Pads and diapers for urine leakage are archaic, medieval, and obsolete
Our body is not supposed to leak urine, it’s not normal, nor is it just something you have to live with.
If you leak urine, your body is sending a message that there is something wrong in your pelvic floor. Pads and diapers don’t solve urine leakage, they just absorb urine.
The National Institutes of Health estimates that a woman in her twenties that leaks urine will spend $50,000.00 over her lifetime on pads or diapers, maybe that’s why pads and diapers are an $8.4 billion dollar business. Another negative to consider is the environment. Some pads and diapers will take up to 500 years to biodegrade, that’s a very long time.
If you leak urine when you exercise, laugh, cough or sneeze, you have what’s called stress urinary incontinence. Stress urinary incontinence is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles. Strengthen those pelvic floor muscles and the urine leaks stop, no more need for pads or diapers.
- A weak pelvic floor can lead to symptoms such as; bladder leakage, migration of the internal organs to vaginal canal, bowel leakage, poor sensation during intercourse and prolonged postpartum recovery.
- InControl Medical products are manufactured in the USA, for women, by women.
- The average woman with light bladder leakage spends over $700 a year in pads and bladder control products.
- Your pelvic floor will not get any stronger if you do not exercise it.
- 50% of women do kegels incorrectly according to the national institute of health.
- It is estimated that disposable pads take 500 years to decompose.
ApexM, by InControl Medical, was scientifically and specifically designed to strengthen and rebuild pelvic floor muscle tone thus eliminating bladder leakage and stress urinary incontinence. Think of ApexM as a trip to the gym for your pelvic floor. ApexM has been prescribed by thousands of physicians to eliminate stress bladder leakage and now it’s available over the counter direct to you without a prescription.
Some women have leaks due to overactive bladder (OAB). The truth is, it’s not the bladder that’s over active, it’s the detrusor muscle that surrounds the bladder that is over active. That muscle has lost its synchronization and squeezes the bladder even when the bladder isn’t completely full. The result is rushing to the bathroom and loss of sleep due to getting up to go to the bathroom.
ApexM, by InControl Medical, strengthens pelvic floor muscles eliminating stress bladder leakage and it sends a calming signal to that detrusor muscle surrounding the bladder causing it to relax and only function when the bladder is full, eliminating urge incontinence and the expense of pads and diapers.