Sunday, June 7, 2015

Apex :: An At-Home Treatment for Women with Urinary Incontinence


This is a sponsored post brought to you by Apex. All opinions are 100% my own. 

Bladder leakage is no joke! Thankfully I survived natural childbirth just 10 weeks ago without any lasting pelvic floor issues. However, I know that's not the case for many women who experience urinary incontinence, or bladder leakage, when coughing, laughing, sneezing or exercising on a regular basis as a result of a weakened pelvic floor.

For women who suffer from bladder leakage, Apex is an at-home treatment that can help naturally restore a woman's confidence by strengthening her pelvic floor. And no, it's not a pill, surgery, or simply pads. Apex is an FDA-approved, over-the-counter medical device that is recommended by hundreds of physicians.
“The new guideline for the treatment of urinary incontinence from the American College of Physicians stressed medical evaluation and management with a focus on physical therapy. Now that there are FDA [cleared] pelvic stimulating devices, like InTone, Apex, InToneMV and ApexM women have the option of intense, effective pelvic floor physical therapy (with or without biofeedback) to treat common forms of urinary leakage.”
Holly L. Thacker, MD, FACP, CCD, NCMP
Professor and Director, Center for Specialized Women’s Health
OB-GYN and Women’s Health Institute
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU
Executive Director, Speaking of Women's Health

Cleveland Clinic is ranked as one of the top hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report (2014).


When pelvic floor muscles become stretched or weakened, often after childbirth or as we age, symptoms such as bladder leakage can occur. Sure, you could deal with pads for years to come, but the underlying issue is still there. Bladder leakage caused by weakened pelvic floor muscles does not just resolve itself. Considering the cost, inconvenience, and possible failure of other treatments, Apex is a front-runner for treatment. Apex uses gentle muscle stimulation to contract and strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor, restoring your ability to control bladder leakage, all in the privacy of your own home.


There are two designs for you to choose from, depending on your specific needs. Apex is specifically designed to strengthen and build muscle in the pelvic floor and stop symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. ApexM is designed to address a broader range of symptoms, including calming symptoms of urgency.

Other treatments just don't make as much sense. To learn more about Apex and ApexM, please visit www.DontPadTheProblem.com. To receive a $35 discount plus free shipping enter code MBAR15 at checkout.
 

2 comments:

Fiddlin' Dandi said...

Thankfully, I've never had trouble with this, but it would be good information to pass along to others.

Wendy Browne said...

I sometimes tinkle a little when my bladder is full and I sneeze or laugh really hard. I could definitely use this exercise.