What if I can’t do my pelvic floor exercises or kegels?
Research has shown that 30% of women who experience incontinence are unable to voluntarily contract the pelvic floor muscle and require additional assistance to aid their pelvic floor training.
A continence stimulator or pelvic floor exerciser can help. It provides gentle electrical stimulation to the weakened pelvic floor muscle using clinically recognised programmes.
It exercises the muscle for you, using a discrete and comfortable tampon shaped probe, developing the pelvic floor muscle strength and subsequent control.
If used for 20 minutes a day over a period of a few weeks, it can increase muscle strength and subsequent control.