If you are experiencing symptoms of light Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) and mild Bladder and or Uterine Prolapse, we may have the solution you’ve been looking for, specifically if you have:
- Stage 1 or 2 Stress Urinary Incontinence, and /or
- Stage 1 Bladder Prolapse or
- Stage 1 Uterine Prolapse
then SRC Restore Uterine Prolapse and Continence Treatment Underwear for Women, may assist you in living and laughing without leaking. If you do not know what stage of uterine prolapse or bladder prolapse you have or have not yet seen a medical professional, please refer to the Product Information below and see a health care professional. Remember you are not alone and do not need to suffer in silence, close to 70% of people still do. There are a variety of solutions and medical specialists that can be of great help.
How They Work to help Uterine Prolapse and Continence Treatment
Did you know that
- According to the World Health Organization, Stress Urinary Incontinence is a global issue affecting millions with similar incidences across different populations, with massive economic and intangible costs.
- Over a 3-month period, 50% of women aged 45-59 years of age experienced some degree of mild, moderate, or severe urinary incontinence
- Urinary incontinence affects up to 37% of Australian women.
- According to the Continence Foundation of Australia, over half of all women who have had a child have some level of prolapse.
- Pelvic Organ Prolapse (bladder and uterine prolapse) symptoms include:
- feeling like something is pushing down
- feeling like there’s a foreign object in your abdomen
- a weak bladder, needing to urinate (pee) often, or difficulties urinating
- a “dragging” pain in the abdomen
- pain during sex
- back pain
- pressure sores and bleeding in the vagina
00.00 to 1.12 About SRC Health and the new product SRC Restore
1.13 to 2.16 How the idea for SRC Restore – Incontinence underwear for women, came about
2.17 to 3.08 The product development process
3.10 to 4.57 How SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear was tested
4.58 to 6.48 The Anatomical Support Panels in the SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear
6.49 to 7.55 How SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear is different to all other continence solutions on the market
7.56 to 8.39 The SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear Research findings
8.40 to 9.26 Who is the SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear best suited for?
9.27 to 10.35 SRC Restore Incontinence Underwear Product Guarantee
Do you know what stage of SUI stress urinary incontinence or bladder prolapse you have? Regardless of the stage please see a health care professional and refer to the below table to see whether SRC Restore Uterine Prolapse and Continence treatment Underwear for Women SRC Restore – Incontinence Underwear for Women may assist these conditions.
Stages of Urinary incontinence3
Stage I Light, urine loss quantity maximally until 10 g (10 mls)/24 hour
Stage II Moderate, urine loss quantity of 11 to 50 g (11-50 mls)/24 hour
Stage III Heavy, urine loss quantity over 50 g (50+ mls)/24 hour
The four categories of uterine prolapse are1
Stage 1 Uterus is in the upper half of the vagina
Stage 2 Uterus has descended nearly to the opening of the vagina
Stage 3 Uterus protrudes out of the vagina
Stage 4 Uterus is completely out of the vagina
Grades of bladder prolapse (cystocele) are2
Stage 1 Bladder protrudes a little way into the vagina
Stage 2 Bladder protrudes so far into the vagina that it is close to the vaginal opening
Stage 3 Bladder protrudes out of the vagina
SRC Restore Uterine Prolapse and Continence Treatment garments can be worn in conjunction with any treatment from your pelvic health specialist and for best results should be worn day and night for as many hours as you can. Through the use of a patented Anatomical Support Panel, specifically the gusset panel, our SRC Restore garments provide continuous even compression to the entire perineal area to assist with improving the symptoms of bladder and uterine prolapse.
The garment been shown to help with symptoms of mild urinary incontinence. Continuous compression to the perineum has been said to activate pelvic floor muscles through a possible proprioceptive feedback loop.
Activating pelvic floor muscles positively influences their strength and their ability to support bladder and uterine function. Wearing the garment and combining it with a women’s health physio program should improve symptoms faster.
Additional anecdotal evidence has shown a reduction in symptoms of mild bladder and uterine prolapse while wearing the SRC Restore compression garment.
The research and development of our fabric was extensive as we wanted to ensure that it provided support and comfort with no feeling of restriction.
Our uniquely milled fabric goes through rigorous independent testing to ensure that it is of the highest quality and can stretch and return to its original shape consistently after wash and wear to provide you with optimal performance and a longer lasting garment.
To make sure we deliver this we decided to test our fabric against one of the leading compression brands in the marketplace to assess whether the compression properties were sustained after multiple washes and how this compared to the other brand.
We subjected the fabric to 100 wash cycles followed by an extension test. Our fabric not only retained its original size and shape (against the competitor which shrunk significantly) but also retained the same high level of compression at the conclusion of testing.
Wear and Care Instructions
Sizing and Measurements
Correct measurement with these garments is crucial to the functionality of the leggings. As they are a medical garment/measured sizes they do not correlate to general/fashion clothing sizes. General fashion sizes also vary drastically by country and by brand (we find that an Australian XS can equate to a S or even M in American sizes) so we strongly recommend you have someone else take your measurements and use this guide to size yourself up.
We also have a video for you to reference in terms of measuring yourself correctly here:
Do not take your own measurement. Compression garments require accurate fit to function.
Be measured in your underwear only. Stand with your heels together and have the person measuring you keep the measuring tape straight. They should place the tape over your hips, pubic bone and bottom at the fullest part. The tape should touch. your body at all points but not be pulled tight.