Vaginal Splinting Devices
Vaginal splinting involves inserting a clean finger into the vagina to push on the back wall of the vagina and rectum, or the perineum. The push helps evacuate stool during a bowel movement without straining. It's estimated that up to 30% of women use this technique to occasionally help with bowel movements. Other techniques to help with constipation are Go Better Toilet Stools, Squatty Potty Squat Stools – these help to raise the knees, getting the bowel in correct alignment for a full and easier evacuation. Squatty Potty claims 97% less wiping and easier elimination. Easier bowel movements and constipation relief with our vaginal splinting device or squat stools is vital for those suffering rectal or bladder prolapse, where it is vital you do not put undue pressure and strain on the pelvic floor.