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BIA Pelvic Trainer

The Bia Trainer is an easy to use and cost effective system designed to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Like most women, you probably know the positive affects to Kegel exercise-but rarely put the time and effort into doing them. The Bia Trainer is here to assist you in minimizing your exercise time, take the guess work out of performing accurate Kegels, and even show your progression after each exercise session.

Regular use of the Bia Trainer will tone and strengthen your pelvic muscles and will help treat varying degrees of urinary incontinence. As an added bonus, toned pelvic muscles will even improve your sex life. If you are looking for a simple solution to embarrassing incontinence leaks which often occur at inopportune times, then try Bia and invest in the quality of your life.

 

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Incontinence – Don’t be a statistic:

According to the National Association for Continence – Urinary Incontinence is under diagnosed, under reported and under treated. 

  • 25 million adult Americans experience chronic UI.  It is estimated that 70-80% of those sufferers are women, 9-13 million of whom have bothersome, severe symptoms.
  • One in four women over the age of 18 experience episodes of leaking urine involuntarily.
  • Many believe that incontinence is a normal part of aging, it is NOT.
  • Urinary Incontinence affects 200 million people worldwide
  • On average women wait 6.5 years from the first time they experience symptoms until they obtain a diagnosis for their bladder control problem.
  • Two-thirds of individuals who experience loss of bladder control systems do not use any treatment or products to manage their incontinence. If you have experienced any involuntarily urine loss, the BIA Pelvic Trainer may be able to help.

 

Vaginal Mesh – There are other options!!!

Many of you have heard about the recent recall of the vaginal mesh devices used to treat incontinence and the many subsequent side effects some women have experienced as a result of using some types of meshes. What many of you probably didn’t know is that, there is another option other than expensive and painful surgery. Possible side effects from having surgery and using the mesh according to the FDA 

  • Surgical mesh is permanent and complications can occur which may require additional surgery that may or may not correct the complication
  • Some mesh may cause erosion or infection
  • May reduce quality of life
  • May cause pain during sexual intercourse
  • May cause scarring and narrowing of the vaginal wall
  • Whether you have been diagnosed with incontinence or you want to strengthen your pelvic floor the BIA Personal Pelvic Floor Trainer can help you to reach your goals and regain your life.

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