Bladder Leaks After Childbirth?

Congratulations! You’ve mastered your baby’s midnight diaper changes. Now it’s time to tackle your own bladder leaks.

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Bladder Leaks After Childbirth?

Congratulations! You’ve mastered your baby’s midnight diaper changes. Now it’s time to tackle your own bladder leaks.

Restoring pelvic floor health is key to postpartum recovery.

Postpartum bladder leaks are very common. Pregnancy and delivery put tremendous stress on your body. Your pelvic floor muscles play an important part of controlling your bladder, and they need time to recover.

The muscles may recover on their own, but regaining full strength depends on your pre-birth muscle tone, the degree of muscle trauma, your age, and other factors.

Even if postpartum incontinence goes away, you may be more likely to have incontinence in the future. To reduce this risk, it’s important to start treatment as early as six weeks after birth.

But that can be challenging. Caring for your baby may mean less time caring for yourself. If you’re going to regain control of your bladder, you may need some help.

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Taking control of your pelvic floor takes work. Kegel exercises are a common first step, although these can be difficult to do after giving birth. You may need help.

ELITONE® is an easy, external, and effective way to help restore your pelvic floor and regain control over bladder leaks.

  • ELITONE is cleared by the FDA and proven to reduce or eliminate incontinence.
  • The device is completely noninvasive. Nothing gets inserted into the vagina, which may be larger than normal and still recovering after birth.
  • The design allows you to stay active and take care of your new baby while getting treatment.
  • ELITONE can speed your postpartum recovery because it does Kegels longer and stronger than you could do on your own.

Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are fewer than six weeks after vaginal delivery or fewer than three months post-cesarean section.

I started having issues after childbirth and it was upsetting because I had always been a very active person. Physical therapy was helpful, but I needed something more. I bought a vaginal device to assist with Kegels, but it was uncomfortable and hard to insert. ELITONE is totally different. It has been so easy to use and there is a definite improvement. I’m getting back to what is possible and feel much more hopeful!”

– Natalie

What I really love about ELITONE is that is non-invasive and something that I can discretely wear under my clothing and against my skin like an absorbent pad. The treatment sessions can be done while I nurse the baby. And it helps me to feel more confident in my postpartum recovery.”

– Heather

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