We are excited to have this website as a place to share stories of success and hope about women who have resolved their pelvic floor issues, including urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and sexual dysfunction.
No woman should ever have to live with the symptoms of pelvic floor weakness. After all, you’ve got a lot of living left to do, and that’s hard to do with urinary leakage and sexual dissatisfaction.
We know about urinary leakage. We know that this is just one symptom of the problem. It’s not just cost of buying diapers and the embarrassment of wearing them. It’s not just the constant need to do laundry. It’s so much more than that.
Urinary incontinence and other pelvic health issues force women to live with more than wet panties – it forces them to live within a vicious cycle. Women embarrassed about their urinary incontinence stop socializing with friends, dating, and exercising. The isolation and lack of exercise causes weight gain, which tends to worsen incontinence issues. The weight gain also causes a loss of self-image and sexuality … and more isolation.
The worst part is that most women with urinary incontinence are so embarrassed about their condition that they wait, on average, seven years before seeking help. That’s seven years of wet panties, isolation, hopelessness, and low self-image.
If you suffer from symptoms of poor pelvic health, like urinary incontinence, we hope you don’t wait seven years to get help. The good news is that resolving your symptoms is probably far easier than you think. There are many conservative and surgical measures that can significantly improve your situation and often even totally resolve your symptoms.
We strongly encourage you to read the section on our website titled, “Is This You?”. This will help you determine what kind of pelvic health problem you may have. You will also discover that you are not alone. The resources on this website show you that you should never feel helpless or hopeless about your situation. Please explore, learn, and discover a new sense of hope and freedom.