What Are the Causes and Symptoms of Urinary Incontinence?

Are you dealing with sudden urine leaks or struggling to reach…

What is Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy?

Pelvic floor physiotherapy is a well recognized non-invasive…

What can I do about bladder leaks during sex?

The bad news - there is no “silver bullet” solution to bladder leaks during sex.  The good news - there are some simple and proven tips that can really make a difference, helping you regain control so that you can once again enjoy the enjoyable!

Are Athletes More Prone to Bladder Leakage? | Uresta’s Non-Invasive Solutions

Learn how athletic incontinence can impact athlete’s lives. Learn the causes, solutions, and how Uresta can help you regain confidence during workouts and sports.

Does weight loss help your pelvic floor?

If you are dealing with urinary incontinence, also called stress…
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Pessary Ring: The Non-Surgical Approach to Stopping Bladder Leaks

In this blog, we’ll talk all about the pessary ring and how the Uresta pessary differs from traditional pessaries for managing stress urinary incontinence.
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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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