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Milex Inflatoball Pessary


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  1. Milex Inflatoball Pessary
  2. Latex pessary for pelvic organ prolapse
  3. Available in four sizes from Small to X Large
  4. Helps with cystocele, rectocele and procidentia
  5. Inserts then inflates when in place

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Milex Inflatoball Pessary is a specialist latex pessary for more severe pelvic organ prolapse

Milex Inflatoball Pessary for Prolapse, Incontinence, Rectocele, Cystocele and POP

The Milex Inflatoball Pessary is designed to provide relief for women suffering from 3rd and 4th degree pelvic organ prolapse. The Inflatoball is inserted, and then inflated when in place to give support to the prolapsed organs. The Milex Inflatoball is particularly useful in cases of cystocele, rectocele and/or procidentia.

Pessaries are recommended as a first-line treatment for pelvic organ prolapse, along with pelvic floor exercises. A pessary cannot cure a prolapse, however it can prevent it from getting worse and can provide relief from the every day symptoms of prolapse, such as the heavy, dragging feeling in the pelvic region.

The Inflatoball Pessary is made with 100% latex and comes complete with the pump for inflation once the pessary is in place. The Inflatoball Pessary should be removed daily for cleaning.

Please note: initial pessary fitting and sizing should be carried out by a trained healthcare professional.

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SKU / Product Code 92323
Brand Milex
Material Latex
Weight (kg) 0.0000
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Wish I'd known about this earlier. Review by Vivienne
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I've used this twice so far and must say it's been a God send as I can walk/jog/do gardening, where as before I would only be able to walk a few paces before having to sit down to relieve the uncomfortable stress. I have given 4 stars as when having a bowel movement it popped out, but on another occasion I found it hard to remove. I am on the list for surgery but am having second thoughts as (apart from the 2 minor problems) the pessary works so well. (Posted on 1 August 2016)
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Such a relief Review by Flo
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This Milex Inflatoball Pessary has changed my life, I can now go for long walks, garden and feel comfortable. I had a full hysterectomy sixteen years ago and have developed full prolapse. I do not want another operation and this seems to be the answer. No more back ache and feeling depressed. I would recommend this. One little problem, the tail piece, but small price to pay. Do practice with the device before using. (Posted on 20 May 2016)
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stayed put when other pessaries wouldnt Review by carol
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I have tried lots of different pessaries and found that they would not stay in position,the inflatoball is easy to insert gives comfortable support and enables me to carry on with normal activities while waiting for my surgery,I would reccomend it (Posted on 13 April 2014)
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I wanted to avoid surgery and this really helps me - why do more women not use them? Review by SP1952
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I was fitted with an inflatoball vaginal pessary two years ago and it is very comfortable, so I have come here to get another one. I replace mine every 6 months, my choice to replace - I don't think this is essential, I prefer it this way. For me it stays in place better than a ring pessary (which I found moved and pressed against my bowel which made having a bowel movement difficult.) I clean it every few days and it is easy to remove and re-insert, can't see why more women don't go for this option rather than the drastic step of surgery, as an ex nurse I wanted to avoid any surgical procedures unless life-threatening! I suspect many women are not told about using a pessary and how easy they are? I had a uterus prolapse when I was 38 and nursing obviously contributed top this (the lifting and straining), I suspect too that if I had been fitted with a pessary earlier, when the prolapse first became evident (grade 1), then it might not have got worse over the years (Grade 3). Glad to have found it now it means I can get on with her life (I'm a member of the Ramblers Association and like to walk and ramble.)

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Product Questions

Not sure which size to order. I was using a 90mm ring pessary for at least eight years, fitting it myself. But now seem to have difficulty fitting it. My GP isn't helpful. Would rather buy one suitable for me.
If you could help would be most grateful.

I am struggling with a cube pessary and not having much success. I would like to try the inflatoball but I m not sure of the size. The cube I am using is 4 cms
square. Can you advise please.

I had hysterectomy & anterior repair 2014. now have anterior and posterior prolapse. I think 2-3. I have tried, ring, shelf and now have a gelhorn pessary. but it is not comfortable. ( despite trying 2 different sizes) I wonder if an inflatoball would work, my consultant thinks it wont work as I had a hysterectomy.
what do you think?
I bought an inflataball from you, found it really good at supporting prolapse. I could insert easily as could deflate properly. Removal was bad, not what I expected. I released the air easily on opening the valve but could not deflate it with the pump when i tried to withdraw air to make as small as possible. Is this a fault? Isit normal to have such difficulty removing, I chose this because of ease of insertion and removal. I would love to use this and would buy another if it didnt have this problem, removal was awful, please help, thank you Carol
hi I had hysterectomy and anterior repair Oct 14. for large fibroids and cystocele. Now have cystocele returned (worse than before) and retrocele. Gynae has tried ring pessary but that fell out during bowel movement. she has now fitted shelf pessary but even the small size one that she fitted feels uncomfortable. would you suggest any other type of pessary? thanks Ruth. aged 56
Have just visited pessary clinic at hospital regarding what size I should get for this, as I believe that this is the only type of pessary that will successfully work for me, but the nurse wouldn‘t even talk about it. It seems that my NHS authority only supplies two types of pessary, and will not discuss anything else. The only types offered were the ring and the Gellhorn. Extremely annoyed with them, and it seems they do not fully support what is probably best for the patient or their needs. It was simply a case of this is what we have - take it or take nothing. All I wanted was something that I could control, and not have to resort to going to A & E when one they‘ve fitted drops and gets stuck. As I do wish to purchase the inflatible pessary, I‘d appreciate knowing what the different sizes are based on.
I am eighty eight years old and don't want an operation, the ordinary pessary will not support abd it is very uncomfortable as it drops outside, will the infalatable pessary give more support.
Could I manage the inflatoball pessary myself . Ring pessaries no use for me and gelhorn has caused awful smell and discharge.
Just been diagnosed with prolapsed womb,I have a ring pessary 74mm, I really don't like it as it gives me cramp, presses on my bowel and I find it hurts when sitting for long periods, I have said to my gynae but told if the ring doesn't work then an operation is needed. (very harsh) I would like to try the inflatoball but can't get it on the national health. Could you give me the size I would need bearing in mind the ball does inflate, I could never put a 70mm ball in. I also mentioned to the gynae that I use a Kegel8 machine, she never heard of it, I feel that up in Scotland we're living in the dark ages!
What size of inflater ball is equivalent to a ring pessaries of 73mls