Incontinence and Mediballs Secret

What is urinary incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is the term used to describe any accidental or involuntary loss or leakage of urine from the bladder; it is more common in women than in men. Urinary incontinence is so prevalent amongst women that one in three Australian women suffer urinary incontinence after pregnancy and 37% of all women suffer it sometime over their life. If you a have this common condition, please read the information on this website for constructive steps on how to regain and sustain a healthy pelvic floor.

Can urinary incontinence be cured?

As urinary incontinence is typically a result of a weak pelvic floor, it is extremely probable you will be able to reverse this condition easily by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles in the correct way. Pelvi have introduced MEDIballs secretTM a Class 1 medical device registered with the Therapeutic Goods Association of Australia for the prevention and treatment of urinary incontinence. We have been delighted with the results had from this product, and with the relief it is bringing women suffering from this embarrassing condition. Detailed information on MEDIballs secretTM is available on this website.

Will using MEDIballs secretTM save me money?

Happily yes. If you exercise your pelvic floor with the one-off purchase of MEDIballs secretTM then the probability is that you will no longer need to use incontinence pads and nappies. It is often a financial strain when using pads and nappies over an extended period. MEDIballs secretTM is a one-off purchase with the potential to save you money.

What is stress urinary incontinence?

There are different types of incontinence. Stress Incontinence is one of the most common types. In medical terms the urethra sphincter muscle, supported by the pelvic floor, is not able to prevent urine from flowing when pressure is exerted on the abdomen. Pressure is exerted when coughing, sneezing, and laughing. Pressure is also exerted when straining in association with constipation, sexual intercourse or when lifting heavy items. Tragically, stress urinary incontinence is often suffered in silence, causing women to withdraw from social situations. It also tends to discourage regular physical exercise resulting in a reduced quality of life. Strengthening the pelvic floor supports the sphincter muscle and can therefore help reverse stress urinary incontinence. Our Pelvi MEDIballs SecretTM are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor. Their use is discreet and enables you to use them during any daily activity.

Why do I wet my pants when I laugh?

This can very well be as a result of a weak pelvic floor. You are probably suffering stress incontinence. While postnatal women aren’t the only ones to suffer stress incontinence it is prevalent amongst them. One in three suffer this. It can escalate as you carry more children or experience a difficult birth. Even those who have caesarean births can suffer as the weight of the baby itself can cause damage. This condition can be reversed in most cases by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. To exercise these muscles we at Pelvi have introduced MEDIballs secretTM with very good results.

Why do I want to go to the toilet when I’m driving?

You probably have a weak pelvic floor and suffer from urge or stress incontinence. An easy and simple way to help combat this problem is to strengthen your pelvic floor. Our Pelvic Floor Assist MEDIballs secretTM are designed to exercise your pelvic floor discreetly and can be worn during any daily activity. In many cases it reverses incontinence, we have had very good results. More information is available on this website. Link

Why do I wet myself?

This can be as a result of a weak pelvic floor. This can be reversed in most cases by strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvi have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I go to the toilet so many times in the night?

This can be as a result of a weak pelvic floor. Normally strengthening the pelvic floor muscles can reverse this condition. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I wet myself when I cough?

You are probably suffering stress incontinence. Your pelvic floor is most likely weak. Stress incontinence occurs when the urethrae sphincter muscle, supported by the pelvic floor, is not able to prevent urine from flowing when pressure is exerted on the abdomen, as when coughing. Pressure can also be exerted when sneezing, and laughing and when straining in association with constipation, sexual intercourse or when lifting heavy items. Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles supports the sphincter muscles and can help reverse stress urinary incontinence. Our Pelvi MEDIballs secretTM are designed to strengthen the pelvic floor. Their use is discreet and enables you to use them during everyday activities. We recommend you try our MEDIballs secretTM as we have had very good results. We recommend you consult with your health professional. Read the links on this site to understand more about urinary incontinence.

Is it normal to develop urinary incontinence after pregnancy?

One in three ladies develop urinary incontinence even if only temporarily after pregnancy. Even women who have had caesarean births can have this problem as the weight of the baby has been resting on the bladder and pelvic floor. The downward pressure of the baby often weakens the muscles of the pelvic floor. We offer a simple method to address this problem. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I want to pee when I’m driving home?

You could be suffering from a weak pelvic floor. The good news is that you can strengthen your pelvic floor. MEDIball secretTM is a simple solution to exercising your pelvic floor. It is discreet and can be worn during your daily activities. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I have frequent urination?

Maybe you have a weak pelvic floor and suffer from urge or stress incontinence. An easy and simple way to help combat this problem is to strengthen your pelvic floor. Our Pelvic Floor Assist MEDIball secretTM is discreet and can be worn during my daily activities. In many cases it reverses incontinence.

Why have I lost control of my bladder?

Maybe you have a weak pelvic floor and suffer from urge or stress incontinence. An easy and simple way to help combat this problem is to strengthen your pelvic floor. Our Pelvic Floor Assist MEDIball secretTM is discreet and can be worn during my daily activities. In many cases it reverses incontinence. MEDIball secretTM is a Class 1 medical device registered with the Therapeutic Goods Association of Australia for the prevention and treatment of urinary incontinence. It is a manufactured in Germany to the strictest manufacturing codes and BPA free so you needn’t be concerned about plastic leaching into your body.

OMG, why do I pee so much?

You could be suffering from a weak pelvic floor. The good news is that you can strengthen your pelvic floor. MEDIball secretTM is a simple solution to exercising your pelvic floor. It is discreet and can be worn during your daily activities. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

What is overflow urinary incontinence?

This is when women find they cannot stop their bladders from constantly dribbling or continuing to dribble for some time after urinating. Overflow Incontinence is one of the several different types of incontinence. It is the inability to control urination. When you find that you are unable to completely empty your bladder, this leads to overflow, i.e. leaking urine unexpectedly. This leakage, which can cause embarrassment and discomfort, is not the only problem. Urine left in the bladder is a breeding ground for bacteria, which can lead to repeated urinary tract infections (UTIs). If you have leak when you cough and sneeze then you may have stress or urge incontinence and this can be treated and prevented with the use of MEDIballs secretTM.

The good news is that you can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles that support your internal organs. MEDIball secretTM is a simple solution to exercising your pelvic floor. It is discreet and can be worn during your daily activities. To exercise the muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I suffer vaginal dryness?

Vaginal dryness is a common problem for women during and after menopause, although inadequate vaginal lubrication can occur at any age. Vaginal dryness is a hallmark sign of vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis) — thinning and inflammation of the vaginal walls due to a decline in oestrogen. A thin layer of moisture coats your vaginal walls. When you're sexually aroused, more blood flows to your pelvic organs, creating more lubricating vaginal fluid. But hormonal changes associated with your menstrual cycle, aging, menopause, childbirth and breast-feeding may affect the amount and consistency of this moisture. MEDIballs secretTM when used brings more blood flow to the area resulting in better lubrication.

Pelvi has specially introduced a lubricant, BIOglide, which has been designed to gently support vaginal moisture.

The Many Advantages of BIOglide

  • Certified natural: Natural Product Standard Approved by BDIH*
  • 100% natural vegan lubricant
  • Free from synthetic fragrances, colours or preservatives
  • Water-soluble and fat-free
  • Adjusted to the pH-value of the vaginal flora
  • Small amounts are highly effective
  • Dermatologically and clinically tested
  • Not tested on animals and made in Germany

 Learn more about BIOglide.

Why does it hurt when I have intercourse?

Did you know that one-quarter to one-half of post-menopausal women experience some pain during sex? Vaginal atrophy, the deterioration of vaginal tissue caused by the drop in estrogen levels, is a major source of painful intercourse for women in midlife. When ovarian production of estrogen declines at menopause, vaginal tissues may become thinner, less lubricant and less elastic. Eventually these changes can result in vaginal dryness, burning, itching and pain. The use of MEDIballs secret stimulates the vagina bringing better blood flow to the area creating more lubricating vaginal fluid.

How do I strengthen my pelvic floor prior to pregnancy?

If you are considering falling pregnant, exercising your pelvic floor muscles with Pelvic Floor Assist™ MEDIballs secret will invariably be of benefit when you do eventually fall pregnant. MEDIballs secret can be worn during day-to-day activities such as housework, cooking, swimming and gardening. MEDIballs secret ARE NOT TO BE WORN DURING PREGNANCY.

Should I use a single or double MEDIballs secretTM?

As with any exercise routine you build your strength with sustainable increments. We suggest you start with a single MEDIballs secretTM and build up to the double MEDIballs secretTM. We introduced the single ball especially for woman with very weak pelvic floor muscles that cannot retain a double ball, and for women who simple cannot physically accommodate a double ball.

Do I need to use a lubricant with MEDIballs secretTM?

Yes, we strongly suggest you do for comfort purposes. We at Pelvic floor assist especially introduced BIOglide lubricant, which has many advantages.

 Bioglide is:

  • 100% natural vegan lubricant
  • Free from synthetic fragrances, colours or preservatives
  • Water-soluble and fat-free
  • Adjusted to the pH-value of the vaginal flora
  • Small amounts are highly effective
  • Dermatologically and clinically tested
  • Not tested on animals and made in Germany

 Can I use MEDIballs secretTM during pregnancy?

MEDIballs secretTM is designed for pre-pregnancy and postnatal use. Prior to falling pregnant MEDIballs secret can be used to strengthen the pelvic floor. It is essential to have a strong pelvic floor to support the internal organs coping with the weight and downward pressure of the baby. By strengthening your pelvic floor prior to pregnancy you can help prevent the consequences of a weak pelvic floor. Alarmingly one in three women suffer urinary incontinence after birth so we suggest the use of MEDIballs secretTM as a preventative method prior to conception. If you are experiencing urinary incontinence postnatal, we at pelvic floor assist strongly recommend the use of MEDIballs secretTM to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles to regain and sustain continence. At Pelvi we always recommend you consult your health professional about the commencement date postnatal. Every case is different.

What is a sphincter Muscle?

A sphincter muscle is ringlike muscle found in the body at openings of bodily passages. It is able to close a passage or an opening. Three such sphincter muscles are found on the pelvic floor - the anal vaginal and urethrae sphincter. Weak anal and urethrae muscle result in incontinence while a weak vagina sphincter results in weak orgasms. A healthy strong pelvic floor supports the functions of these sphincter muscles. To exercise the pelvic floor muscles we at Pelvic Floor Assist have introduced MEDIballs secretTM.

Why do I have weak orgasms?

If the cause of your weak orgasm is a weak pelvic floor, we recommend the use of Mediballs secret. Mediballs secret are designed to strengthen the vaginal and pelvic floor muscles. A weak pelvic floor is unable to play its role in supporting strong orgasms.