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Let Pelviva do the work for you
Pelviva sends pulses to your pelvic floor, strengthening weakened muscles and giving you back control over your bladder. Let Pelviva do the work for you, targeting the correct muscles every time. 2 in 3 women over the age of 40 suffer with loss of bladder control, from minor occasional leaks to regular major leakage.1
Although this is not a life-threatening condition, it is life-changing, and affects women psychologically, emotionally, socially and sexually. Pelviva is clinically proven to improve bladder control in 84% of women in just 12 weeks.2
Pelviva offers a combined treatment for all types of bladder leakage – stress, urgency and mixed.
It works! Pelviva treats the cause, helping you to train your pelvic floor muscles correctly and giving you the confidence to live your life without fear of embarrassing leaks.
The soft foam makes Pelviva easy to compress and position inside your vagina. It adapts to each individual size and shape for a comfortable fit.3
Easy to use
Pelviva automatically adjusts the level of intensity upwards or downwards, adapting to your body to reach and maintain a therapeutic target level.3
We believe in the power of reflecting real lives and the importance of gathering real feedback. Many of the women featured on our website have done the treatment and given honest testimonials – so you don’t just have to take our word for it!
“…like before having children…”
“It’s made my pelvic floor work like how it used to work before children”
“…finally found the answer…”
“I knew after my first Pelviva treatment that I had finally found the answer to my two-decade-long problem. After one month’s use I have more control, more confidence and I can’t wait for the ultimate freedom I know it is going to give me.”
Women using Pelviva reported a four times greater reduction in the impact that bladder leaks had on their lives when compared to women doing their own Pelvic Floor exercises.1
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1. Femeda data on file. Survey of 2000 women over 40. August 2019
2. Oldham J, Herbert J, McBride K. Evaluation of a new disposable ‘tampon-like’ electrostimulation technology (Pelviva®) for the treatment of urinary incontinence in women: a 12-week single blind randomized controlled trial. Neurourology Urodynamics 2013; 32(5):460-466. doi 10.1002/nau.22326.
3. Femeda data on file 2014
4. BØ K., Larsen S., Oseid S. et al. (1988) Knowledge about and ability to correct pelvic floor muscle exercises in women with stress urinary incontinence. Neurourology and Urodynamics. 69, 261-262.
5. Bump R.C., Hunt W.G., Fantl J.A., Wyman J.F. (1991). Assessment of Kegel pelvic muscle exercise performance after brief verbal instruction. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 165, 322-329.