How it Works
Attain is the most effective, non-invasive option available for the treatment of urinary and/or fecal incontinence in women in a single, at-home device. FDA cleared, no prescription required.
Attain provides muscle stimulation, visual biofeedback, and a guided exercise program to eliminate stress, urge and mixed urinary incontinence and fecal incontinence without the risks of medication, surgery, or wasted effort with Kegel exercises. Attain solves incontinence at the source – the muscle level, naturally, without side effects.
Attain is simple to use and fits so easily into even the most active lifestyle.
Two Types of Muscle Stimulation
Low Frequency Stimulation
Attain uses mild muscle stimulation, delivered via a customizable probe that sends a calming signal to the muscle that surrounds the bladder to prevent spasms eliminating urgency/OAB.
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High Frequency Stimulation
Attain’s second muscle stimulation automatically strengthens the muscles of the pelvic floor better and faster than you can doing kegel exercises. Strong pelvic floor muscles provide better overall bladder control and eliminates stress incontinence and accidental bowel leakage.
Muscle stimulation also provides the “mind muscle connection”, as Attain automatically strengthens your pelvic floor muscles, it teaches you how an effective, properly performed Kegel exercise should feel—allowing you to learn proper technique. Attain’s muscle stimulation eliminates the problems with Kegel exercises!
Research has shown that over half of women who attempt Kegel exercises do them incorrectly resulting in NO improvement in pelvic floor muscle strength.
Patented, Customizable Probe
Attain’s inflatable probe, provides a perfect fit, actually contouring to your body, ensuring comfortable and effective delivery of muscle stimulation and provides active resistance to build muscle quickly.
Visual Biofeedback and Guided Exercise Program
Attain provides visual cues to guide you through the same exercise program used by pelvic floor therapists, while providing visual biofeedback to encourage proper pelvic floor activation.
Complete one 10 minute session, 6 days per week. Upon achieving desired results, continue to use 1 or 2 times per week to maintain results. Pelvic floor muscles are skeletal muscles, just like your biceps and triceps and they need to be maintained. Think of Attain as a trip to the gym for your pelvic floor.