PFX3 Pelvic Floor Exerciser Vaginal Sensor
- Rejuvenates weak pelvic floor muscles
- Biofeedback to show muscle strength
- Displays progress & level of performance
- Simple to use at home or with your physiotherapist
- Pay just £74.99 when you reclaim your VAT!
The PFX3 has been replaced by the manufacturer by the PFX2.
Do you want better sex? Do you want to reduce laughter leaks and trips to the loo? Take control and supercharge your sex life with the PFX-3.
The brand new PFX-3 pelvic floor exerciser with vaginal sensor is designed to tighten, strengthen and rejuvenate your pelvic floor muscles back to top notch.
'Why', you ask? In a nutshell, your pelvic floor muscles are the epicentre of your orgasm; the hammock-shaped muscle that supports the vagina holds millions of nerve endings that provide you with spine-tingling sensations during sex. By increasing the quality and strength of your pelvic floor will undoubtedly increase the number of nerve endings, meaning more sensation and better sex for you.
Plus, your pelvic floor controls bladder function and when your muscles are weak you become prone to urine leaks when you laugh, cough or sneeze and you may find yourself running to the bathroom more often. Free yourself from pads and tear yourself away from the loo by toning up your pelvic floor with the help of the PFX-3.
Simply insert the vaginal sensor, set the adjuster to zero and each time you squeeze and lift your pelvic floor muscles the dial will move upwards. As you relax it will move back to zero. It's such a simple but effective way of gauging the strength of your muscles; as you continue to exercise your muscles will become stronger and over time you will be able to get the reading higher and higher.
PFX is featured by physiotherapist and incontinence specialist Dr Pauline Chiarelli in her book Women's Waterworks: Curing Incontinence because it is easy enough to use at home on a daily basis. Of course doing your daily kegel exercises will help to strengthen your muscles, but when you use the PFX-3 you can use the biofeedback feature; seeing your score increasing not only provides fantastic encouragement, but studies have shown biofeedback actually increases the success rate of pelvic floor exercises by 50%!