BROOKFIELD, Wis., Feb. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- InControl Medical is proud to announce unprecedented sales of ApexM,
"With a prevalence of urinary incontinence at 51.1% in women ages 31-54 post-partum or in menopause, women are finding that ApexM strengthens, tightens and tones pelvic floor muscles to treat all types of urinary leakage," says Holly K. Thacker, M.D., Ob/Gyn, Cleveland Clinic. "The positive results experienced by ApexM users are proof that before surgery, ApexM should be considered the first line of treatment."
The natural process of aging, high impact exercise and childbirth take a toll on the health of the muscles that surround the vagina, causing them to stretch and lose tone and tightness over time. Loss of pelvic floor muscle tone may lead to bladder leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, and difficulty achieving orgasm. Strong, healthy pelvic floor muscles are important for all women to prevent bladder leakage, improve sexual health and enhance intimacy.
Recent ApexM users say:
Women are often told to do their Kegels, but have difficulty doing them consistently or correctly. Marketed as "a trip to the gym" for the pelvic floor, ApexM exercises the Kegal muscles automatically.
See an illustration of showing how ApexM strengthens pelvic floor muscles and stops bladder leakage after 12 weeks of use.
Wisconsin based, InControl Medical, LLC is the largest global supplier of medical devices to treat/cure urinary and bowel leakage in men and women, meeting comprehensive ISO 13485 certified and CE mark of the European Commission (EC) quality management requirements.
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