Kegel exercises for women: a how-to guide

Many women aren’t sure how to do Kegel exercises. Pelvital’s in-house pelvic floor physical therapist tells us how to do a Kegel in this video.

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How to stop leaking urine when running

How to stop leaking urine when running is a common question. Here are some ways to stop annoying bladder leaks while running.

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Demystifying the pelvic floor

Most women don’t know a lot about the pelvic floor — what it is, what role it plays and the problems that can happen when the pelvic floor does not work as well as it should. Leah Fulker, PT, DPT, explains what women should know about the pelvic floor in this informative video.

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Top 10 questions you ask about Flyte

We talk with a lot of women who are curious about Flyte. There are so many women living with bladder leaks. They want answers! And at Pelvital, we want to help women determine if Flyte is a good fit and support them along the way. So here are our top 10 questions that women ask about Flyte.

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3 tips to reduce SUI leaks

If you’re experiencing bladder leaks during exercise or physical activity, check out these 3 expert techniques to reduce SUI leaks.

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Perimenopause, menopause and bladder leaks: what you need to know

Did you know that bladder issues can appear or get worse during perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause) and beyond? Unfortunately, one of the two primary risk factors for urinary incontinence is increased age, according to the North American Menopause Society. (The other is…

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How much do bladder leaks cost you?

If you experience bladder leaks, you know that it can affect your quality of life. But what about your pocketbook? What do bladder leaks cost? Like many women, you may be using products like liners, pads or leakproof underwear to cope. These products can be…

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Bladder leaks in active, athletic women

If you enjoy an active lifestyle —  running, crossfit, weight training or high-impact sports, you might be surprised to learn that you may be at greater risk of bladder leaks (called stress urinary incontinence or SUI). Say it isn’t so! Unfortunately, exercise incontinence is real.…

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About bladder leaks, pregnancy & childbirth

You may be wondering, what causes bladder leaks during or after pregnancy? Are post-baby bladder leaks inevitable? What can be done?  According to the Office on Women’s Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, many moms and moms-to-be experience urinary incontinence. The good news…

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We’re here for you

When you purchase Flyte, you are not just purchasing a product designed to treat stress urinary incontinence. You also have access to expert service through our Customer Care Manager, Leah Fulker. Over the last 7 years, Leah Fulker, PT, DPT, has treated a wide variety…

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At-home steps to help with bladder leaks

If you are living with bladder leaks, you’re probably wondering, “How do I take care of this problem? I want it to stop!” The good news is there are some things you can try at home. (You’ve heard of Kegel exercises but keep reading for…

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Medical treatments for stress urinary incontinence

If you are living with bladder leaks, you should know that medical treatments for stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are available that may bring much needed relief. At Pelvital, we’ve introduced Flyte, a non-surgical, use-at-home option that strengthens the pelvic floor muscles to treat SUI. As…

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We respect your privacy and your data

At Pelvital, we take your privacy seriously. Here are some things to know about your privacy and data: • Your personal data is protected. It’s never sold or given to others. Access to personal data is strictly limited to internal Pelvital staff on a need-to-know…

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When to talk with your healthcare professional

You might be wondering, when do I call my doctor or healthcare professional? When do I contact Pelvital customer care? Here are some tips: Stop using Flyte and call your healthcare professional for medical questions or concerns: • I am experiencing unusual pelvic pain, irritation,…

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Why treating is different from training

If you decided it’s time to do something about bladder leaks, you’ve probably heard about Kegel exercises. Maybe you’ve seen gadgets called “Kegel trainers” or “pelvic floor exercisers” online. Kegel trainers are designed to help locate and properly activate the pelvic floor muscles to strengthen…

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