I don’t know about any of you, BUT… if you are a Mom, you might have had trouble with bladder leakage in past or are experiencing it now. I’ll be honest and admit that it has happened to me and there’s nothing to be ashamed of. Sneezing, coughing, running, jumping, even laughing could bring on a little accident. I have found an awesome new device that can help all of us out without the use of pads called Apex.
I experienced my problem with bladder leakage after the birth of Gracie. It was not a pleasant situation. I was terribly embarrassed. I wasn’t a “young” Mom, I was 32, but I didn’t feel like I should be going through this problem at this age. I went to the OB-GYN and he offered me some medication that would retrain my bladder. He also wanted me to do Kegel exercises. I did them, but quite honestly, I had no idea if I was doing them correctly. Only 50% of women do Kegel exercises correctly. I was too embarrassed to ask any questions.
Apex inflates inside the vagina to place muscle stimulation contacts directly onto the pelvic floor. This inflation provides active resistance to build up muscle quickly. You use Apex 10 minutes per day, 6 days per week. To keep your muscle tone up, use it once a week after your muscles are strengthened.
So, why not use a pad? Well, do pads really help you in anyway with the correcting the problem? No, they don’t. The National Institutes On Health estimates that a woman will spend $50,000 on pads in their lifetime. Bladder leakage pads take 500 years to decompose. Apex can replace 10,000 pads over a lifetime. Do you feel comfortable when you wear a pad? I don’t! That’s a plus right there.
Previously available through your doctors office, Apex is now available over the counter. To learn more about the Apex device, please visit www.dontpadtheproblem.com . Receive a $35 discount plus free shipping (enter code MBSS15 at checkout).
So, could you or someone you know, benefit from Apex?