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Myself Pelvic Muscle Trainer

Pelvic floor muscle training helps reduce urinary incontinence in women.

Stress incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine with a physical activity such as coughing or sneezing and can happen if the pelvic floor muscles are weak. Urge leakage occurs with a strong need to urinate, but the person cannot make it to the toilet in time and is caused by an involuntary contraction of the bladder muscle. A combination of stress and urge leakage is called mixed incontinence. The review of trials found that pelvic floor muscle training (muscle-clenching exercises) helps women with all types of incontinence although women with stress incontinence who exercise for three months or more benefit most.

Myself, Pelvic Muscle Trainer, guides women through a five minute exercise program that strengthens and tones the pelvic floor muscles.

Myself is easy to use; just turn on the trainer and follow the cues on the screen. Each time “pump” is displayed, press the pump button once to fill the vaginal sensor with air. The sensor will form fit to each individual woman, allowing the trainer to measure the sensor's resistance to each pelvic muscle contraction. women

When “flex” is displayed, contract your pelvic muscles. The trainer immediately displays visual feedback on the strength and duration of each contraction. During the “relax” periods, the trainer will alert you if you are not fully relaxing your muscles.

The first four minutes of the exercise session guides you through 10 second contractions, building endurance; the final one minute guides you through quick, one second contractions, building strength. This exercise program is specifically designed to work both the long and short muscle fibers ensuring ideal muscle tone and strength.

1 Trainer
1 Vaginal Sensor (non-latex)
(replace every 4 weeks)
1 Replacement Sensor
1 Travel Bag
Instructions trainer

Myself has three strength levels that automatically adjust to each individual’s pelvic muscle strength. Beginning on strength level one, the trainer will automatically adjust to the next level if, on average, seven bands are lit up on the screen for four consecutive sessions. The trainer will automatically adjust to a lower level if, on average, less than two bands are lit for two consecutive sessions.

Myself increases vaginal tone and is clinically-proven to
treat stress, urge and/or mixed incontinence in women of all ages.
(Smith et all JWOCN, 2000)

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