Do You Leak Urine With Cough, Sneeze and/or Exercise?

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Has jumping on the trampoline become an issue? Do you leak urine with cough, sneeze, exercise or at orgasm?

Gentlemen, do you leak urine since your radical prostatectomy?

Not so sexy, eh?

Have you been advised to do Kegel exercises and not really sure if you're doing them correctly? Do you forget to do them? Have they actually worked for your leakage of urine? Chances are they have not.

Leaking urine is NEVER Normal. Pads are not the answer. The "Kegel Throne" by BTL Emsella is.

This High-Intensity Focused Electromagnetic (HIFEMĀ®) technology causes deep pelvic floor muscle stimulation and restoration of the neuromuscular control.

Basically, The Kegel Throne does 11,800 Kegel exercises in one sitting. You are fully clothed during treatments. You can read or relax while the Kegel Throne does the work for you!

Just six sessions over three weeks will get you back to your old self and feeling younger again, I might add. There is a 95% patient satisfaction rate.

Leak no more ladies and gentlemen and get back to the bedroom! For information on the Kegel Throne or to book an appointment, please visit: 1800Bladder.com

5 thoughts on “Do You Leak Urine With Cough, Sneeze and/or Exercise?

  • December 27, 2018 at 11:09 PM
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    Rattling nice layout and fantastic written content, very little else we need : D.

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  • February 3, 2019 at 4:03 AM
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    This is topical advice for my followers, so I'll link back to this post and you should likely get some new subscribers. It's a step up from anything else out there discussing this subject. TY for the inspired point of view!

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  • February 22, 2019 at 9:38 PM
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    Hi I have a problem with having to go to the bathroom at only a moments notice and if I can't get there very very quickly I start to leak. Don't have a much of a problem with leaking during exercise but do with the other things you mentioned.

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    • February 23, 2019 at 6:32 PM
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      Hi Susan, It sounds as though you may have urgency. When you get the urges, stop what you are doing, remain calm and squeeze your rectal muscle 10-15 times quickly (Quick Kugels). It helps to calm your bladder down and will bide you some time to get to the bathroom. Also make sure you're not having too many bladder irritants, tea, alcohol, citrus, spicy foods. If you are in the menopausal years, a little localized estrogen in your vagina twice weekly may help too. You will need a prescription for that. Best of luck! Maureen

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