Patient Testimonials

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Nicole, Mixed Incontinece After Childbirth

Being a mother is arguably the hardest job there is. Add to it having a disorder that prevents full bodily function and the job is even tougher. In order to properly take care of a child a mother needs to be healthy and able to fully function in everyday life.

Nicole, a 36 year-old mother of two young girls, learned first hand how a disorder can affect quality life as a mom. After a difficult delivery of her 11 pound baby, Nicole's pelvic floor was no longer the same. She suffered from both fecal and urinary incontinence. Read more...

Don, Post-Prostate Surgery Incontinence

"In 1992, I was operated on for prostate cancer. The cancer was removed, and the doctor told me that the leaking would soon stop. Well, it did not, and for three and a half years, I used about six Depends per day. I would line them with wash cloths to keep expenses down, and I would use about 20–30 every day.

In 1995, I had an Artificial Urinary Sphincter implanted, and I am so happy to report that I am 100% dry!"

Fred, Post-Prostatectomy Incontinence

"I had a radical prostatectomy (fully removed prostate) in 1996...afterwards I found I had a severe problem with stress incontinence. I was using in excess of 5 pads per day. In September of 2002, I heard about the Artificial Urinary Sphincter from a man I met who was very happy with the results it gave him. Then I had the AUS implanted. I am very happy with the results and am basically dry. I have my quality of life back and don't have to worry about 'accidents' anymore."

Bill, Kegels for Husbands

“Wow! What was that?” I excitedly asked my wife. “A Kegel”, my wife whispered. “A Kegel? What’s a Kegel?” I implored...(continue)

Mike, A Sling Solution For Men

After being diagnosed with prostate cancer in October of 2005 and presented with options, I decided to have the prostate removed laproscopically.   The surgeon explained beforehand some of the post-operative risks, one being a 2-5% chance of suffering from permanent urinary incontinence...(continue)