How much do you value being able to laugh, cough, sneeze without embarrassment? Be active, go anywhere without checking the toilets’ map??
How much your confidence and freedom are worth?
Difficult to put a number to it! However, what we can surely calculate is the cost of keep managing the symptoms. We conducted a study and found that British people suffering from bladder weakness, will spend an average of £720 every year on pads. And this cost could be much higher, especially if you are experiencing frequent leakage.
Add this up over a lifetime of continued. Left untreated, bladder weakness tends to worsen over time, meaning more money spent on pads, year after year. It’s an endless cost and its not even providing you with a solution to the problem. What if you just didn’t experience leaks in the first place?
The cost of wearing pads, liners and absorbent pants adds up. Use our calculator to see how much you’re spending each year. INNOVO is a one-time payment solution. No more pads, leaks or worries.
This is where INNOVO can help…
INNOVO treats the root cause of bladder weakness, rather than just the symptoms, by non-invasively strengthening the pelvic floor via pain-free muscle stimulation. This safe & convenient at-home treatment is suitable for women and men and is clinically proven to work:
- 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
- Recommended by physicians
- Results in as little as 4 weeks
- Customer satisfaction guarantee
- 0% risk of infection compared to probes
- Free delivery
1 TEFEN Research Study, 2015
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