Let’s start the conversation about Pelvic Floor Disorders
Did you know Pelvic Floor Disorders affect millions of women just like you? You might feel like no one talks about them, but that doesn’t mean that no one is suffering. Here’s what every woman should know about pelvic health.
What’s going on down there?
If you’re unsure about what’s normal and what’s cause for concern, take our quiz to learn more about what your symptoms may mean and how to talk to your doctor about it.
Watch Renay’s story
Many women avoid talking about leaking or discomfort with friends, family, even their partners, which makes it emotionally exhausting on top of being physically unbearable. Hear from other women who’ve shared this struggle before fighting back and regaining control of their lives. The first step in choosing you is raising your voice.
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