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How does Uresta compare to common solutions for managing bladder leakage?

When it comes to managing stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the impact on a woman's quality of life cannot be overstated. This common condition affects millions of women and often leads to discomfort, embarrassment, and limitations on daily activities. While there are various options available to manage SUI, Uresta Bladder Support stands out as a cost-effective and life-enhancing solution. In this blog, we will explore how Uresta compares to popular alternatives for managing bladder leakage.

A summary of the SOGC’s clinical care guideline for the conservative management of stress incontinence in women.

The SOGC publishes it’s recommendations for the conservative management of stress incontinence. In it’s latest guideline, the SOGC includes Uresta as one of the solutions for treating incontinence conservatively.
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Can Tampons and Menstrual Cups Stop Stress Incontinence or Bladder Leaks?

Ever noticed that your bladder leakage is reduced when using a tampon? Learn why a tampon may act like a pessary, but why we don't recommend using tampons to stop bladder leakage.
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Why not just see a pelvic floor physiotherapist?

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Got bladder leaks? Learn about the 4 Most Common Types of Urinary Incontinence in Women

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What is a pessary? And what are the alternatives?

Learn about what a pessary is and how it can help incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. While Uresta is considered a pessary, we explain how it is different from more traditional, prescription pessaries. And why you are much more likely to continue to use your Uresta pessary vs. one fitted by a physician.
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Survey shows the negative mental impacts of suffering from bladder leakage may outweigh the physical impacts

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Is my vagina broken?  What is pelvic organ prolapse and stress incontinence?

I am a Physical Therapist who specializes in pelvic health and in my last blog we talked about the anatomy and function of the pelvic floor. In this blog, we discover two common conditions that can affect the pelvic floor; Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP) and Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).

What IS the pelvic floor and what does it DO in my body?

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Why solutions for stress urinary incontinence are outdated and archaic

Like many areas of women’s health, the stress urinary incontinence (SUI) market has a long history of underinvestment. Although 1 in 2 women will experience urine leaks in their lifetime, the solutions offered to women continue to be archaic. Over the years sanitary belts made of cloth and leather straps have been replaced by disposable pads and traditional pessaries, but unfortunately not much has changed since then. Today, investment in femtech is growing at unprecedented rates and we are finally starting to see true innovation in women’s health - Uresta is one such example.