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As a person suffering from urinary incontinence (UI), you understand that it negatively affects your ability to normally function in everyday life. It can affect both your professional and social well being. In fact, studies show that people with urinary incontinence seek medical assistance more frequently than those who don't have the condition.
We understand the impact urinary incontinence can have on an individual. For this reason, we offer a solution that can resolve UI effectively, without any surgery or medication.
Consumer statistics reveal the cost of living with urinary incontinence. Every month, you may be spending hundreds of dollars on incontinence products, such as adult diapers and pads. You may also have to change your clothes more frequently, or purchase new clothing to replace those that have been permanently soiled.
Restore bladder control with a non-surgical solution that is safe and comfortable, with no downtime. Our urinary incontinence treatment is designed to give you a noticeable improvement in bladder control within just 3 weeks. You can maintain your great results with easy maintenance treatments.
Urinary Incontinence Treatment FAQ
It is possible to strengthen the pelvic floor in order to regain control over the bladder. This would reverse the effects of urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is caused by a weakened pelvic floor. The pelvic floor features muscles that control the stream of urine. By strengthening these muscles, control over urine can be improved, thereby fixing urinary incontinence.
There are a variety of causes, and most have to do with how they weaken the pelvic floor muscles. Pregnancy, aging and obesity can negatively affect the function of the pelvic floor, causing urinary incontinence. Diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's may also be causes.
Not going to the bathroom when you feel the urge can actually do more harm than good because it can make it more difficult to empty your bladder when you do go.
There are some medications that can treat urinary incontinence, however, pills aren't always required to treat the condition. There are treatments that use electromagnetic energy that can resolve urinary incontinence, without negative side effects.
Bladder control can be strengthened by improving the muscles in the pelvic floor.
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