SAY NO TO INCONTINENCE Strong pelvic floor muscles support the pelvic organs and are used to stop the flow of urine. In women, the pelvic floor can become weak as a result of pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause. Weakened pelvic floor muscles mean your internal organs are not fully supported and you may develop urinary incontinence. Women experiencing incontinence go through their lives wearing irritating pads every day and restricting physical activity including exercise, travel, and intimacy with a partner. In men, prostate issues and aging can cause problems with urination, such as a hesitant, interrupted, weak stream; urgency; and leaking or dribbling; or more frequent urination, especially at night. Patricia M. Nevils, MD of Vibrant Woman Health Center, Lafayette, LA is excited to offer BTL EMSELLA™, an FDA-cleared option for the treatment of male and female incontinence. The technology provides an easy, effective, and completely non-invasive treatment option for urinary incontinence, empowering people to address an often-private health issue that can dramatically impact their quality of life.

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