BROOKFIELD, Wis.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--InControl Medical LLC, a health company with a focus on relief of urinary incontinence (UI) and improved sexual responsiveness for women, is proud to donate $10 for every pink InTone and Intensity sold during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Any pressure on the bladder, such as sneezing, laughing, or jogging, may cause urine to leak involuntarily, most commonly affecting women in mid-life, after childbirth or women during and after cancer treatment.
Menopause may also influence the onset of urinary incontinence due to a drop in the level of estrogen which helps to maintain a healthy bladder and urethra. Failing to get treatment for UI will only cause the condition to persist, and in most cases, worsen with age.
InToneTM, listed by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) as a Class II Medical Device for the treatment of female urinary incontinence solves bladder leakage by utilizing several patented muscle stimulation algorithms, active resistance and biofeedback to dramatically increase muscle strength in the pelvic floor, providing effective treatment for stress, urge and mixed female urinary incontinence.
Until now the only solution to bladder leakage was by using diapers or pads, taking meds or undergoing surgery.
IntensityTM, the intimate health and stimulation device, used in the privacy of home, is designed to help women exercise the pelvic floor muscles (PFM) for improved sexual responsiveness. Many cancer survivors experience sexual dysfunction such as low desire, dryness, difficulty maintaining arousal, painful intercourse and the inability to orgasm.
“Women need to know there is a non-surgical option to alleviate incontinence,” says Herschel Peddicord, president & CEO, InControl Medical. “E-stimulation enables women to learn to contract, relax and strengthen their pelvic floor muscles and in many cases help them avoid going to a pelvic floor therapist or enduring surgery.”
InTone™ is a patented product manufactured in the United States. InControl Medical has received ISO 13485 certification from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the CE mark of the European Commission (EC), signifying that it meets comprehensive quality management requirements in the design and manufacture of medical devices.