TIME TO TALK ABOUT OUR WORST KEPT SECRET
An award-winning pelvic floor muscle re-trainer
Did you know that 1 in 3 women suffer incontinence? If you’ve been keeping a secret, please know that you’re not alone. Laughing, sneezing, running, jumping or coughing can cause us mums to leak. If you’ve had a difficult birth requiring episiotomy or you’ve suffered a serious tear, your discomfort can have a detrimental effect on your wellbeing, not to mention your sex life. Even if you’re lucky enough not to suffer the embarrassment of leaks, the urgency to use the loo can cause quite a panic and disrupt a good night’s rest.
Medical evidence suggests 50% of women cannot do their Pelvic Floor exercises correctly with many managing their symptoms with incontinence pads or panty liners. Pelviva is the first product of its kind, clinically proven to treat bladder leaks and re-train your pelvic floor. The medical intra-vaginal device is discreet, easy-to-use, disposable and comfortable. The award-winning Reactive Pulse Technology -RPT™ treats the cause of bladder leakage; toning and strengthening your pelvic floor muscles to improve bladder control.
The device is designed to be used every other day for 12 weeks, each 30-minute treatment uses the Pelviva innovative muscle stimulation programme, delivering up to 25% greater penetration of the deep pelvic muscles.
After 12 weeks of regularly using Pelviva, 84% of women reported improved bladder control.
“As there are so many women struggling to find and exercise their pelvic floor muscles, Pelviva has taken the principles of an NHS treatment to help women retrain their pelvic floor muscles and, using the latest technology, developed it into a safe and effective product that is discreet and easy to use at home. It helps women understand where their pelvic floor muscles are and what a correct pelvic floor muscle contraction feels like.” Julia Clinical Director at Pelviva.
To receive a 25% discount off your first purchase please go to www.pelviva.com and at the checkout enter code PR2519.
Contact: customer helpline 0800 681 6008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org