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Case Study
Stress Urinary Incontinence

  • One in four women over the age of 18 experience episodes of leaking urine involuntarily.1
  • Stress urinary incontinence, the most prevalent form of incontinence among women, affects an estimated 15 million adult women in the U.S.1
  • About 17% of women over 18 years old have overactive bladder.1
  • Pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause are major reasons of the increased prevalence of incontinence in women as compared to men.2
  • Between the ages of 18 and 44, approximately 24% of women experience incontinence.3
  • For women over age 60, approximately 23% deal with incontinence.3


  1. National Association for Continence,, Facts and Statistics
  2., Urinary incontinence fact sheet
  3. American Medical Systems, Urinary incontinence

November 2015:

Barbara H., 51, Flagstaff, Arizona, was experiencing the symptoms of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). She was having involuntary release of urine when she laughed, coughed, sneezed, played tennis and when lifting anything heavy. At first she hoped the symptoms were something temporary and then she starting wearing absorbent pads. Finally, her SUI became so bothersome that she made an appointment with an urologist.

Her urologist advised Barbara treatments for SUI include pelvic floor muscle exercises, lifestyle changes, new medications and medical devices. The doctor also pointed out that for many women those options are not enough and they choose to have transvaginal mesh or sling surgery.

Barbara certainly wanted to avoid surgery and she did not wish to add taking a prescription with side effects to her health regimen. She chose the more conservative option of pelvic floor exercises to strengthen her pelvic floor.

The urologist pointed out that studies show 50% of women doing pelvic floor muscle exercises (PFMEs) are not exercising the right muscle group and therefore not strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. He recommended the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer as a medical device that would assist her in performing PFMEs correctly.

Barbara felt comfortable using the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer because it is a FDA-cleared, biofeedback device supported by clinical studies, available without a prescription, and simple and easy to use. Within two weeks of using the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer Barbara was experiencing improvement in her SUI symptoms and within five weeks of daily use her symptoms had disappeared.

Barbara H. says, “It made me feel defeated and depressed to have bladder leakage. I’m only 51. It made me feel old, like I was aging too fast and would end up wearing adult diapers. I was starting to not live my life – I was avoiding playing tennis which I love because it would make me have leaks. I didn’t want to have surgery or take drugs to fix the problem. I am so grateful my doctor told me about the Vibrance Pelvic Trainer. It gives you biofeedback that you are exercising the right muscles and with the training sleeves for resistance you know you are making the muscles stronger. It gave me my confidence back. I would recommend it to anyone.”