How Incontinence products affect your health?

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Have you seen those incontinence product advertisements of women dancing and laughing trying to convince you that you can enjoy life if you use their products?


How Incontinence Products Affect Your Health?



In addition to being an Occupational Therapy Practitioner who treats this all too common problem, I also experienced

bladder leaks and bladder urgency after giving birth. I looked into every possible treatment and while I prefer natural treatments; below you will find all your incontinence choices and how each affects your health so you can make an informed decision and decide what's right for you.


1. Pads or Adult Diapers

Wearing pads and diapers are a band-aid approach– it will not treat the issue and worse yet, lead to other side effects. When adult diapers and pads become unclean from body secretions such as urine, there is a risk for bacterial infections and rash. In severe cases, it can even lead to cervical cancer. However, if a person has a neurological disorder or kidney damage, pads and/or adult diapers may be the only option.


2. Incontinence Medications

Alice, a 58 year old former patient, arrived at my office after trying medicine for bladder leaks without success. Incontinence pills often don't work and the most commonly reported side effects of the drugs are dry mouth, dry skin, dry eyes, constipation and upset stomach. Constipation makes urinary incontinence worse because an over-full bowel presses on the bladder, reducing the amount of urine your bladder can hold.


In older people, complications from urinary incontinence medications can be heart rhythm problems and sudden death.


Urinary Incontinence Causes Falls, Fractures and Fatalities



Many patients are rushed to the emergency department due to hip, skull, back and wrist fractures received from tripping on urine or from rushing to make it to the toilet before their bladder leaks.


3. Insertible Objects

There’s an exercise device that cost $449.00 and this device hurts because it pinches your unmentionables! (I tried it during my research).

There’s other products that you are supposed to put in your private area that are supposed to help with bladder leaks but it still doesn’t SOLVE the problem. Severe health consequences from putting foreign objects in your body are urinary tract infections that lead to sepsis.


What is Sepsis?

Sepsis is a serious medical condition caused by the body's response to an infection. It is a medical emergency that can damage tissues and organs and can be fatal.


4. Surgery:

As of early 2015, an estimated 70,000 women filed lawsuits against mesh manufacturers after suffering serious injuries from the products. During my search for treatment, a urologist told me to undergo mesh surgery and I’m so glad I didn’t because problems from mesh surgery can include:


 Severe pelvic, genital or groin pain

 Recurrence of prolapse or incontinence

 Nerve damage

 Vaginal scarring

 Degrading of the mesh

 Infection, including urinary tract infections (UTIs)

 Neuro-muscular problems

 Vaginal shrinkage or shortening

 Vaginal bleeding

 Blood in the stool or urine


5. Kegels

You may have heard of Kegels. But just doing kegel exercises and expecting urinary leaks to disappear is like doing one arm exercise and expecting to get firm arms.

You have 14 pelvic floor muscles and while kegels are one exercise for urinary incontinence, they are not the total answer. You need a complete pelvic floor exercise program to stop urinary leaks, urinary frequency and prolapse.


Do Pelvic Floor Exercises Work for Everybody?

If you have had a stroke or have nerve damage from some other health condition, pelvic floor exercises will not work.


Who Do Pelvic Floor Exercises Work For?

If you are a person who has weak pelvic floor muscles, including prolapse, you are an excellent candidate (regardless of age) for strengthening the pelvic floor which will provide better support of your bladder, bowels, and uterus. If your doctor has told you to do kegels, you are a good candidate for pelvic floor exercises. Doctors don't study exercises, so don't fault them for not knowing that there's more to pelvic floor exercises than kegels. If you are a man, pelvic floor exercises also work.


Natural Cure



30 Day Bladder Fix as seen on PBS TV, and featured in Prevention Magazine and Fox News gives women (and men) a natural and medically proven way to eliminate Urinary Incontinence without pills, surgery, inserting foreign objects or expensive pads.

No Expensive Co-Pay!

And you don’t have to pay the expensive three times a week co pay for the therapeutic pelvic floor exercises I teach all across the United States.

Instead of paying 450.00 dollars for copays (average amount for sessions needed), your one time purchase of the DVD for only 29.99 saves you lots of money, gas and time.

You can sit in the comfort of your own home and do the program in privacy .


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Unlike all other pelvic floor exercises, you don’t even have to get on the floor. The medically proven pelvic floor exercises are all done sitting on a chair and lying in bed.


You won't find 30 Day Bladder Fix in stores because stores don't want to sell a cure. They want you coming back regularly so you keep spending money on the band aid incontinent products.


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