Natural Approaches to Support Bladder Health and Wellness

Hormones and the pelvic floor

The pelvic floor is filled by muscles that stretch over the pelvic bone.

The role of these muscles is to support your pelvic organs like the uterus, ovaries, bowel, and bladder.

The pelvic floor changes dramatically during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause.

Hormones, especially estrogen, are partially responsible for these changes.

When estrogen reduces, pelvic floor tissues may become atrophied

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The vagina, bladder trigone, and pelvic floor muscles are rich in estrogen receptors.

After menopause, estrogen reduces. These tissues may become atrophied. Vaginal atrophy causes dryness and painful sex. Bladder atrophy causes leaky bladder (urinary incontinence). The pelvic floor muscle atrophy causes prolapse of the bladder and/or uterus.
 
When prolapse happens, your bladder can slip down lower than usual and bulge into your vagina. See the image below:

Painful sex and leaky bladder are obvious, but how do you know if you have a dropped bladder?

Seven warning signs of a dropped bladder

1) Pelvic pain

A dropped bladder causes pressure on the vaginal wall. This can cause pain, especially when you are lifting, coughing, or straining.

Pain can be sharp, sudden, dull, or continuous.

You may have a consistent, heavy feeling in the pelvis. The pain may intensify during walking or standing.

You may feel an obstruction in the area or may even feel the bladder bulging inside the vaginal tract.

2) Difficulty urinating

You may have difficulty to urinate, have painful urination, or feel you need to urinate more.

When the difficulty increases, you may not be able to urinate at all.

This can become a medical emergency. Doctors can determine if the cause is bladder drop.

3) Stress incontinence

Stress incontinence is the involuntary urine leak. It often happens during physical activity. These include running, jumping, heavy lifting, or when sneezing and coughing.
 
The leakage may only happen when the bladder is full.
 
Weak pelvic floor muscles or the urinary sphincter may cause stress incontinence.
 
A dropped bladder can increase pressure on these structures and cause urine leak. Incontinence can cause embarrassment and reduced physical activities.

4) Urinary retention

The urinary bladder has two jobs. It stores urine and drains it.

There are two circular muscles that surround and enclose the urethra. These are called sphincters.

To empty the bladder, the sphincter muscles and the bladder muscles need to work together. First the sphincter muscles open and then the bladder contracts to empty the urine.

When the bladder is healthy and functioning properly, the urinary bladder empties completely.

A healthy nervous system controls proper bladder functioning.

The brain sends the signal to urinate through the nervous system. These signals allow the sphincter and bladder muscles to open and close.

A dropped bladder may press down on the tissue and nerves. This makes it difficult to completely empty the bladder.

Due to incomplete emptying, you may urinate more than once to empty your bladder. This may need repeated trips to the bathroom. You may feel that you have not emptied completely, even after a full urination. The cause may be a dropped bladder.
 
Additionally, a part of the urine in the bladder falls below the opening of the urethra due to bladder drop. This part of urine does not flush out. The retained urine may cause bacteria to grow in the bladder. This results in smelly urine and frequent UTIs.

5) Frequent bladder infections

When you experience frequent bladder infections, it may be an sign of a dropped bladder.
A bladder infection occurs when bacteria enter the urethra and reach the bladder.
Once in the bladder, bacteria multiply and colonize, causing infection.
When the bladder is healthy, bacteria that travel into the urethra are washed out by urine.
But when you have a dropped bladder, you may have difficulty to empty the bladder. This can result in urinary retention.
This means some urine stays inside of the bladder. When old urine stays in the bladder, bacteria can grow and multiply without being flushed out.
Thus, a dropped bladder may result in frequent bladder infections.

6) Lower back pain

A dropped bladder may cause persistent lower back pain.

The bladder is suspended in the pelvis by many ligaments and muscles.

A dropped bladder can fall into the vaginal tract. This can cause the woman to have pain or discomfort in the lower back, pelvis, groin, vagina, and lower abdomen.

You may feel the pain as a continuous aching or pulling sensation.

Lower back pain may become worse during sex or menstrual period.

The dropped bladder may push the neighboring tissues and compress their nerves. This may result in pain in the lower back and pelvis.
A full bladder may pushes harder against neighboring tissues. This may cause the muscles in the lower back to become fatigued and sore.
Also, urinary tract infections in a dropped bladder can also cause pain in the lower back.
 

7) No relief after voiding the bladder

When you feel no relief after voiding the bladder, you may have a dropped bladder.

When the bladder drops, a part of the bladder sags to below the opening of the urethra.
This bulge is called cystocele.
Due to gravity and dislocation of the bladder, you cannot empty the entire bladder. The cystocele traps urine.
When a healthy bladder is full of urine, the nerves in the bladder send a signal to the brain. The brain then signals the sphincter to expel the urine. After you pee, the brain turns off urge you feel to urinate.
Yet, when the bladder is dropped, the brain will continue sending signals to the bladder. These signals cause the sensations that urine is still in the bladder.

 

Medications for painful sex, leaky bladder, and bladder drop

Menopause results in estrogen reduction, which in turn causes painful sex, leaky bladder, and bladder drops. The hormone replacement therapy has been used to treat all these 3 conditions.
Estrogen can be administered orally as a pill or topically as a patch or cream.
 

Ingesting estrogen pills increases the risks of breast, ovary, and uterine cancers. It also increases the risk of stroke, heart attack, and pulmonary embolism. Many women receive estrogen topically.
Vaginal estrogen are used by 16% of women receiving postmenopausal estrogen replacement.
Each year in the United States, over two million women use vaginal estrogen.
Before, vaginal estrogens were thought to have only local effects. Yet, studies showed that estrogen delivered vaginally are quickly absorbed into the blood. It exerts significant systemic effects.
In some cases, vaginally absorbed estrogen can be higher than oral ingested one. It avoids the first-pass metabolism encountered by oral ingestion.
Thus, neither orally nor vaginally delivered estrogen is safe. They both have an increased risk for cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
The cost of estrogen replacement therapy is also high. The typical cost averages $325 per month. It can range between $100 and $550 per month depending on the type and dose used.
In addition to increased risk of breast, ovarian, and uterine cancers, estrogen also promotes uterine fibroids, endometriosis, gallbladder stones, pulmonary embolism (clotting disorder), stroke, and heart attack. Many women, especially breast cancer survivors, cannot use estrogen.

A recent study by scientists at Harvard University provided new evidence indicating that estrogen not only promotes but also directly causes breast cancer. This new discovery further confirms the cancer risk associated with estrogen. 

Treatments with pessary and surgery

To correct the dropped bladder, two methods are often used: pessary and surgery.

Pessary is a device placed in the vagina to hold the bladder in place. But wearing a pessary may cause problem like pain and bleeding. Some may even have difficulty urinating. 

Surgery can move the bladder back to its normal position. But its cost may be too high for many patients.

A bladder drop surgery may cost at least $9,000. Robotic-assisted abdominal surgery is more expensive at around $15,000. This can be a major expense if you do not have medical insurance, or your insurance does not cover all the expenses.

Besides to the high cost, surgery may cause trauma and side effects. The bladder drop surgery has potential complications, including incision bleeding, pain, or infection.
The bladder drop repairing surgery has a very high failure rate ranging from 25 to 60 percent. Many patients and doctors find this high failure rate unacceptable. Repairing bladder drop is one of the most challenging surgeries in medicine.

A pelvic mesh is often used in the surgery to fix the the bladder drop. When the surgery fails, the mesh has to be removed by several follow up surgical procedures. As a result, the patient will have to suffer many times of the unfortunate consequences. 

Many complications are associated with the vaginal mesh. Common complications reported by the FDA include:

  • Erosion of the mesh through the vagina
  • Pelvic pain
  • Serious infection
  • Bleeding
  • Pain during sex
  • Perforation of the organ
  • Urinary problems
Erosion of the vaginal mesh can be devastating. It may need several follow-up corrective surgical procedures to repair the damage. Also, patients may have recurrent prolapse, neuromuscular problems, or vaginal scars/narrowing. They may develop emotional problems. These complications can be painful. They also need extra surgery and hospitalization.
 
Due to high failure rates, the FDA has stopped mesh manufacturers to sell these devices.
 
Thus, a safer and more effective solution would be beneficial.
 

Heal bladder leak and dropped bladder naturally with NeuEve

NeuEve was designed for relieving vaginal dryness. It has achieved remarkable success. To date, over 100,000 women with severe vaginal dryness have found complete relief.
 
Some of these women also had bladder leak, lowered bladder, and/or chronic UTIs. Besides relieving from vaginal dryness, they also reported relief from these symptoms after using NeuEve for a while. Thus, NeuEve might help relieve bladder leak and lowered bladder.
However, individual cases are different. Success happened in some might not be generalizable to others. These products are designed to support the general wellness of women. We make no claims that these products can relieve any diseases. You are welcome to try these products and to see if you can benefit from them.
NeuEve is all-natural and hormone free. It works by topical nutritional supplement like calcium and vitamin D for bones.
 
After you use NeuEve for a few months, it may reverse vaginal dryness. The weakened vaginal wall and pelvic floor muscles may become strengthened.
 
A stronger vaginal wall may push back the lowered bladder to its original position. This will allow you empty your bladder completely without urine retention. As a result, you may regain high urine pressure to flush out bad bacteria growing in the bladder. 
 
The topically delivered nutrients are absorbed by the bladder. The weakened bladder is also strengthened, reducing the frequency of bladder leak.
 
As a result, you may achieve natural recovery from bladder leak and lowered bladder. You will achieve it without using estrogen, surgery and/or antibiotics.

 

Which product to start?

For relieving vaginal dryness, women can start with Silver suppository if under 50 or Silk suppository if you are 50-70, in combination with the NeuEve balm cream.

If you are over 70, you may start with Sensitive Silk and Sensitive balm cream. Depending on the severity, healing effect may be noticed shortly or a few months after using NeuEve. If you have a severe type of bladder leak or lowered bladder, you may need to use NeuEve products for a little longer time. It is not a quick fix.

For more effective relief, the combination of the NeuEve suppository and the balm cream is important. The suppository can strengthen the vaginal wall, and the balm cream can be absorbed by the vulva tissue around the urethra, which leads to the bladder.

To jumpstart in recovery, you can double-dose the suppositories (using two packs) for the first month. After the first month, you can switch to the maintenance mode, using one pack of the suppositories per month.

 

After 3-4 months on NeuEve Silk or Silver suppositories, you may move up a phase to the stronger NeuEve Silver or Gold formula to gain more health benefits and more rapid recovery.

After you move up to the Silver or Gold phase, you may continue using the NeuEve vulva balm cream daily. You only need to apply a tiny little bit of the cream each time, so one jar may last 3-4 months.

If you feel that your recovery is slow, you may speed up the recovery by using NeuEve suppositories and balm cream in combination with dietary supplements, dilation exercise, and Kegel exercise.

How do NeuEve balm, suppository, and dilators help relieve chronic UTIs?

When you find relief, please leave a product review and send us feedback to help@neueve.com.

Your product review and feedback will help others with bladder drop also find relief naturally and safely without using pessary, estrogen, and/or surgery.

 

Can you stop bladder leak and bladder drop from happening?

The answer is "Yes."

The most noticeable aging effect is wrinkles. After wrinkles are formed. It is not easy to smooth them. You can use Botox, but it is costly and has some toxic side effects. The best way to stop wrinkles is putting cream on the face before wrinkles showing up.

Women do not show wrinkles until they reach mid-age, like 40s. However, young girls begin to apply facial cream even before 10. Why so early? Because it is never too early to invest in beauty. 

Likewise, it is never too early to invest in your health.

After leaky bladder or bladder drop has occurred, it is harder to reverse it. It may take a lot more efforts and time to reverse it. Thus, the best method is to stop it from happening, so that bladder prolapse will not happen to you.
 
Other methods like pessary, surgery, or estrogen cannot be used for maintenance or prevention. When you are healthy, you do not need to wear a device, have a surgery, or taking a prescription drug.
 
Yet, NeuEve is not a drug but a natural product. You can use NeuEve early and often for health maintenance. It can stop leaky bladder, bladder drop, and/or recurrent UTIs. It is safe without side effects. It can start using NeuEve at a younger age well before these things happen to you. 
 
When is the best time to start supporting the bladder? 
 
Leaky urine, recurrent UTIs, and bladder drop are associated with weakened vaginal and bladder walls, bladder sphincter muscles, and pelvic floor muscles. 
 
Using NeuEve products early and often can help you build stronger walls and muscles in the pelvis to support the bladder and blocking it from dropping. You can start early before the bladder dropping occurs. 
Bladder leak can happen to anyone of any age, but most cases appear in the mid-age. If you have passed the age of 45, the best time to start supporting the bladder is NOW.
 
How to select appropriate products?
 
You can start with NeuEve Silver suppositories if under 50 or Silk suppositories if over 50. If you are over 70, read this article for choosing right products.
Adding NeuEve balm cream helps you recover sooner.
 
Using these products early and often can help you stop leaky bladder and/or bladder drop. They work by strengthening the vaginal wall, bladder, and pelvic floor muscles.
 
After these tissues become stronger, you can flush out all urine without retention. Infection will not occur. You will live through your golden years like a healthy young woman.
 
Helpful tips to speed up the recovery
 

Since aging is a major factor causing bladder drop. Reversing the dropped bladder is like to reverse aging. It can be an uphill battle because we all get older every day.

If you feel that your recovery is slow, you may speed up the recovery by using NeuEve suppositories and balm cream in combination with dietary supplements, especially vitamin D3 and K2, dilation exercise, Kegel exercise, and pelvic floor physical therapy.

About how dilation exercise may help you, this article explains: 

How do NeuEve balm, suppository, and dilators help relieve chronic UTIs?

This article provides some good information about Kegel exercise for women:

https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/womens-health/in-depth/kegel-exercises/art-20045283

If you are not familiar with Kegel exercise, it is critical to find a pelvic floor physical therapist to teach you. All medical insurances cover physical therapies. You may find one in your area by Googling "Pelvic floor physical therapist near me" or from our NeuEve customers' preferred providers' list.

To grow back the atrophied pelvic floor muscles will take time. There is no quick fix. Combination among using NeuEve (topical nutritional supplements), dietary supplements, Kegel exercise, and seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist can help you recover sooner.

If you are over 70, you may find this article helpful:

I am over 70 and have dryness, odor, painful sex, and chronic recurrent UTIs. Which product is right for me?

In addition to bladder drop, bladder leak may also be caused by deficiency of vitamin B1. Using NeuEve along with taking vitamin B1 (Thiamine or Benfotiamine), 1 tablet or capsule/day, may help speed up the recovery.

This link provides data linking vitamin B1 deficiency to leaky bladder and frequent urinations in the night.

When you find relief, please leave a product review and send us feedback to help@neueve.com.

Your product review and feedback will help others with bladder drop also find relief naturally and safely without using pessary, estrogen, and/or surgery. 

 

Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only. It is about natural products, nutrients, and/or methods for managing discomforts associated with menopause or aging (not a true infection or disease). It is not medical advice for the treatment of any diseases.

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Customer feedback on bladder drop or bladder leak relief

Midge W.
NeuEve Silver
Great! Absolutely no stinging, burning, and no pain! Along with pelvic exercises and taking silver. I am getting stronger to hold my bladder up and in place! I am 72 with a hysterectomy at 33! I recommend this product to anyone that has any issues with their lady parts! and the company keeps in touch with you! So overall I rate this company if 10 is great then I will rate it 11!
 
GC
NeuEve Silk, balm cream
When I started Silk sensitive I was also weaning off of hormone cream. Also using Balm and then added Sea Buckthorn oil. There have been no adverse side-effects with any NeuEve products. The balm is soothing. I have moved up to regular Silk and had no issues. It will take time and patience since I am 78, have vaginal atrophy and slight bladder prolapse. There has been much improvement with bladder issues because of Pelvic Health P.T. I especially appreciate the source of information and education that is available on the NeuEve blog, FB group and on the main site. The response of the team to all my questions is amazing. I have learned so much; thank-you!
 

Michelle Exley

NeuEve Silk, balm cream

IT REALLY WORKS, EVEN FOR BLADDER PROLAPSE!!!!

Excellent product! I can't say enough about this.

I was diagnosed 2.5 months ago with Bladder Prolapse. My Gynecologist recommended

Estrogen suppositories for 3 months to strengthen the area inside. He said that without that, surgery would surely fail.

Well, having had Breast Cancer 2.5 years ago, I wasn't too excited about using Estrogen.

I scouted online for a natural alternative and found NeuEve. I saw that people got quicker results doubling up on the monthly box so that's exactly what I did. 2 boxes of Silk per month + the Cream every other night.

I don't have insurance, and this was so much cheaper than Estrogen, not to mention healthier for me.

To my surprise and delight, I can honestly say that I am seeing a 50% - 60% improvement so far. I'm hoping that another 2 months on this product will cure this, and I will no longer require the surgery at all.

If you're reading this, TRY IT!!!!

 

NSEIF
NeuEve Silk, balm cream

This item also helps with pelvic muscle atrophy. I can hold my urine better when I'm using this stuff. Also you should buy the recommended vaginal cream. This is also very helpful.

Elaine Pate

NeuEve vulva balm cream

This product is unbelievable! It stopped my itching immediately and also my leaking!!

 

Terri Sides O'Regan

NeuEve vulva balm cream

Stopped my leaking too! Amazing!!!

 

Klaudya Lepp

NeuEve Silk

I'm very pleased!

I am 57 years old. I am very active. I strength train/lift weights 4 to 5 days a week and ride my own motorcycle, so this "condition" caught me by surprise.
I felt my bladder dropping and this is very disconcerting. I spoke to my doctor about it and got some info about a condition called prolapsed bladder.
Hormones and surgery were my only options, really, and neither was very attractive to me. I decided to try NeuEve Silk after doing some research about this condition. The price is fairly reasonable and all natural ingredients is a major win.
I have been using the Silk suppositories, twice a week, for 6 weeks. I believe it is helping, because the day after I use it, I'm hardly aware of my bladder at all.
By the time 3 days goes by, I start to feel it drop again. I'm hoping after 3 to 4 months, it will be back in position. I will continue to use this product, consistently, for 6 months and will leave another review. So far, I am very pleased.
Commit to 2 applications a week. Consistency is absolutely necessary.
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Customer reviews on chronic UTI relief

 

Natalie

https://www.neueve.com/blogs/blog/neueve-changed-my-life

 

Cheryl

December 23, 2022

Miracle

I had 8 UTIs in 8 months. My doctor wanted me to use estrogen cream. I did not. After researching I found NeuEve vulva balm cream which appeared to be all natural and same concept as estrogen.

I started using it. No UTIs since starting product.

I developed chronic dry, peeling skin around eyes and nothing worked. Although it isn’t an eye cream, I put this same cream around eyes and they are healed and actually appear to have reduced lines and my eyes look bright.

 

Camela S.

March 14, 2021

Perfect alternative

I have only been using this cream for a few months now. I cannot use hormone treatment because of breast cancer. Very happy with this product and being all-natural. It has helped with the vaginal atrophy and I have not had a urinary tract infection since I started using it. Has helped with the dryness also.

Faye

March 9, 2021

Finding relief

Over the past year I had been experiencing frequent urination and itching, as though I had an infection. I went to my gynecologist who advised me that I was experiencing severe vaginal dryness. I tried a few products that only helped for a few days before the problem returned. I searched the web for help and found NeuEve. The reviews were positive so I gave it a try. It'll take awhile as my case was severe, but I am finding relief and healing!

 

Sheila E

September 3, 2020

Yesterday I received my NeuEve Silk and I knew I had to try it at bedtime. I have been in menopause since I was 33 years old and I am 64 now. I had cancer and therefore was afraid to use estrogen cream vaginally which is what doctors have said for years that I need. I was afraid to use it, so I just did not listen.

Fast forward to now and I have been miserable. I have had a dull aching and it feels like when you feel like a UTI is coming on not to mention the awful dryness, so the doctor said I had no choice but to use the estrogen.

I was so miserable I started using it. Taking the instructions out and reading all the warnings freaked me out! So, I got on the internet and prayed there was something else out there to help me, there just had to be!

That is when I stumbled upon the info about NeuEve. I read everything I could find on it and felt like I had nothing to lose because the options were few and far between. I put my first suppository last night and it didn’t take long to melt, and my body absorbed it almost immediately that is just how dry I am “down there”! This is what I do not understand...how can the dull aching and the feeling of getting a UTI be gone?

One application and I feel this good? After suffering for years and sex being so painful?

I have hope now. My plans are to use all three stages of NeuEve. This is an absolute miracle and bless you Dr. Chang for creating a product like this that is going to help so many of us. Wait till I see my doctor and if things keep progressing like this, I will be stopping the estrogen cream and will stay on NeuEve for the rest of my life.

 

Allison Watson

August 20, 2020

I ordered these for my mother-in-law and this is what she has to say:

"My urologist told me to get these! I was having constant UTI's for the past few years, I'm 58 and after being diagnosed with breast cancer at 49 and then being told to have my ovaries removed too. I had everything taken out except my vagina. After that, it was much too painful for any of that kind of fun!

I do believe in miracles and maybe your product will make it possible again!!! Your product has made me feel so much better! I do not have the horrible feeling of getting a UTI anymore or any dryness and not one UTI since I started!!! Which is huge!!! So, thank you for caring enough for women's health to make such a wonderful product!!!

This is such a hard subject to discuss no one talks about it and not something I normally would but I think I need to tell you it is working so far! The price is high, but I will just have to save somewhere else!!!

It's been about 6 weeks since I started and I can feel the walls of my vagina are starting to soften which had hardened ( I've even had surgery to clip scar tissue that was like rings actually closing my vagina) I didn't even know if I could get one of your suppositories in!!! But had no problems!!!

I felt I needed to write this because it is the first thing that has worked!!! I'm not sure I would have tried this because of the price if my doctor hadn't told me to. I think if you were to give some samples to doctors so more women could try them. More women would be using them even if they tried them once they could see how they could change their lives too!!!

Please know you really are helping women like me and I just have to say Thank you again!!!"

 

Sdmsmd

June 2, 2020

I will try not to go into a lot of detail, but at 61, I was beginning to wonder whether I should once again use an estrogen-based product for vaginal atrophy.

I first tried estrogen when my GYN. recommended it after post-menopause. I used it for about a year and it did work very well, but just did not like using estrogen - I especially do not like that it comes from horse urine. That was about 6 or 7 yrs. ago.

The conversation came up again after a stubborn UTI, then an antibiotic-induced yeast infection. There seems to be some literature suggesting that atrophy and UTI's are connected. But I just do not want to use estrogen - and literature is varied on the opinions - health benefits and risks. I thought I'd give NeuEve a try as I had used another brand of vaginal suppository before - but the other brand had a medicinal smell I didn't like, and it didn't do much to change the atrophy.

This product has impressed me. I also ordered the small jar of cream to put on daily. So far, so good. I have felt much more comfortable. The product is more than I would like to pay, but I ordered my second box. I started with Silk - their recommendation but ordered Silver the second time by accident --because I think the Silk formula was doing its job. But now I will be able to compare anyway. I recommended at least trying it.

 

Paula

April 10, 2018

My urologist recommends these suppositories. I found them to be most effective. Still use in conjunction with estrogen cream, so cannot say how effective they would be on their own. For now, they meet my immediate needs in the manner that I am using them.

 

LJK

January 8, 2018

When deciding whether to purchase this product I read through almost all the reviews. Most said either the product worked or did not and no other information is given, so I want to write a review that will hopefully be helpful to others.

I was widowed at a relatively young age and had not had sex for over 12 years. I recently met someone, and we wanted to be intimate. I talked to my doctor and she gave me a prescription for hormone cream. It did not work and having sex was a disaster! It was very painful, I had spotting due to vaginal atrophy, and got a flaming UTI. I did not want to give up so I went online looking for a product that would work for me.

I found the New Eve products and saw that they were available on Amazon, so I tried them. The next time we had sex, there was NO spotting at all which I was thrilled about. The 3rd time there was no spotting, no pain, and no UTI. The product worked for me and it was worth the price. I am not going to go looking for something cheaper because there is no guarantee it will work. I have something that works and I'm happy about that.

 

Liz

September 17, 2016

NewEve Exceeds Expectations

It has been 4-1/2 months since I started using NewEve, following the regimen with the cream, Silk, and Silver. Lesson learned: The more advanced the atrophy, the more time and patience it takes to reverse the condition. In fact, at age 76, the results are nothing short of miraculous.

NewEve has delivered on its promises - and more. I may move on to the Gold formula at some point, but in the meantime, life is great. That said, I have a clear recall of the misery I suffered before finding the solution - and I did not even have BV or UTIs! Still, I want to shout about this from the rooftops.

Every woman out there deserves to know about NewEve so she can make her own choices. Yeah, it is pricey, but it's worlds ahead of the alternatives. Thank you, Dr. Chang.

 

Amazon Buyer

March 4, 2016

Helped my UTIs

I am a breast cancer survivor with chronic UTIs. I was told that they were caused by vaginal atrophy due to loss of estrogen, but I cannot use any estrogen due to the cancer diagnosis. I tried this product to see if it would help, and to my amazement, it did!

The atrophy was causing inflammation in my urinary tract, and the inflammation was attracting bacteria, generating an infection. I had one almost constantly for 3 years.

Literally the first time I used the product I could see and feel a difference. I have not had a UTI since starting this product. The rest of the benefits of no atrophy are great, but I am so grateful to have found this helpful product for my urinary tract. Hopefully, other sufferers will find the same result.

 

Rinzula

February 14, 2016

My BV causes UTI and this is the only thing that breaks the cycle for me.

 

Neurotech

July 14, 2015

I have been using the Silk formula for about five months. I had post-menopausal vaginal dryness which was contributing to repeated UTIs. The dry atmosphere promoted bacterial growth. In addition, I had extreme vulvar pain (vulvodynia) and every remedy I tried felt as though I was applying acid.

I was desperate after three rounds of antibiotics in four months and still had horrible burning pain. My doctor prescribed hormone cream but I was reluctant to use it since there is a history of breast cancer in my family.

While desperately searching online (sitting on a cold compress at the time) I came across NeuEve and ordered immediately, both the silk formula and the cream to start with. I experienced immediate relief, using the cream daily for about the first month and the suppositories twice weekly as directed. No more UTI's!

Immediate relief and freedom from the burning! I saw my GYN for the yearly checkup two weeks ago and he is very happy that the dryness has resolved. He thanked me for the information about NeuEve and said that he is pleased to have a safe alternative to the hormone cream to recommend to patients.

I am just about to try the Silver formula. I will never be without NeuEve! Dr. Chang is obviously very knowledgeable about this problem to have created such an effective treatment. I will be forever grateful that she did!

 

GW

April 14, 2015

Thank you so much and I am sure you've heard it before, but this is such an answer to prayer!!!! Thank you.

I am just turning 50 this year but very healthy, young, and live very organic and holistically. I was devastated to start having painful sex issues thinking there was nothing all-natural to help.

To find your product was a little miracle for me! Also, I think it took care of the other little issue I had with small tiny but growing white bumps on the outside of the Urethra and the Urologist said it was an Estrogen problem. THANK YOU!!


21 comments


  • Ieva

    Hello Cynthia,

    NeuEve is 100% hormone free (including estrogen free). It is also drugs or synthetic chemicals free. It is made with food-grade nutrients. Thousands of cancer survivors are using NeuEve to find relief from vaginal dryness caused by their cancer treatment side effects. You may read the following article to learn more about our productsNeuEve and its effects.

    https://www.neueve.com/blogs/blog/easy-safe-and-effective-remedy-for-vaginal-atrophy-in-cancer-survivors

    Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. , wWe’ll be happy to help you!

    Best wishes,

    NeuEve Team


  • Ieva

    Thank you so much for reaching out, Kathy Pollitt. The bladder is a hollow organ in the pelvis that stores urine. In women, the front wall of the vagina supports the bladder. This wall can weaken or loosen with age. Significant bodily stress such as childbirth can also damage this part of the vaginal wall. If it deteriorates enough, the bladder can prolapse, meaning it is no longer supported and descends into the vagina. This may trigger problems such as urinary difficulties, discomfort, and stress incontinence (urine leakage caused by sneezing, coughing, and exertion, for example). Thus, women may develop bladder prolapse even with a normal level of estrogen.

    You can use NeuEve Silver if you are under 50 or Silk if you are over 50 and balm cream to help strengthen the vaginal wall. After the vaginal wall is strengthened, the bladder will gain more support and regain its upright position.

    https://www.neueve.com/products/silver
    https://www.neueve.com/products/silk
    https://www.neueve.com/products/cream

    To reverse bladder prolapse will take time. There is no quick fix. The keys to success are patience and persistence in using NeuEve products.

    About supplements for vaginal atrophy, you may find these articles helpful:

    https://www.neueve.com/blogs/blog/what-foods-supplements-are-good-for-painful-sex-recurrent-utis

    How to choose the right calcium and vitamins D3-K2 supplements?

    Taking supplements alone may not be sufficient. The combination of using NeuEve product, gentle exercise, and dietary supplements will better help you relieve vaginal atrophy.

    I hope that you will find relief soon.

    Best wishes,

    NeuEve Team


  • Marie S

    Well, I am 69, so I figured the ‘under 70’ applied to me. I ordered the Gold and afterwards read everything on the matter. I don’t think Gold should have been my first choice but, I tolerated it well with just a smidgen of irritation the first insertion. I did my fourth treatment last night and much to my husbands surprise and my shock this afternoon, I am almost back to me. We have always been very active and I didn’t have any problems until I hit over 68. I just placed the recurring monthly order feature. If you are on the fence, jump.


  • Rosemaria Abel

    Please send me info . I am 69 and have bladder prolapse . I also take hormone replacement thru revitalife


  • Kathy Pollitt

    I would like to know if it’s too late for treatment for a stage 3 cystocele or bladder prolapse .I am 73 and have had 5 children.I am considering a colpocleisis Surgical Vaginal closing.as a last result.I have issues with incontinance and some vaginal atrophy. I am willing to try anything before making final DECESION about the surgery.can you offer any information or advice for which products for me or if they would help me in such an advanced stage.


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About the Author

Dr. Renjie Chang's medical and pharmaceutical experience:
- OB-GYN in the Peking Union Hospital in China
- a faculty member of OB-GYN at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
- drug developer at the Abbott Laboratories in Chicago
- Founder of Lavax Inc, where she developed an innovative vaginal microbicide for preventing sexually transmitted disease with grants from NIH and Gates Foundation
- Founder of NeuEve, an all-natural women's health company