When your bladder’s calling the shots… Contrelle puts you back in control.
now available on
Many hours of support
Soft, comfortable & discreet
Can provide immediate relief
Contrelle Activgard gives comfortable bladder support to reduce or stop leaks altogether, so you can ditch those bulky pads and concentrate on what’s important.1
With Contrelle snugly in place, you can run, jump, dance, laugh, sneeze and cough, without fear of bladder leaks. Contrelle doesn’t absorb leaks, it stops them from happening in the first place.More about Contrelle
affects 1 in 3 women.2
You are not alone!
Millions of women worldwide suffer from Urinary Incontinence. Some will only experience leaking when they do strenuous exercise, while others will need to wear pads all day, every day in case of an ‘accident’.
It's time for change
Introducing Contrelle Your Everyday Bladder Support
Contrelle is a soft, gentle bladder support that comes with a reusable applicator. It’s similar to a tampon so is easy to insert and remove, although works very differently.3
When correctly and comfortably in place, Contrelle is clinically proven to reduce the amount (and frequency) of bladder leakage caused by Stress Urinary Incontinence, putting you back in control of when you want to go to the toilet.1
Of the women we asked who
had used Contrelle*…
Reported they had either stopped leaking altogether or had experienced significantly reduced leakage3
Reported that they had became completely dry whilst using Contrelle3, 4
“I have used this product for over 20 years and don’t know how I would have managed without it. After my cancer and hysterectomy, I was incontinent and tried everything, I was miserable. This product has changed my life.”
30-packs are now approved for prescription by the NHS, in a growing number of areas from 1st March 2023.
To get started, buy your Sizing Kit to find the most effective and comfortable size for you.
1 Sander P, Thyssen H, Lose G, Andersen JT. Effect of a vaginal device on quality of life of women with urinary stress incontinence. Obstet Gynecol. 1999 Mar;93(3):407-11.
2 Hunskaar S, Lose G, Sykes D, Voss S. The prevalence of urinary incontinence in women in four European countries. BJU Int. 2004 Feb,93(3):324-30
3 Thyssen HH, Lose G. Long term efficacy and safety of a disposable vaginal device (continence guard) in the treatment of female stress incontinence. Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct. 1997;8(3):130-2
4 Lone Mouritsen. Effect of vaginal devices on bladder neck mobility in stress incontinent women, Departmentof Obstretrics and Gynecology, Gentofte Hospital, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica 2001 80: 428-431