Urinary Incontinence

Urinary Incontinence is caused by the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. It is estimated that 40 million women use pads to absorb leakage caused by urinary incontinence. Sommita Medical offers the latest in technology to help women regain control of their pelvic muscles. Apex and ApexM are scientifically and specifically designed to strengthen and tone female pelvic floor muscles, eliminating accidental bladder leakage. The devices work by providing muscle stimulation at specific frequencies to target the weak pelvic floor muscles and over-active detrusor muscle.

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Some Quick Facts About Incontinence

  • A weak pelvic floor can lead to symptoms such as bladder leakage, migration of the internal organs to vaginal canal, bowel leakage, poor sensation during intercourse and prolonged postpartum recovery.
  • The average woman with light bladder leakage spends over $700 a year in pads and bladder control products.
  • Your pelvic floor will not get any stronger if you do not exercise it.
  • 50% of women do kegels incorrectly according to the national institute of health.
  • It is estimated that disposable pads take 500 years to decompose.

Importance of the Pelvic Floor

The pelvic floor is an often forgotten muscle. Keeping this muscle toned is important to a healthy body. Neglecting this muscle can lead to urinary/fecal incontinence as well as weakened or absent orgasms. As these muscles become weaker, the symptoms become more pronounced. Regular stretching and exercise are crucial to your pelvic floor muscles health.

What About Kegels?

More often than not, Kegels are improperly performed by about 50% of individuals and thus they are not very effective. Most individuals have difficulty isolating those muscles and instead contract their abdominal or gluteal muscles. Additionally, kegels do not provide the resistance needed to strengthen and tone the muscles of the pelvic floor.

Sommita Medical’s line of products provides that resistance and has proven to work in strengthening the pelvic floor.

Ways in which incontinence affects women:


During the nine months a woman is carrying a child, the weight of the baby can cause stress to the pelvic floor, making the muscles weak. If you start to leak urine after childbirth, this may be an indication that your pelvic floor needs attention. Sommita medical recommends ApexM as a solution for new moms with incontinence issues.


Did you know that exercises is the second leading cause of bladder leakage is women? When exercising, the muscles around the pelvic floor can stretch, resulting in weaker muscles and bladder leakage. The ApexM is like going to the gym for your pelvic floor – it helps exercise and strengthen the muscles so you remain dry during your most active moments.

Sex and Intimacy

Many women abstain from intimacy due to fear of urinary incontinence. Additionally, weak pelvic floor muscles may affect your ability to orgasm. Sommita Medical provides an alternative to pills and surgery with our advanced medical devices. Learn more about our devices and get the results that help better intimacy for you and your partner.

Fecal Incontinence

Roughly 18 million adults suffer from fecal incontinence, but never tell their doctor out of fear or embarrassment. If the pelvic floor or anal sphincter muscles become stretched or weakened, fecal loss can occur. Sommita Medical offers the InToneMV, a device that works for both men and women with bowel leakage. It provides voice-guided exercise and feedback to reinforce proper completion of exercises.

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