Pads and Absorbent Products
While they have their role, it’s essential to recognize that these products only address the symptoms and do not address the underlying cause of incontinence. They are primarily focused on managing leaks rather than providing a long-term solution.
What if I told you that you can not just manage, but reverse these symptoms once and for all, with 10 minutes of simple daily exercises, wouldn’t that be better? More on this later on!
While they do reduce the urge to pee, these are not actually a great option if you look at their side-effects such as constipation,allergic reactions, blurred vision and dizziness to name a few. And again, you are not treating the root cause of the issue
The infamous one size fits all swiss army knife for all things down there, Kegels have absolutely no effect, or on the contrary can worsen symptoms if you have a hypertonic (tense) pelvic floor. Statistics estimate between 25-65% of women that have incontinence have too much tension in their pelvic floors. And Kegels do absolutely nothing to help.
I don’t know about you but even if it is a tiny procedure, I do get anxious thinking of knives and medications, post-op care, potential side-effects and more. When our body with the right support can indeed get better, I don’t want to go under the knife.