Can’t control your pee like you used to?
Do you feel chained to the toilet? Are you missing out on important events with your family and friends because you can’t control your pee? Are you too embarrassed to tell your doctor even sneezing makes your urine leak?
You shouldn’t be embarrassed! This condition affects more women than you know! Most of women think they should just bear with it and continue living their lives in shame!
Ladies listen up! Urinary incontinence can be corrected without any surgery!
You shouldn’t have to deal with it!
Why you need to seek help for urinary incontinence asap!
Urinary incontinence limits the amount of strenuous activity you can do because the added pressure on your bladder will cause your pee to leak.
Not being able to control your pee can lead you to avoid social gatherings with your family and friends because you’re always worrying about wetting your self in public or getting to a toilet in time.
You’ll probably feel like you’re chained to the toilet because you’re constantly rushing to one, hoping you can make it in time, before your urine starts leaking.
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Because our treatments are non-invasive, you don’t experience any downtime. That means you can commence with your daily routine, immediately after your treatment session.
The treatment time for this procedure is 15 minutes. You can easily schedule it during your lunch hour and be back in the office without any one noticing.
You shouldn’t be subjected to feeling embarrassed when you have your treatment. That’s why only female doctors perform this procedure to correct your urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is a result of weak pelvic muscles. Your bladder sits on and is supported by your pelvic muscles.
When your pelvic muscles become weak, any sudden pressure put on your bladder from sneezing, coughing, laughing and even exercising, can push out your urine causing you to have an embarrassing leakage problem.
If you’ve given birth multiple times, are reaching your 50s or are involved in strenuous sports activity like competitive running, then you are likely to get urinary incontinence.
Kegel exercises involve the squeezing of your inner pelvic muscles, an exercise meant to strengthen your pelvic floor muscle and tighten your vagina
Kegel exercises cannot repair the muscles that have been stretched due to childbirth or that have become loose due to old age.
Because the treatment for urinary incontinence is non-surgical, you don’t experience any discomfort during the procedure.