Monday, November 11, 2019

Leave The Shame of Incontinence Behind

As someone who has had two children, I am very familiar with pelvic floor issues that can be caused from pregnancy.  Did you know that even if you had a c-section you can still suffer from incontinence problems? Pelvic floor muscles can be stretched and damaged after delivery leaving you feeling frustrated and embarrassed.  These pelvic issues can increase with not only age but subsequent births.  It's time to leave the shame behind and know that you're not alone.

Many mothers feel shame and defeat due to issues with incontinence.  I've read so many stories of bladder issues after birth in my pregnancy and birth Facebook groups I'm in- it's much more common than people realize! Some may not be able to do the activities they used to enjoy doing such as running, exercising, or even laughing without experiencing some kind of leakage.  It can be upsetting to feel like you don't have control over your unpredictable bladder whether you suffer from urgency or an overactive bladder.  

It's time to get control over your life and give thanks to Attain which is the only at- home guaranteed FDA cleared solution to bladder leakage.  Attain is more than 90% effective in treating bowel and bladder leakage.  Stop wasting money on pads and diapers that don't solve the issues at hand.  It works by using a patented balloon intravaginally which provides the same resistance as weights do at the gym.  Once you insert and turn it on, the balloon uses bio feedback from your own body to customize your pelvic workout and inflates to make your muscles contract, thereby causing the muscles to work harder and gain more strength.  Many OBGYNS consider Attain a workout for your pelvic floor.  For 10 minutes a day for a few weeks in the comfort of your own home, the device exercises the muscles in your pelvic floor that's responsible for most bladder issues.  No more spending thousands of dollars on pads or diapers-you'll be thrilled to see the difference and be able to do all of the things you used to do without fear of leakage or running to the bathroom.

Just like a new mom who is in the gym trying to get rid of the baby weight, it's equally as important to exercise your pelvic floor to make it as strong as possible. 

Take charge of life and get out there and live it to the fullest.  You only have one life and don't waste it by feeling ashamed of yourself.

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