The Impact Menopause Has on Your Pelvic Floor Strength

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As if the hormone changes were not bad enough to have to deal with. Your pelvic floor strength is also at risk!

Over 50% of all women going through the menopause will suffer from urge or stress urinary incontinence.1

You have the choice to not just accept this. Take back control.

The menopause triggers your ovaries to stop producing estrogen, which is the hormone responsible for helping to regulate your menstruation and for keeping your bladder and urethra healthy.

The pelvic floor muscles that surround the bladder also requires this hormone oestrogen to keep it healthy and tight. So when estrogen levels drop during the menopause, the pelvic floor weakens as a consequence.

Urinary incontinence has a huge social impact on women’s well being. The physical, psychological and social well being impact for women and their families who suffer with weak pelvic floor conditions is heart-breaking.

The good news is that you can take back control and restore your pelvic floor strength.

Secret Whispers Complete Kegel Kit is effective at treating bladder weakness caused by a weak pelvic floor.









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