ELITONE® for Stress Urinary Incontinence
How ELITONE Works
Is postpartum incontinence normal?
Unfortunately, yes. As pelvic floor muscles heal after birth, many women deal with some incontinence. However, this type of incontinence shouldn’t be permanent, and there are treatments to restore your pelvic floor health.
Will postpartum incontinence go away on its own?
Pelvic floor muscles often recover, but regaining full strength depends on the muscle tone pre-birth, the degree of trauma during birth, and the mother’s age, among other factors. Even if postpartum incontinence goes away, there may be more likelihood of incontinence in the future if the pelvic floor muscles are not exercised adequately.
When should I start treating my postpartum incontinence?
The first step is to consult your healthcare provider to determine when is best for your situation. Most women can start treating with ELITONE as early as six weeks after birth.
Why should I use ELITONE?
- ELITONE is cleared by the FDA and proven to reduce or eliminate leaks.
- 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.