Friday, 28 January 2011

Restoring Confidence in New Mums Free on The NHS!

This isn’t one of the easiest subjects to talk about but as we know ladies childbirth can be tough on our bodies. It can leave us with embarrassing problems.

 One of these problems is that of female (or stress) incontinence, which can leave many women experiencing “embarrassing leaks”. A staggering third of new mums and half of all women reaching menopause will suffer from the embarrassment of stress incontinence. Worse still, the majority will fail to seek clinical help and will put up with the symptoms for an average of 4 years before consulting a health professional.

Luckily, there is a new NHS approved device to help women strengthen their pelvic floor muscles, quickly and easily, in the privacy of their own home. The PelvicToner helps women identify and isolate the pelvic floor muscles and then exercise them more effectively by squeezing against a mild resistance. It has been proven to be far more effective than electro-stimulation devices. From those who took part in an exercise programme using the PelvicToner vaginal exerciser, 87% of users said that they had become more aware of their pelvic floor within just 2 weeks and 80% reported an improvement in their sex lives after just 4 weeks

The Pelvic Toner has been approved by the NHS and from 1st January 2011 you are now able to get it on prescription from your GP (free if you have a validMATB1 form). For more information visit


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