Whether you’re trying to keep tabs on when you last peed or needing to find the closest bathroom like NOW (hint: Bloomingdale’s), all you have to do is power on and power into these apps that will help you regulate your bladder leakage issues more effectively. So stop scrolling Instagram and start downloading these handy little helpers. Because let’s PEE honest, if you’re anything like us, you’re always on your phone anyway, it might as well be useful....
This application helps you track your bladder health in partnership with your healthcare provider. So you can take control of your health and loop in the important people who need to be in the mix. The functions include a Bladder Diary, which tracks fluid intake and urinary output, which you’d measure in a container from your local drug store. There’s also an AUA Symptom Score, a questionnaire designed to assess your urinary symptoms and response to therapy.
If you’re dealing with SUI, your healthcare provider may recommend you keep a daily record of liquid intake and peeing details (sexy, right?). UroBladder Diary functions just like that, where instead of filling out a lame paper form, you can click on the iPhone record and report the information like a digital diary. Each entry can be reviewed and edited. Then, a Report can be generated with the data and converts it to readable text in PDF summary file so you can shoot it over to your physician for review and inclusion in your electronic medical record.
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Conveniently created by Charmin, the makers of that cozy, quilted TP you know and love, this app helps you locate a restroom anywhere in the United States. Now, whether it’ll have Charmin, we can’t say, but while you’re peeing, you can also download free iMessage “Pooptastic” stickers. Send ‘em to your kids and grandkids, because like all children, they are obsessed with poop.
If you’re as bad at doing your Kegel exercises as we are, well you’ve got no more excuses once you download this app. Tät features information and lifestyle advice about stress urinary incontinence and offers a pelvic floor muscle training program, along with handy reminders, data and statistics. Plus it’s available in English, Swedish, Arabic, Finnish, Spanish and German. It claims that 9 out of 10 women’s SUI conditions improved while using the app, as well. The app’s pelvic floor muscle training comes in six basic and six advanced levels, with information and advice. It also contains help functions, the ability to create reminders, a visualization of each level of training and a statistical function.
Kegel Trainer PFM Exercises
This app offers easy-to-follow sessions and daily reminders that make it much easier to strengthen your pelvic floor. It also offers 10 different sessions to work through, meaning that just when you get bored of doing the same Kegel exercise over and over. It changes it up for new challenges. Each session is between 30 seconds and three minutes, which is something we think you have time for. As an ultimate discretionary bonus, it can prompt with audio or vibrating cues so that you know it’s time to get your workout on. It’s also super discrete, so that no one looking at your phone knows how many Kegels you did today.
Just remember one thing: you can download every SUI app until your heart’s content, but if you’re not doing your Kegel exercises correctly, they won’t work.
INNOVO takes the guesswork out of Kegels by doing them for you. Simply slip on our bike shorts with our proprietary EMS multipath technology and sit back and relax as 180 Kegels are delivered to your pelvic floor in 30 minutes. It’s the perfect therapy to work in tandem with these apps so that you can stay organized on your journey to dryness. And if you need some extra support or a reminder that you can do it, we’ve got you every step of the way.