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- Pelvic Wand
- protective bag
- access to the online support group and email contact with dr. Amanda Olson, specialist in the treatment of pelvic floor muscle disorders
- user manual
Pelvic Wand was created by a specialist in the field of pelvic dysfunction. The device is used to alleviate various types of pelvic pain. The unique shape of the massager allows you to reach both the superficial and the deepest and most difficult to access pubo-rectal muscles. Pelvic Wand can be used vaginally and rectally. The curved, pointed end is helpful in massaging the trigger points closer to the entrance to the vagina or rectum. The longer, rounded end is dedicated to deep, tender points in the rectum or vagina.
Pelvic Wand is ideal for getting quick results and allows you to perform self-massage at home.
- extremely smooth surface
- BPA-free medical silicone
- designed by a doctor
- the possibility of using vaginally and rectally
- self-massage at home
HOW TO USE:
Wash the massager with warm soapy water. Choose a quiet and comfortable place in your home, such as a bed.
Decide which end you will use.
Apply an appropriate amount of water-based lubricant to the first 3-5 cm of the tip and also to the vaginal opening. The use of a water-based lubricant is important to keep the silicone in good condition.
Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet raised. Some people prefer to lie on their side instead. In this case, be sure to bend your knees and place a pillow between your knees.
Begin the session by inhaling and relaxing your abdomen, then exhaling, letting your abdomen slowly lower. Slow exhalation helps your pelvic floor muscles to relax naturally. Repeat the deep breathing pattern and continue to do so evenly and deliberately. Gently put your wand over the vaginal opening and carefully insert it as you exhale.
Gently brush the end of the wand until you come across a soft spot. When you find the mentioned point, gently press the end of the wand on that point with the same force you would use to check the ripeness of e.g. a tomato. Don't press too hard.
Maintain gentle pressure on the tender point and slowly move your bent knee left and right until you find a position that stops the pelvic floor pain. After finding this position, stay there for 1 to 2 minutes to allow the trigger point to completely free itself. Continue a deep breath.
Repeat this process 1 or 2 times a day as needed.
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.