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- EDUCATOR pelvic floor muscle training device - 1 item
- Indicator - 1 pc.
- Extension of the indicator - 2 pcs.
The EDUCATOR is an easy-to-use device that visualizes pelvic floor muscle contractions (biofeedback) using an indicator (wand) on the outside. The EDUCATOR tracks the movement of the inner vaginal walls indicating how the pelvic floor muscles contract. As you tighten your muscles, the gauge will follow the inner walls of your vagina so you know if you are tightening the right muscle groups and whether they are strong enough.
With the EDUCATOR you will quickly and easily strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and reduce the symptoms of stress urinary incontinence. Most importantly, you can do the training at home. Daily training does not take more than 10 minutes!
- easy to use
- comfortable training
- informs about correctly performed pelvic floor exercises
- strengthens the pelvic floor muscles
- allows you to monitor your progress
- easy to clean
- Before use, the instrument should be washed in warm soapy water and dried with a clean cloth.
- If necessary, apply a thin layer of gel before insertion.
- Sit comfortably on the edge of a chair, or lie on the bed with your torso resting on pillows and your knees raised and apart. Alternatively, get up and insert the tool as you would when inserting a tampon.
- The device should only be inserted into the vagina up to the level of the collar.
- The indicator should always be on the outside of the vagina and should face upwards.
- Tighten your pelvic floor muscles and lift your muscles by holding them for as long as you can. If you are contracting properly, the pointer should move downward. In this case, you can use the instrument to strengthen the pelvic floor even more.
- If you shrink them incorrectly, the pointer will move up. Relax your pelvic floor. Try again. If the pointer still does not go down, you may be trying to contract the wrong muscles. One way to identify a pelvic floor is to try to stop urinating in the middle of the stream by lifting and squeezing the muscles to stop the flow. Another way is to place your fingertip in the area of skin between your vagina and anus. When the muscle contracts properly, it will lift and move away from the finger.
- “FAST” exercise will help your muscles cope with sudden increases in abdominal pressure (coughing / sneezing / jogging, etc.). Tighten your muscles as hard and fast as possible, then relax, repeat as soon as possible (one per second). Do a maximum of 10 repetitions. Rest for two to three minutes and repeat.
- "SLOW" exercise will help to increase the strength and duration of contractions. Some women are able to perform a contraction, but cannot hold it for more than a few seconds. The indicator will show you how long you actually keep contracting. As soon as the indicator starts to rise, it means that the muscle is getting tired and "letting go". Try to measure how long the indicator is kept in the correct position during the contraction. Try to increase the amount of time you can hold each contraction. Target 10 contractions that last for 10 seconds.
- Don't worry when you get tired quickly and can't contract as quickly or hold it for as long as you did at first. With the time of systematic training, the contractions will be stronger and longer.
- do not use if you experience any discomfort or irritation
ATTENTION! For hygiene reasons, any return of the product under the 14-day right of return will not be considered if the device is unpacked and the seal is removed from the packaging.