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Types of Incontinence

Stress Incontinence (SUI):

Leakage of urine, even small amounts, when laughing, coughing, sneezing or exercising. Many women think it is “normal” to leak, especially after childbirth. The reality is, it is NEVER normal to leak urine, and without treatment, the leakage can worsen. If you use a pantiliner or pads on a regular basis, learn about InTone and ApexM.

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Urge Incontinence (UUI):

Bladder leakage that is preceded by a sense of urinary urgency, or rushing to the bathroom.Often, women report that this type of leakage is associated with daily activities, such as washing dishes or when returning home. If you find yourself frequently rushing to the bathroom, or if you alter your daily activities due to a frequent need to urinate, learn more about InTone and ApexM.

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Mixed Incontinence (MUI):

Leakage of urine, even small amounts, when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising in addition to a frequent, urgent need to use the restroom. Often as women mature we develop symptoms of both types of bladder leakage (stress and urge). In these circumstances it can be difficult to treat both symptoms effectively. If you are living with mixed incontinence, learn about the only single-source treatments to stop your bladder leakage: InTone and ApexM.

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