the treatment will be customized to your needs by our team of doctors. You are the very reason why we are here.

Dr. Anna Hoo (MD)


  • MD, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • Certified International Trainer

Dr. William Hoo (MD)


  • MD, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine of AMERICAN ACADEMY OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE – AAAM®

Dr. Ian Tan (MD)


  • MD, Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine of AMERICAN ACADEMY OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE – AAAM®

Dr. Eileen (MD)

  • MBBS, AIMST University, Malaysia
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Dermatology (South Wales, UK)
  • Professional Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine by IIWAM & European International University (Paris)

Dr. Joyce (MD)

  • MD, Mahsa University
  • Professional Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine ( IIWAM | EIU, Paris)

What Makes Us Special?

THE HOLISTIC AESTHETICS APPROACH – At Anna Hoo Clinic, our patient will never be offered a standard, one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, the patient are prescribed treatments that are tailored to their specific needs rather than generic solutions. This unique approach embraces a variety of modalities in one treatment regime so that patients can reap multiple benefits while minimising side effects from overdosing from one particular treatment.

The treatment plan is based on the belief that each individual is unique with different mental, social and physical needs. Importantly, it digs deep to discover the types of therapies and treatments that best align with the patient’s desires.

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