"I was so embarrassed about my bladder control problem, but after only 6
weeks...I stopped worrying about accidental leaks What a relief!"
- A Satisfied Client
of Becoming Incontinent?
Take My Quiz and Find Out!
|1) Yes No||I sometimes feel that I haven’t completely emptied my bladder.|
|2) Yes No||I’m embarrassed to talk about my bladder control problems, even to my doctor.|
|3) Yes No||I believe that urinary incontinence is a natural part of getting older.|
|4) Yes No||I am anxious about strenuous exercise, playing with the kids, going for long walks, etc. for fear of accidentally leaking.|
|5) Yes No||I sometimes wear panty liners, pads or Depends in case of a leak or dribble.|
|6) Yes No||When I cough, sneeze or laugh, I sometimes worry that I will leak or dribble in public.|
|7) Yes No||I don’t enjoy sex as much as I used to because I’m afraid intimacy might result in a leak.|
|8) Yes No||I sometimes leave important meetings because I must go to the bathroom.|
|9) Yes No||I always make sure I’m close to a bathroom. When I’m out, I scout out each bathroom and the fastest route to get there.|
If you’ve answered Yes to any of the above, YOU may be a victim of female incontinence. Millions of women struggle everyday with bladder control problems. There are many forms of incontinence but stress incontinence is the most common one. YOU WILL BENEFIT from our ALL NATURAL way to lose your leaky bladder forever. NOW is your chance to discover true relief… the natural way!
What is stress incontinence and why does it happen?
Stress incontinence is the inability to hold urine when pressure or stress is put on the bladder. For example, coughing, sneezing, laughing or lifting heavy objects can result in an accidental leak. Most commons cases of incontinence are due to weakened pelvic floor muscles. Leaky bladders can be caused by pregnancy, a urinary tract infection, muscular problems, childbirth, hormone imbalance or menopause.
It only happens once in a while! Do I really need to worry?
Yes! Your bladder is not supposed to leak…EVER! Even a small incontinence problem, if not treated, can lead to very serious health concerns such as a prolapsed organ. This means the pelvic floor muscles become so weak that they can no longer support the pelvic organs. The uterus or bladder can slip out of place, fall through the vagina and cause a lot of discomfort. Not to mention the decrease in sexual self-esteem.
I meet women who tell me they don’t plan walks or go out without knowing where the restrooms are. These same women visit their doctors only to be told there is no “real” solution to their problem other than surgery when it gets really bad!
I want you to know that no matter what your age or physical condition, whether you dribble once or twice a year or regularly leak when sneezing or laughing, you can do something about it! You DON’T have to be a hostage to your bladder.
My FREE e-course information can help you...
|Go Walking, driving or sightseeing without always having to know where the restrooms are.|
|Go out without a change of clothes in your car.|
|Be more physically active (gym exercise, playing with your kids, dancing) without worrying about an accident!|
|Laugh out loud at jokes in public without worrying about your leaky bladder|
“Surgery is no guarantee; the
consequences of surgery are sometimes worse than the
original problem. There is no risk in learning to tone the
PC muscles through the exercises and there are bound to be
noticeable benefits. Almost every women needs to tone the
muscles in her pelvic floor. It would be crazy to opt for
surgery before trying this program!”
To see if this program is for you, find out right away how toned your PC (pubococcygeus) muscle is. Simply sign up for your free information kit to help you discover exactly what shape your pelvic floor muscles are in. These 3 easy steps will give you your answer – you decide what your body is telling you and I will tell you how to improve it!
Remember surgery is NOT a good option. There is no guarantee it will fix the problem permanently plus there could be nasty side effects (like no more orgasms!). The sooner you start, the sooner you will stop leaking!
Kim Switnicki, ECPC, ACC
Sex Educator, Speaker, Coach
Lioness for Lovers
Toll free: 1-888-475-2948