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Millions of women experience incontinence, largely due to insufficient strength to the pelvic floor muscles. Some may lose a few drops of urine while running or coughing, while others may feel a strong, sudden urge to urinate just before losing a large amount. Many women experience both symptoms.
Incontinence can be slightly bothersome or totally demoralising and for many women the risk of public embarrassment stops them enjoying many activities and impacts on their quality of life. Additionally urine loss can also occur during sex and cause tremendous emotional distress.
Gaynor Morgan’s mother Carole suffered in silence for years and searching for solutions mother and daughter found help was not readily at hand. As incontinence isn’t deemed a life threatening condition, very little money is spent on research. The most common solution offered for incontinence is pads, which only hide the problem but never solve it. Gaynor and Carole were looking for a more permanent solution.
Gaynor’s story behind the development of reveals experiences and challenges that brought invaluable skills for running her successful company. Born in Bridgend, South Wales, Gaynor’s career has taken her half way around the world and back as the C&G Medicare Ltd headquarters are located in South Wales supplying the UK, Canada and the European market with their products.
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