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How to treat Bladder Weakness

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Is there a treatment for bladder weakness?

Yes, there is! Hurrah! 1 in 3 women and 1 in 10 men manage this condition every day, relying on panty liners and absorbent pads to cope with the symptoms, but the good news is that there are effective treatments available too. By strengthening the pelvic floor muscles you can treat the root cause of bladder weakness and no longer have to tolerate leaks. Either by using special medication (which your GP will have prescribed for those of us with fairly severe cases) or by using Innovotherapy, you can also help calm an overactive bladder, strengthen your pelvic floor and keep your toilet turmoil in check.

Innovotherapy is a non-invasive way to restore your pelvic floor sending targeted impulses via a set of conductive pads to safely and effectively activate the muscles of the entire pelvic floor.

The proof is in the results. After four weeks of treatment, 80% of users saw a significant reduction in the amount of involuntary urine leaked and 87% of users were defined as dry or almost dry after 12 weeks2.

 

 

By strengthening the pelvic floor muscles you can treat the root cause of bladder weakness and no longer have to tolerate leaks.

Related articles

1) 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

2) 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

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