The Pelvic Muscle Trainer for Women
1 in 3 women will deal with bladder leaks at some point.
Pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and pelvic surgery can all weaken the muscles and ligaments that support the bladder. Weak pelvic floor muscles can cause the bladder to drop (prolapse) and prevent the urethra from shutting properly. This can lead to bladder leaks (urinary incontinence).
If you’re one of the many women who leaks urine when you laugh, cough, or sneeze, there’s good news: Like all muscles in the body, your pelvic floor muscles can be strengthened through regular exercise.
Whatever your goal—getting bladder leaks under control, having longer, stronger orgasms, or simply preventing problems down the line—the PeriCoach Kegel exercise tool can help.