If Incontinence Ads Were Honest

Updated: Apr 27

This is What Incontinence Ads would Really say if they were totally honest. Click on the video below for a laugh. Go on, it's a quick video and you will be glad you did!

As a professional who works with doctors as a clinical liaison in rehab, holds a degree in occupational therapy and has traveled extensively around the country teaching evidence-based exercises and a producer of a TV health series, I've seen first-hand how ethical marketing affects the consumer negatively and positively.


Especially with companies that are in the health industry. While some are honest, others rely on people’s lack of knowledge to push their products to the masses. It is the company’s responsibility to provide honest and transparent communication. This makes it difficult for an honest small business with an inexpensive solution to compete against a large company with a huge advertising budget.


Many women have this problem after having a baby. Incontinence also affects men. And yes, there are exercises men can also do to treat the problem. This problem disrupts many aspects of people's lives, including social, financial, and health. Because mesh surgery is dangerous, some people opt for pills. But, according to WebMD, “the most commonly reported side effect of the drugs are dry mouth, dry skin, dry eyes, and upset stomach.”


Yet there is a natural in-home treatment called 30 Day Bladder Fix featured in Prevention Magazine, in My Menopause Magazine, and on PBS TV, and yet most have not heard about it. (Full disclosure, it’s my product😊). The only alternatives to mesh surgery are ongoing monthly purchases of pads, diapers, inserts, and they do nothing to treat the problem. So I created this 94-second video (above) called If Female Incontinence Products Were Honest to bring attention to this problem.” The video is funny and very true, so check it out and let me know what you think.


I was motivated to create this at-home treatment that shows more than Kegels after a patient died from rushing to the bathroom and fractured her hip; I was saddened by her needless death and motivated to do something. So please note, the video is not meant to offend. Rather it’s meant to bring attention to an easy and simple solution to this incontinence problem. The exercises are done sitting on a chair - doesn't get any easier than that. And unlike other exercises, this is a complete exercise program for your pelvic floor.



Thank you for taking the time to care for a very important person - YOU! I appreciate you supporting a woman-owned business that helps people live a better quality of life naturally!


Wishing you healthiest blessings,


Suzanne Andrews


President, Healthwise Exercise