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September 15, 2016

Getting control over your overactive bladder

By Alyse Brunella

Do you find trips to the bathroom are impacting your daily schedule or becoming more frequent? More than 33 million Americans suffer from having an overactive bladder and may feel embarrassed, isolate themselves, or limit their work and social life as a result. But there are treatments that can help reduce your time on the toilet such as pelvic floor exercises, absorbent pads and bladder training. Read more on the treatments for an overactive bladder.

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my elderly mom has this issue at night and as she has Parkinson’s it makes it a challenge to get her to and from the bathroom.. she has tried an exercise that i can not remember for her bladder and it does not work for her. any suggestions

What about the Minova machine? It works.

@mari

What about the Minova machine? It works.

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*what is that????*

It’s a device with wires, charge it – insert an object into vagina – put it on – it vibrates – then it helps with those muscles – tighter. Best kept secret — Minnova.

Minnova is a patient operated device designed for the treatment of both stress and urge urinary incontinence with pelvic floor stimulation.

This device uses mild electrical stimulation to automate the process of doing pelvic floor muscle exercises, also known as Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles used in maintaining urinary continence. Minnova is also designed to inhibit inappropriate bladder contractions characteristic of urge incontinence.
https://www.djoglobal.com/products/empi/minnova

@mari

It’s a device with wires, charge it – insert an object into vagina – put it on – it vibrates – then it helps with those muscles – tighter. Best kept secret — Minnova.

Minnova is a patient operated device designed for the treatment of both stress and urge urinary incontinence with pelvic floor stimulation.

This device uses mild electrical stimulation to automate the process of doing pelvic floor muscle exercises, also known as Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles used in maintaining urinary continence. Minnova is also designed to inhibit inappropriate bladder contractions characteristic of urge incontinence.
https://www.djoglobal.com/products/empi/minnova

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*product has been discontinued months ago, so now what*

I AM SORRY ABOUT THAT.
It’s really a shame, people are buy diapers, taking pills and having surgery for this problem and it could be solved. Maybe we need to get a petition for them to bring it back?

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