Banish Bladder Leaks After Baby

As many as 4 out of 10 women develop stress urinary incontinence during pregnancy.¹ Leaks can linger long after, but you don't have to live with it. Left untreated, bladder leaks often get worse.

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What women should know about 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. Pelvital's on-staff pelvic floor physical therapist sheds light on these important topics.

Flyte can help

Incontinence after pregnancy is common and  treatable. Sometimes, leaks continue months and even years after childbirth. That's where Flyte comes in. Learn how it works from Dr. Nissrine Nakib.

  • FDA cleared, clinically proven, pelvic floor treatment device for stress urinary incontinence (SUI)
  • designed to treat weakened pelvic floor muscles to reduce bladder leaks or restore continence
  • use at home for  5 minutes per day for 6 weeks
  • available without a prescription
  • an HSA/FSA eligible expense

The first and only treatment of its kind

See how Flyte works from Leah Fulker, PT, DPT

Learn more about the science inside the Flyte wand

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The Flyte wand is placed in the vagina and delivers the mechanotherapy treatment

  1. Sangsawang, B., & Sangsawang, N. (2013). Stress Urinary Incontinence in Pregnant Women: A Review of Prevalence, Pathophysiology, and Treatment. International Urogynecology Journal; 24(6): 901–912.
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