Many women, particularly those who have delivered children vaginally, experience stress urinary incontinence. Stress incontinence is losing urine without meaning to during physical activity, such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise.
For many women this is a frustrating, even debilitating issue that requires inconvenient behavioral and activity modifications. While invasive surgery is an option for most women, many shy away from that possibility because of recovery times and fears of negative side-effects.
Because of its rejuvenating properties, the O-Shot™ has been shown to dramatically reduce the instances of stress urinary incontinence and, in many women, eliminate them all together.
To hold urine and control urination, the lower urinary tract and nervous system need to be working normally. You must also be able to recognize and respond to the urge to urinate.
In stress incontinence, the sphincter pelvic muscles, which support the bladder and urethra, are weakened. The sphincter is not able to prevent urine from flowing when pressure is placed on the abdomen (such as when you cough, laugh, or lift something heavy).
Because the O-Shot™ works to regenerate muscle tissue, these muscles improve their elasticity and strengthen overall sphincter and urethra function.