Do I Have Urge Incontinence?
If you are often struck by a desperate need to urinate but can’t reach the toilet in time, you may have urge incontinence. Some people only have these symptoms during the daytime, while others may only have symptoms at night. Overactive bladder is another name for urge incontinence.
What Causes Urge Incontinence:
Urge incontinence can be caused by a miscommunication between nerves and the bladder, certain infections, or from unknown causes.
How is Urge Incontinence Treated
Historically, urge incontinence has been difficult to treat. Medications cause unwanted side effects, pelvic floor muscle exercises with biofeedback had to be completed in the clinician’s office, and with surgical interventions which were often ineffective.
InTone effectively treats urge incontinence with its patented customizable probe, unique internal vaginal muscle stimulation and voice guided exercises with biofeedback that you can complete in the comfort of your home.