Say Goodbye to Urinary Stress Incontinence in 2018

woman leaning against wall outsideIf you’ve ever experienced an unexpected “leak” while working out or even after a cough, sneeze or laugh, urinary stress incontinence could be to blame. But even though many women are hush-hush about this topic, these little leaks are much more common than you probably realize.

A non-surgical device called Geneveve™ can be used for urinary incontinence, as well as tightening your most intimate area.*

Why You Shouldn’t Be Embarrassed by Leaks

There are lots of reasons why uncontrollable leaks might occur, including weakened pelvic floor musclesand collagen loss due to pregnancy or the natural aging process. Therefore, you’re certainly not alone in dealing with this all-too-common (but often taboo) subject.

Rather than feel embarrassed or simply try to learn to live with it, talk to a doctor in your area about your treatment options and how Geneveve might be able to help.

How Geneveve Can Help with Urinary Incontinence

You could start to notice your Geneveve results as soon as 30 days after treatment.*

Geneveve can help to resolve urinary incontinence and vaginal laxity by stimulating collagen and tightening underlying muscle tissue. To do this, the handheld device emits cryogen-cooled monopolar radiofrequency waves (CMRF) that gently heat the deeper layers of tissue without harming the surface of your skin.*

The entire procedure normally only takes about 30 minutes and requires no downtime at all. You can expect your Geneveve results to continue to develop over the next three months, and they can be very long-lasting.*

*This information is for education only and is not meant as a guarantee of results. Your results may vary.

 

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