All things Incontinence and Pelvic floor

How do pelvic floor exercisers work? Includes clinical results.

Electrical Muscle Stimulators play a vital role in educating women and men about their pelvic floor and what sensations they should feel when doing pelvic floor exercises. Electrical Pelvic Floor Exercisers (PFE) offer a non-invasive method of producing contractions of muscles via a gentle stimulation to the pelvic floor.

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What exactly is incontinence?

Incontinence is a common condition that ranges in severity from ‘a small or occasional leak’, to complete loss of bladder or bowel control. It can occur at any age but is more likely to develop as you get older. 

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Bladder problems and menopause/menstruating

Bladder problems and menopause/menstruating

Unsure whether or not to continue using your pelvic floor exerciser when it's "that time of the month"?

Absolutely! During menstruation you can (and should) stick to you regular course of treatment. Bladder leaks don't take a break just because you start menstruating. You actually may find that you leak more during your period due to pressure from the bloating.

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How to Avoid Pelvic floor Weakness

Causes of pelvic floor weakness:

There could be several reasons for pelvic floor weakness. The main causes include: Menopause, pregnancy and childbirth, chronic constipation, chronic cough, overweight and obesity, heavy lifting, prolonged poor posture, high impact exercises, tight clothing, genetic makeup, and natural aging.

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Popular Pelvic Floor Myths Debunked

Do you think you can train your pelvic floor by cutting the flow of urine each time you go to toilet?

Do you think that it is too late to care about your pelvic floor as you have already given birth and the damage is done?

Or you are a man who thinks pelvic floor exercisers don't apply to you?

Here we discuss the biggest myths about the pelvic floor and reveal the truth between fact and fiction.

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