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FAQs

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Is ApexM Cleared for Safety and Efficacy?

ApexM meets or exceeds all State & Federal Regulations governing the sale of medical devices in the United States.

How does it work?

ApexM was developed using science, physiology and frankly, common sense. Leakage is primarily caused by weak pelvic floor muscles. ApexM uses mild muscle stimulation to force the pelvic floor muscles to contract and relax in the same way your bicep muscles contract and relax, if you lift weights. The inflatable internal probe provides active resistance to build strong muscles quickly and efficiently.

What are InControl Products Made Out Of?

ApexM is made from medical-grade silicone that is phthalate-free and latex-free.

What Is the Warranty?

ApexM is warranted to be free from any defects for a period of 12 months from purchase, however, we test the devices for use out to 30 years.

When Should I Begin to See Some Reduction of Leakage?

This depends entirely on the current condition of your pelvic floor muscles, some have seen noticeable improvement in two weeks, all report significant improvement, up to completely dry, within 12 weeks. The products absolutely work, if you use them as directed.

Why Do I Need to Use InControl Gel?

Our gel enhances the effect of muscle stimulation while standard lubricants do not. And our gel is hypoallergenic to avoid any potential irritation. In other words, it works and is safe to use.

How does ApexM affect the environment?

It is helping it. By conservative estimates, disposable “pads” require up to 500 years to decompose. With over 40 million women using pads to absorb leakage and the average woman using at least 1 pad per day, more than 40 million pads going into the garbage every day – or over 14 trillion pads per year!

What causes Stress Leakage?

It is caused almost entirely by weak pelvic floor muscles that lose the ability to squeeze the urethra and prevent leakage. In some cases, the pelvic organs, such as the uterus and bladder, can descend into and in some cases out of the vagina.

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