Kegel exercises, Pilates, Yoga and Pfilates are all great ways to take care of your pelvic floor muscles. If the pelvic floor becomes weak this can lead to incontinence and/or prolapse.
There are lots of products on the market which can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles but at the end of the day it is down to the person to persevere and ensure that his or her pelvic floor is kept in good condition.
Incostress is one product which has clinical trials behind this medical device. It is the only medical device which controls incontinence and at the same time allows the user to keep strengthening the pelvic floor muslces without having to stop from their daily routines.
Before considering drastic measures such as surgery (typical surgery to correct stress incontinence is TVT, TOT surgery)
Incostress is recommended by many doctors, physiotherapists and nurses worldwide. For free downloadable information about incontinence and weak pelvic floor muscles please go to www.incostress.com
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