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Urinary Incontinence affects millions of people daily. It is most significant in pregnant women, women who gave birth or post-menopausal, but it really can happen to anyone. Without the proper treatment, you may find yourself in embarrassing situations. Leakage will always happen at the worst possible times, or you will have to wear a pad that may be visible. No one wants that. InControl Medical has come up with a solution so you can stop padding the problem and cure it.


First, let's discuss the types of urinary incontinence, so you can decide what is best for you. 

Stress incontinence. This happens when 'stresses' on the bladder cause leakage. Sneezing, laughing and coughing are among those stresses, though there is more.

Urge incontinence. This is commonly known as 'overactive bladder'. This is typified by bladder leakage that happens after a sudden and intense urge to use the toilet.

Lastly, mixed incontinence. This is a combination of stress and urge incontinence. 

Lifestyle changes, such as diet, can help to keep these accidents at a minimum, but now there is an FDA approved medical device that can cure it for women. The Apex and ApexM. The Apex is for stress incontinence and the ApexM is for the other two types. This device helps strengthen the pelvic muscle floor, which often loosens especially after childbirth. The Apex and ApexM are non-invasive, non-surgical treatments that can save you thousands of dollars on bulky pads and free yourself from pads for life. 

As a mother of two, and a woman who is peri-menopausal, I know all too well about incontinence issues. Knowing that there is a device that won't hurt to use and may help cure that problem, is enough for me to want to check out more information. What about you?

Check out the Apex and ApexM on the Don't Pad The Problem website. You can also check Don't Pad The Problem at their shop, blog, or find them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.


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