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Pinch or squeeze exercises are the best forms of pelvic floor training, but if your muscles are weak it can be difficult to train them properly. This is where the pelvic floor trainer iTouch Sure can help. It sends gentle elctrical stimulation through the vaginal probe. The electrical impulses from the probe stimulates the muscles by alternating between the pulling and relaxing as one would during ordinary exercises
The pelvic floor trainer helps you regain your own muscle control. It prevents incontinence, leaks, frequent urination and increases your sexual lust.
It is recommended to use the pelvic floor trainer 20 minutes a day. It is completely safe to use, and you can't do anything wrong with it. Within 3-5 months you will notice a marked improvement.
The probe is manufactured from polystyrene, rustfree steel and is latex free. Release it from the remote control and clean the remote control with soap and warm water.
The pelvic floor trainer is simple to use, but before use you should read the the user guide thoroughly.
How to use the trainer:
- Remove the pelvic floor trainer from the packaging and insert the supplied batteries.
- Connect the wiring that connects the remote control to the probe.
- Insert the probe into your vagina.
- Turn on the pelvic floor trainer and select the program and slowly increase the strength, but not to the point that it feels uncomfortable.
- Once the program has ended the apparatus automatically turns off, and you can remove the probe.
You may not use the pelvic floor trainer if you are pregnant, use a pacemaker, up to 12 weeks after an operation or been diagnosed with uterus cancer.
The user guide is only available in Danish, but the video guides on the product page are in English.
MATERIAL: Polystyrene and rustfree steel.
LATEX FREE: Yes.
LENGTH: 11 cm, of which 7 cm is insertable.
DIAMETER: 3 cm.
WATERPROOF: No. The probe can be wiped down with a damp cloth.
USE: 20 minutes a day.
USER GUIDE: Danish.
MAY NOT USE WHEN: Pregnant, using a pacemaker, has epilepsy, up to 12 weeks after an operation or has been diagnosed with uterus cancer.