Be free to live an active life. One in four women experiences a degree of incontinence after giving birth, and anyone can suffer from the condition at any time of their lives. Despite this prevalence, it can be debilitating, embarrassing, unpleasant and seldom discussed, and very few sufferers seek any sort of treatment or help. However, this common condition can be easily treated.
Physiotherapists and doctors recommend pelvic floor exercises to help improve levels of continence, but often these are not enough on their own, and it is very difficult to know exactly which muscles need to be exercised--in some cases the muscles may be so weak that they are unable to perform simple movements in the first place. Some women are unable to voluntarily exercise the pelvic floor muscle themselves and require assistance. This is when the itouch sure is required, playing a vital role in locating and exercising the muscle for you. The itouch Sure is the ideal way to build up strength in the pelvic floor, and results can be seen in as little as a few weeks.
The itouch Sure unit uses gentle electrotherapy to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles into regaining their strength and flexibility. Using a vaginal probe, it delivers electrical impulses which target the correct location. The pulses are not painful, but produce a mild tingling sensation. Best of all, itouch Sure does not have any side-effects, requires no drugs, and can reduce or even eliminate the need for surgery.
In particularly severe cases, electrotherapy may be the only way to initiate the recovery of your pelvic floor. itouch Sure is suitable for women suffering from any of the three types of incontinence: stress, urge and mixed.
Using itouch Sure will not only improve continence levels, therefore raising your confidence and general comfort, but will also help to enhance your sexual health. A strong pelvic floor will allow you to do all of the activities unhindered and without worry which, in the past, you may have taken for granted; jumping, laughing, carrying children, sneezing, running, sex, and countless more.
The itouch Sure should be used for 20 minutes each day, ideally during any seated activity, for a two-month period. After this time, considerable improvement should be apparent, although many women choose to continue using the machine after this time. Designed with ease-of-use in mind the device features 4 clinically proven programmes to exercise the muscle according to the type of bladder weakness you experience; stress, urge, mixed or tone. The kit comes with full instructions as well as a helpline for further information (call 01372 723 434). The unit is guaranteed for two years (this does not cover consumables such as batteries and electrodes).
Getting your life back on track is easy, simple, discreet and pain-free. Why wait any longer?
Important: Hold button for a few seconds to switch on. Be aware the unit switches off when not in use.
Do NOT use the “itouch Sure” under the following circumstances:
- If you have a heart pacemaker or a heart rhythm problem
- If any discomfort occurs when inserting the probe, consult your physician or Continence Advisor before use
- If you have been diagnosed or treated for cervical cancer
- If you have, or have had, epilepsy
- If you are using a copper coil
- If you are pregnant
The itouch Sure is not suitable for use during pregnancy. After the birth of your baby we recommend you begin to use the itouch Sure only when you feel you are ready and not before your six-week postpartum check up.
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