Ever hear of prolapse? How about rectocele or cystocele? These terms may sound confusing, but they all designate the same thing: the descent of the pelvic organs.
Discover some solutions for avoiding surgery.
Emy, the Kegel trainer for treating prolapse
A toned pelvic floor to reduce prolapse
Prolapse occurs when one or more organs (bladder, vagina, uterus, or rectum) descend from the pelvis towards the vaginal opening. One in three women suffer from it during menopause. Other risk factors include childbirth, chronic constipation, and intense physical activity. Studies show that pelvic floor training strengthens the pelvic muscles, thereby providing better support for the genital organs and reducing prolapse.
Strengthen your pelvic floor to reduce prolapse
The Emy medical device is a Kegel trainer connected to an entertaining mobile app that lets you have fun while strengthening your pelvic floor at home. During your exercises, biofeedback technology provides you with real-time feedback on your contractions.
This innovative and easy-to-use solution was designed in collaboration with health care professionals and is suitable for women of all ages.
You’ll see results in just 3 weeks!
Prolapse is often treated by way of surgery or the use of gauze or a pessary (mechanical device inserted into the vagina). However, pelvic floor training is the first line of defense recommended by health care professionals and therefore the standard for treating prolapse. The exercises are done directly with the therapist but it is important to continue to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles at home and between the sessions with the professional.
Eve, 62 years old.
Mom of three and user of Emy.
Maryse, 59 years old.
Suffering from a cystocele and user of Emy.
suffered from an pelvic organ prolapse.
Ghislaine, 53 years old.
Suffered from a descent of organs.