Which of the women above is peeing a little bit? Chances are, at least a few.
As it turns out one in three women experience urinary incontinence after having a baby. The good news is that urinary control is something that can be regained. In other words, if you wee yourself a little bit (like Kate Winslet), this isn’t something you have to live with forever.
To repeat that: if you had a baby recently (or years ago!) and you occasionally leak pee, YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIVE WITH THAT ! So many people think they have to just accept a new hardship as a new mother. Not true.
You can regain confidence that you aren’t going to accidentally pee when you exercise (think running, jumping jacks, CrossFit, etc.), when you sneeze, laugh out loud, or simply when you have to go to the bathroom.
Urinary incontinence is one of those things “no one talks about”. We’re here to help start that conversation!
Women in non-US countries receive preventative pelvic floor strengthening therapy and devices as a standard course of care. On Episode 55 of Fourth Trimester Podcast, we speak with the founders of Yarlap, a device that improves muscle control and helps women recover from urinary incontinence.
Listeners of the Fourth Trimester Podcast can receive $25 off their purchase of a Yarlap
- Go to Yarlap.com
- Enter code fourthtrimesterpodcast at checkout to receive $25 off
There is a 60-day no fuss return policy so you can try it out and make sure it is right for you. Remember, ask your doctor for guidance. This is something to use pre-pregnancy, and not during pregnancy. After giving birth, your doctor needs to give you the okay to start using a Yarlap device.
Here’s how to use the Yarlap:
Here are the bios of the Yarlap team:
About Brent Reider
Brent Reider is the creator and president of Yarlap. Brent Reider designs FDA Cleared Class II medical equipment (7 devices personally, including the Yarlap). Brent is also internationally recognized as the leader in electrostimulation therapy design. His devices are also used by the National Healthcare systems of France, Germany, Scandinavia and Great Britain. Brent’s patents are for patient safety and maximum exercise efficiency.
Brent is an author and referee for medical and scientific peer review journals (the female orgasm is the subject I referee). “Role of Pelvic Floor Muscles in Female Orgasmic Response” (J Womens Health Issues Care Vol: 5 Issue: 6) is a recent British peer review open access article.
About MaryEllen Reider
MaryEllen Reider is the co-director of Yarlap, the wellness device to treat urinary incontinence and improve sexual performance and experience through muscle control. MaryEllen spends a lot of time researching and finding out what’s new in the pelvic floor world and the social media realm. She strives to empower women through their pelvic floor muscles. She enjoys getting to know her customers through social media and speaking events, and inspiring people about why the Kegel exercises and Yarlap are so important.
MaryEllen and her dad have emerged as a leading voice in the pelvic floor and sex tech wellness space due to her passion, commitment and her dad’s medical publications and creations.