Do I Have Stress Incontinence?
If you leak a bit when you laugh, cough, sneeze, jog, or lift something heavy, you may have stress incontinence. This is the most common bladder control problem in younger women.
What Causes Stress Incontinence?
Stress incontinence occurs when the muscles and tissue that help support the bladder become weak.
There are several reasons why these muscles can lose strength:
- Weight gain
- Sports injury
- Multiple pregnancies
- Vaginal childbirths
How is Stress Incontinence Treated?
Until InTone, stress incontinence was often treated with lifestyle modifications, medications that cause side effects, pelvic floor muscle exercises that had to be completed in a clinician’s office and surgical interventions that often require weeks of recovery.
InTone effectively treats stress incontinence using our patented customizable probe, voice-guided pelvic floor muscle exercises with biofeedback and internal vaginal muscle stimulation without pills, without pain and without side effects.