Say goodbye to urinary leaks while laughing

Say goodbye to urinary leaks while laughing

Do you know the expression “to nearly wet yourself laughing” or “stop making me laugh, I am going to pee myself!” ? In fact, urinary leaks often occur while laughing. Therefore, not being able to control your bladder when you are laughing can be embarrassing. At Fizimed, we want you to be able to laugh again without worrying about wet panties. For this reason, we have developed the Emy Kegel trainer.

Learn more about leaks and how to stop them in our page about the urinary incontinence.

Why do I leak when I laugh?

In most cases, the reason for this is stress incontinence. This type of incontinence is one of the most frequently diagnosed. If the urethra no longer closes properly, small urine leaks can occur during exertion, when laughing, coughing, or sneezing. There are several reasons for this such as the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles, a pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy, or severe overweight.

What can I do if I have urinary leaks while laughing?

The first step is to seek help! Talk to your doctor and tell him/her about your problem. He/She can help you. You can strengthen your pelvic floor again through pelvic floor training, for example. The smart and wireless Kegel trainer Emy can help you with that. Thanks to biofeedback technology, you can actively train and strengthen your pelvic floor so that urine leakage while laughing will soon be a thing of the past.

3 weeks till you can laugh without leaking!

On average, users of Emy report that they have noticed improvements after 3 weeks of doing exercises with a duration of 5-15 minutes, 3 times a week.After this period, some users were able to hold a tampon again, go horseback riding, do Zumba, go hiking… Therefore, with daily and focused training you will feel an improvement, and bladder control while laughing should not be a problem anymore.

Download the free mobile app Emy – Kegel exercises directly on your smartphone :

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