Terms of use

The Tät® app is intended for treatment of stress urinary incontinence in women. To facilitate effective self-management, the app provides information for educational purposes as well as a pelvic floor muscle training programme with user feedback.

Stress urinary incontinence means leakage of urine triggered by coughing, jumping, sneezing or physical activity. The app contains information about the pelvic floor, about stress urinary incontinence and about factors that affect incontinence. It also contains sections about pelvic floor muscle training during pregnancy and after childbirth, as well as prolapse problems.

The Tät® app is not intended for diagnosis of disease or other conditions, and is not intended for treatment of conditions other than stress urinary incontinence. Users must use the Tät® app to the best of their ability and judgment. Users confirm that eContinence AB has no responsibility for damage or loss, for any reason including damage and loss caused by errors, loss of data, errors or omissions in any information, advice, instructions or content provided by eContinence AB to users, if users use the Tät® app for any other purpose. eContinence AB reserves the right to change these terms of use at its own discretion. Changes are then published on www.econtinence.app and include the use of the Tät® app from the date on which conditions are published or on the date stated in the terms.