When was the last time a holiday or trip away was impacted in some way by your bladder weakness?

The fear of leaks can make leaving home and visiting new places feel quite scary and can take away from the excitement of enjoying time away with family and friends. “What access will I have to a loo? What will the public toilets will be like? How I am going to fit sufficient pads in to my carry on to last me my entire trip? I hate sitting on the side lines while my loved ones splash away in the water or play ball games as I can’t be fully ‘present’.

Any of this sound familiar? If so, it’s probably because these are scenarios shared by real INNOVO customers whose bladder weakness has directly impacted on their holiday plans. And it’s not surprising. Research we conducted found that 37% of women who suffer with bladder weakness feel forced to change or adapt their holiday plans due to the embarrassment and anxiety it can cause1. 36% of women said they wouldn’t go swimming while on holiday due to the fear of wearing a pad, and 1 in 10 women have cancelled their holiday completely! 1

INNOVO customer Kath shares her holiday story…

Every year we went to Casa Blanca in Spain. I love spending time with my family running around the beach, playing volleyball and building sand castles. But my worsening bladder weakness meant that I could no longer join in. I started making excuses as to why I stopped going with my family to the beach. It may sound strange to not open up about what I was really going through, but I was convincing myself too. It was almost like a coping mechanism so that I didn’t break altogether.

– Kath, INNOVO Customer

How to control bladder weakness while travelling

Bladder weakness is common, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men suffer daily, so you’re not alone. But it doesn’t have to be this way. A weak bladder is fixable. INNOVO can help you restore your pelvic floor strength offering a long-lasting solution to bladder weakness in as little as 4 weeks2. Don’t let bladder weakness ruin your next holiday plans or time with family.

Kath treated her bladder weakness with INNOVO, and is now living life carefree, without the fear of leaks ruining the moment.

"After 4 weeks I saw a huge improvement. I started to wear smaller pads and was starting to feel like me again. Each week the symptoms gradually continued to improve. Seven weeks into the treatment I went on holiday. This was a highlight for me. It was the first holiday in 10 years that I really enjoyed. I was back playing all the beach games that I love with my daughter and it did not disappoint. Getting back on the sand felt better than ever before, knowing I could get stuck in with all the fun! I have completed the 12-week cycle and I can’t believe how amazing the results are – I’m dry for the first time in 10 years!", Kath, INNOVO customer.

How INNOVO can help

INNOVO is a clinically proven, truly non-invasive and long-lasting solution to Urinary Incontinence. Easy to use and comfortable to wear, INNOVO helps you safely and effortlessly strengthen and re-educate the entire network of pelvic floor muscles through gentle muscle stimulation.

Using INNOVO for just 30 minutes a day/five days a week over 12 weeks has been proven to treat bladder weakness - delivering results in as little as 4 weeks2.

INNOVO treats stress, urge and mixed incontinence in women and men of all ages, and is the only non-invasive pelvic floor exerciser that targets the root cause of the problem.

  • 80% of users saw a significant reduction in leaks after just 4 weeks2
  • 87% of users were defined as either dry or almost dry after 12 weeks3
  • 90% of users would recommend the therapy to others4

Learn more about INNOVO

1 3Gem 2,000 respondents, British women [June 2017]

2 Soeder S, et al, A randomised, controlled, double-blind, clinical study to compare two neuromuscular stimulator devices in female stress urinary incontinence: Effects on symptoms and quality of life. IUGA Conference 2018

3 R. Dmochowski – Novel external electrical muscle stimulation device for the treatment of female stress urinary incontinence: randomized controlled noninferiority trial versus intravaginal electrical stimulation. ICS Conference 2018

4 Observational study on the treatment of stress urinary incontinence with Innovotherapy, April 2014

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