Testimonials & Tips

Urinary incontinence needs to be debated, as it enhances the decline of life quality. There’s a great social stigma associated with this problem that has harmful effects: depression, anxiety, sadness, shame and isolation.


To counteract this trend, it is essential to look at the numbers. 50% of women, at some point in their life, will experience episodes of urinary incontinence. Recent data also indicate that involuntary losses of urine in postmenopausal women occur more frequently than other diseases with high levels of incidence, such as diabetes, hypertension or depression.


Still, statistics say that 50% of women who suffer from urinary incontinence do not seek solutions. The International Incontinence Society suggests that the solution should include pharmacological treatment, physiotherapy and behavioral therapy. In the first two points, supplementation with natural products (vitamin D, selenium, pumpkin seeds and soy extracts) and Kegel exercises can be two ways to fight the problem.


So if you are suffering from involuntary leakage of urine, remember: you are not alone. And the sooner you become proactive in solving the problem, the greater the likelihood of a cure.


How urinary incontinence affected my postpartum

Marta | 42 years old

The loss of urine started to happen during pregnancy. It attacked when I sneezed, when I coughed, when I laughed and even when I went to the gym – very important to fight the huge number of pounds I had gained.

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How has urinary incontinence affected my menopause

Margarida | 47 years old

I entered menopause at the age of 47. It was hell: hot flashes that made me open the refrigerator door to cool off, menstruation disappearing, fat accumulating in the abdomen. It is not an easy time for women. It is a time of great changes, but I was able the adapt to it. What else!

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How urinary incontinence affected my sleep

Amália | 34 years old

Urinary incontinence, in the form of nocturnal enuresis (urge to urinate at night), entered in my life at the age of 34. It drastically affected my life quality, especially when it comes to sleep. I didn’t sleep and did not let others sleep.

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How urinary incontinence led me to depression

Beatriz | 38 years old

It was after a pelvic surgery that I started having episodes of urinary incontinence. It was a tough period, which led me to depression.

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