There was once a woman experiencing a change of hormones in menopause that made all body tissues softer, more relaxed and unfortunately the effect of the more relaxed pelvic floor was incontinence
Urinary stress incontinence is a very common condition.
20% of women over 40 experience involuntary leaks and over 50% of all women will experience it at some point in their lives. Or at least that's what the official stats suggest - we think that's it's more like 80%!
Either way, it affects millions of women in the UK alone and, left untreated, it can seriously impact on their quality of life.
The good news is that, in most cases, it is easily treated. More than that, by coming to this site and recognising that you have a problem, you have taken the first step to putting it behind you.
This website aims to help you find an effective treatment for your stress incontinence. The first step in that search is to understand whether you have stress incontinence.
If you are ready to take control of your stress incontinence ...
The first step is to understand your stress incontinence - what is it, why do you have it and what can you do to sort it out.
Once you have a good understanding of your confition, you are ready to take control and put an end to it.