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The Pelvix Concept pelvic floor exerciser is a new and revolutionary way to wave goodbye to laughter leaks, incontinence and a weak pelvic floor.
The unique shape of the Pelvix Concept pelvic floor exerciser is designed to precisely target the correct pelvic muscles, and the ridged design makes it easy to keep in place while you go about your daily activities.
The secret of the Pelvix Concept is in its weighted balls – simply unscrew the smooth medical-grade silicone body and insert the weighted balls. The pack includes 3 sizes and weights of ball so as your pelvic floor gets stronger, you can add heavier balls to make your pelvic muscles work harder.
Unlike competitors, the Pelvix Concept is ergonomically designed to aid insertion, and has a smooth and strong built in removal band, so you can use your Pelvix Concept knowing that the string won’t break when it comes to removing it.
If you have very weak pelvic muscles, simply holding the Pelvix Concept in place while you go about your daily activities will make your pelvic floor muscles work enough to start you on the road to a strong and healthy pelvic floor. As your muscles get stronger, you can carry out your ‘squeeze and lift’ Kegel exercises with the Pelvix Concept in place. The added weight of the Pelvix Concept pelvic floor exerciser will add resistance to your pelvic floor exercises, and help your muscles to get stronger and healthier when used in conjunction with regular pelvic floor exercises.
The Pelvix Concept comes with complete and detailed instructions on how to use, including how to progress through different levels of exercise as your muscles get stronger.
- Step 1: Pelvix without weighted ball – 17g
- Step 2: Pelvix + 15mm (smallest) ball – 26.2g
- Step 3: Pelvix + 18mm (middle) ball – 34.4g
- Step 4: Pelvix + 22mm (largest) ball – 51.5g
- Step 5: Pelvix + 15mm (smallest) + 22mm (largest) ball – 60.7g
To use, simply unscrew the Pelvix Concept body and insert the weighted balls. Start with the smallest, lightest ball, and work your way up to the heaviest ball as your pelvic floor gets stronger. When you find that Kegel exercises are easy even with the heaviest ball, you can add two balls to the Pelvix Concept body for extra weight, extra resistance and an extra challenge.
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|SKU / Product Code||92522|
|Recommended For||Improving pelvic floor muscle strength|
|Included Contents||Pelvix Concept, 3 Weighted Balls, Storage Box, Satin Pouch, Instruction Guide|
|Length||6.5cm (2.6 inches)|
|Does Not Include||Latex|
|Washing Instructions||Clean with HiGenie Cleaner or with warm soapy water|
|Width||3.4cm (1.3 inches) at widest point|
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- Awaiting results Review by Tolly
As for the product, I have no problem with it. Not sure of the results as its only been a week or so. (Posted on 4 April 2014)
- Good Idea Review by DolB
- Great little gadget Review by Me!
- Think it's great Review by Alanna
You can read more about a tilted womb, or retroverted uterus here: http://www.kegel8.co.uk/glossary/term/retroverted-uterus/
You will not have a problem doing your pelvic floor exercise,and should continue with them to maintain pelvic floor strength.
If you do have pelvic pain, you will find that pelvic floor exercises can help tot relax the muscles in spasm.
You can use the Pelvix Concept pelvic floor exerciser, however the kegel8 cones work in a similar way, but they have a wand which means that you can actually see when you are moving the muscles correctly - the wand moves downwards. Also with the Kegel8 cones you are then not tempted to insert them higher into the vaginal canal, which is actually past the muscle bed and will have no benefit.(With cones like the Pelvix and Aquaflex, women sometimes wear them like tampons, but this has little benefit!)
I hope this has been of help