Would you wait six years to see a doctor about treatment for a persistent cough? Many women wait years before addressing their bladder leakage or urinary incontinence problems with their doctor. With many hoping that committing to Kegel exercises will solve the problem, only to be disappointed.
For lots of women who suffer from bladder leakage following pregnancy or child birth, or from menopause or ageing, rehabilitation therapy involving pelvic floor exercises is often the first step to treatment. If, and quite often when that fails, the next option has previously been surgery which is not suitable for everyone. Now we have Emsella non-surgical high-intensity electromagnetic therapy for the treatment of urinary incontinence.