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Experiencing Bladder Leakage? Try Apex

Just in the past few years I’ve seen an increase with those experiencing bladder leakage. Haven’t you? Many women strive to keep themselves healthy every day. We even pass on information to our friends and family to keep them in good health as well.

As for myself, I always take preventable steps of care to keep my body healthy and youthful. I believe it should be a priority in ones life specially when it concerns your loved ones.

Today, I would like to introduce my readers and provide information about a product that has a positive effect in helping one third of the women population in the U.S. with bladder issues. It’s called Apex.


InControl Medical is a medical device manufacturer who created an amazing product for women called the Apex device. This device has been recently cleared from the FDA for over the counter direct sales to consumers. With an increase rise seen in bladder control, this Apex device is definitely needed.

The purpose is to strengthen and restore a woman’s pelvic floor muscle to help the battle of bladder leakage. This news will bring relief to those who suffer with this condition.

Please take a look at the very informative video below.


If you’re a mom then you probably already know that childbirth is the number one reason that women experience bladder leakage. When the pelvic floor muscles become weak or stretched, a woman might experience bladder leakage from coughing, laughing, sneezing and even exercising.

Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is extremely important for every women. Apex allows them to do just that in the comfort of their own home. Just 10 minutes a day is all you need. By the hundreds, physicians have recommend Apex to their patients including those in postpartum as a treatment plan to resolve their pelvic muscles after childbirth.

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Even  Dr. Holly Thacker believes in this product. Learn what she says about Apex below.

“The new guideline for the treatment of urinary incontinence from the American College of Physicians stressed medical evaluation and management with a focus on physical therapy. Now that there are FDA [cleared] pelvic stimulating devices, like InTone, Apex, InToneMV and ApexM women have the option of intense, effective pelvic floor physical therapy (with or without biofeedback)  to treat common forms of urinary leakage.”

I commend InControl Medical for reaching out to inform women and hopefully assist them in their health issues. The Apex device is a wonderful tool to have for women like myself that have had multiple children and those who are getting older with age.  I believe, at one point in life we will need the Apex device. It a valuable medical device that will continue to improve our health conditions as we age.

InControl Medical is offering my readers on Sunshine and Flip Flops a hefty discount on purchasing Apex.

To learn more about the Apex device, please visit them on their website.

For the next 30 days readers will receive a $35 off discount plus FREE SHIPPING!

Enter code MBMD15 at checkout.

Don’t miss your chance on this huge discount. If you know of someone who might be having bladder issues or could use a product like this please pass this information along.


Do you know of someone who suffers from bladder control? I would love to know.


Disclosure: Sunshine and Flip Flops thanks InControl Medical {Apex} for sponsoring today’s post. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.  This article is in no way associated with, sponsored or endorsed by facebook, twitter, pinterest or any other social media outlet. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10CFR Part 255 Guides/Concerns the use of endorsements and testimony of advertising. For questions and concerns email Michele

Holly L. Thacker, MD, FACP, CCD, NCMP Professor and Director, Center for Specialized Women’s Health OB-GYN and Women’s Health Institute.

Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of CWRU Executive Director, Speaking of Women’s Health


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Michele is a Florida-based recipe creator, travel buff, and lifestyle advocate. Who believes in creating easy recipes without sacrificing the flavor of each culture. She adores her family, the warm Florida sun, and wearing flip flops.


  • Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle

    This is a very interesting approach to bladder leakage. It seems like the best way to deal with it.
  • Diana Villa

    I definitely have to check this site out for my mom! Thank you very much for the great review and information :)
  • Christy Maurer

    This is definitely something that looks helpful! I do experience some bladder leakage when I sneeze or cough a lot! It's not fun getting older!
  • Wendy

    Thank you for the interesting info. It is a problem most people do not want to talk about. More women then you would suspect have this issue.
  • Liz Mays

    That sounds like a great way to solve the leakage problem. It's great that you can stop the problem rather than deal with its effects.
  • Jeanine

    This is great. I don't know anyone personally who suffers from bladder leakage (that I know of) but with it being so common, there probably is! This is great to know!
  • Sandy SK

    Bladder leakage seems to be a real issue for women who have multiple children. My sister had seven and is in her 40's. She has leakage. i am glad to hear there are products out there that can help.
  • Valerie

    Bladder leakage can be so embarrassing for many women. It is great there is a product available to help them.
  • Ricci

    This looks really helpful for when bladder leakage becomes a problem. I haven't had kids yet but I hear that is part of the package deal.
  • Alli

    I don't have leakage problems, but I have friends that do. This sounds like a great product. I'll make sure to spread the word.
  • Lynndee

    I don't think I know anybody who suffers from bladder control, but if ever there will be one in the future, I would surely share this.
  • Fi NiNeachtain

    I never even knew devices like this existed so thanks for making me aware. Now I know why midwives in the maternity hospital tell us to exercise our pelvic floor.
  • Fi Ní Neachtáin

    I never even knew there we devices like this available. Now I know why the midwives in the hospital tell you to exercise your pelvic floor while you're pregnant.
  • Lisa Bristol

    I have a few friends that suffer from LBL. I will have to share this post with them. This would be a great product for them.
  • Krystal

    Luckily I don't have to deal with this, but it's helpful to know there are products available! I hope this awareness will help others.
  • Rebecca Swenor

    I love that there is machines out there to help with this type of problem. There are so many women that never talk about bladder leakage and some won't even talk about it to their friends. It is nice to see there is help out there and I will be sharing this for sure. Thanks for sharing.
  • HilLesha

    I haven't had any issues with bladder leakage yet. However, I have always had an overactive bladder since I was a child. I wish there was something for that, because it's quite annoying.
  • Erin

    I'm definitely going to have to check this out for a few women that I know of. And for my future self for sure!
  • Tiffany

    I'm luckily I do not have to deal with this, but if any of my friends mention it, I am glad that I will be able to point them in the right direction!

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