BROOKFIELD, Wis.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–InControl Medical LLC, the world’s largest supplier of medical devices that treat/cure stress, urge and mixed bladder and bowel leakage in women and men, announced today a record sales increase of 191% first quarter 2018 versus the same period last year.

“Pads, Pills, Surgery and Meds could be a thing of the past,” says Herschel Peddicord, President of InControl Medical LLC. “Our sales have jumped precipitously since we began our latest direct to consumer advertising campaign letting women with incontinence know there is a solution to involuntary bladder leakage without the use of pads, medications or surgery. To date, over 90,000 people have found relief for stress, urge and mixed incontinence. As we move into Q2, we remain confident in our direct product to consumer approach and appreciate the support we have received from our partners, shareholders and the industry.”

InControl Medical has developed and introduced to the market a robust line of FDA-cleared medical devices to tighten and tone pelvic floor muscles to treat all types of bladder leakage by an average of 90% in most women, eliminating the need for pads altogether. Aging, high impact exercise and childbirth take a toll on the health of the muscles that surround the vagina, causing them to stretch and lose tone and tightness over time. Loss of pelvic floor muscle tone can lead to bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapses, and difficulty achieving orgasm. Strong, healthy pelvic floor muscles are important for all women to prevent leakage, improve sexual health and enhance intimacy.

All InControl products can be used in the privacy of home and ordered discretely online without a prescription.

Located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, InControl Medical manufactures all its products in the United States. An ISO 13485 certified facility for quality manufacturing, InControl Medical meets or exceeds all Federal and State regulations regarding the sale of medical devices in the United States, Canada and the European Union.

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