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What is incontinence?
Incontinence, also known as the loss of bladder control, can be a really embarrassing problem and may be something that keeps you from living the active life you desire. If a sudden cough or sneeze causes unwanted leakage or if you often can’t wait to get to the bathroom, you are suffering from incontinence. Don’t allow the symptoms of overactive bladder to keep you from the life you deserve. Regain control of your bladder without drugs, surgery, or endless kegel exercises? If you tried kegel exercises alone to strengthen your pelvic floor or pc muscle but didn’t see the results you wanted, we can help.
A number of products are available in the market to treat the symptoms of incontinence.
How do I know if I suffer from incontinence?
If you can answer yes to any of the questions below you may suffer from some type of incontinence.
- Do you have such an uncontrollable urge to urinate that you cannot make it to a toilet in time?
- When you laugh, cough or sneeze do you leak urine?
- Do you urinate when doing any sort of physical activity like exercise or heavy lifting?
- Do you constantly dribble urine or dribble for some time after urinating?
- Do you involuntarily excrete or leak feces?
The above are symptoms of multiple types of incontinence including: urinary incontinence, stress incontinence, fecal incontinence, urge incontinence and overflow incontinence. These conditions are often caused by many different medical problems including vaginal prolapse, uterine prolapse, prolapsed bladder, childbirth recovery, and hysterectomy recovery but all can be better controlled by strengthening the muscles of your pelvic floor. With simple changes to your lifestyle you CAN manage your incontinence problem.
How to regain control of your bladder
It is simple to do. Just like you lift weights to strengthen you arm muscles you must lift weights to strengthen the muscles of your pelvic floor (also called pc muscles). Doctors and therapists often suggest Kegel exercises for women and Kegel exercises for men as a way to strengthen the pc muscle to prevent or control incontinence.
The problem is that it takes a lot of time and a lot of repetition doing traditional kegel exercises to see results and many give up too early. The effectiveness of your kegel exercises can be greatly increased by simply adding some weight resistance. For example, imagine you were doing arm curls to strengthen your arm muscles, however you were not using any weight. You would have to do A LOT of repetitions to any improvement in your biceps. The same is true with Kegel exercises. You can do them and they can be effective, it can just take hours of exercise a week and months before you see any improvement. Adding weight resistance to your kegel exercises dramatically increases their effectiveness and results in more immediate relief from your incontinence or overactive bladder problems.
The Feminine Pelvic Trainer (FPT) for women and Maximum Personal Trainer (MPT) for men have revolutionized the treatment of incontinence in men and women. These products have helped free thousands of men and women from the inconvenience and embarrassment caused by incontinence and overactive bladder. They can help you too.
Clinically proven relief of incontinence with the FPT and MPT.
The videos below will show how the FPT and MPT work, how they enhance the benefit of kegel exercises and how they will ultimately help with your urinary incontinence, stress incontinence, fecal incontinence, urge incontinence, overflow incontinence and symptoms of overactive bladder.
The FPT is designed for any woman who is in childbirth recovery or hysterectomy recovery, or who struggles with incontinence as a result of vaginal prolapse, uterine prolapse or a prolapsed bladder. The FPT works with your kegel exercises to strengthen your pc muscles. For more information on how to correctly and effectively do Kegel excercises visit our FPT Kegel Exercises For Women page.
The MPT is designed for men who suffer from the effects of all forms of incontinence. The MPT enhances the benefit of kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of your pelvic floor solving many of the problems and embarrassment caused by overactive bladder or frequent urination. For more information on how men should do kegels correctly visit our MPT Kegel Exercises for Men page.