vSculpt for pelvic floor toning

We take a lot of things for granted when we are younger. When I was in my twenties I had no idea that one day my pelvic floor would let me down. Three children later and I am more aware these days and really regret not taking those pelvic floor exercises seriously after giving birth. I genuinely thought it was completely unnecessary despite what the midwives had to say on the matter. Suffice to say that when vSculpt, a revolutionary home-use pelvic floor toning and vaginal rejuvenation device was offered to me for a trial, I jumped at the chance.

VSculpt

vSculpt aims help the 1 in 3 women who suffer from urinary incontinence and yes sadly I am included in those statistics. I knew it all when I gave birth except I didn’t and have lived with the horror of incontinence for years. It is not nice. It can be embarrassing and it is one thing I would love not to have to worry about.

Let’s talk about these things!

Stress incontinence is something we don’t talk about enough. If we were taught about such  matters in school, perhaps less of us would suffer from this embarrassing condition. I salute the recent moves by some celebrities to raise awareness. Let’s get real about the issues us women face.

Vsculpt product information

vSculpt is a revolutionary new device which is designed to address the life-changing pelvic floor concerns experienced by millions of women in the UK. This world first is a home-use medical device which uses a unique combination of light energy from red and infrared light-emitting diodes (LEDs), thermal heat, and therapeutic vibration which helps rebuild collagen to improve vaginal tissue laxity, strengthen pelvic floor muscles, and restore the overall health of the pelvic floor.

The vSculpt device was designed in partnership with Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and included input from over 2,300 women who shared insights into their own intimate health problems.  After more than three years of development, extensive testing and clinical studies vSculpt was launched in spring 2017 in the UK.

The device is used intravaginally and women gain control and confidence as they improve the health of their pelvic floor using vSculpt for just 10 minutes every other day over the course of six to eight weeks, in the comfort of their own home.

Sadly due to an  infection, my trial had to be put on hold but I am starting now and looking forward to reporting back on my results in due course.

 

 

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