What is bladder weakness really costing you?
Urinary incontinence, weak bladder, over-active bladder, oops moments… these are just a few of the terms used to describe what commonly happens when we cough, sneeze, laugh, lift or feel a sudden urge and must go straight away.
Urinary leaks when you sneeze and cough may seem at the start as just ‘little accidents’ but these leaks can quickly become a troublesome problem that stop you going out, wearing light coloured trousers, running around with the kids. Sound familiar? Don’t worry, you are not alone.
Although pads can give us a sense of protection and security, this is only a temporary solution. Not only is planning out toilet stops and filling your handbag up with pads every time you leave the house a tiresome chore, it can also be making an ALMIGHTY dent in your bank account. And we promise you, it’s way more than you think!
INNOVO® recently conducted a study and found that British people suffering with bladder weakness, will spend an average of £4221 (approx. €478) each and every year on pads. And this cost could be much higher, especially if you are experiencing frequent leakage.
Add this up over a lifetime of continued use – it’s an eye-watering figure. Left untreated, bladder weakness has a tendency to worsen over time, meaning more money spent on pads, year after year. It’s an endless cost and its not even providing you with a solution to the problem. What if you just didn’t experience leaks in the first place?
This is where INNOVO® can help…
INNOVO® is a revolutionary technology that treats the root cause of bladder weakness, rather than just the symptoms, by non-invasively strengthening the pelvic floor via pain free muscle stimulation. This safe & convenient at-home treatment is suitable for women and men, and is clinically proven to work with 93% of users experiencing a significant reduction in leaks after just 4 weeks2.
A proven solution? Or a lifetime of pads? Life changing in as little as 4 weeks?2 Now’s the time to say hello to INNOVO® and goodbye to bladder weakness.