Blogs

We know it’s can be hard to find information on bladder leakage, pelvic floor exercises and female incontinence. We hope our different blog posts sharing facts, tips and relevant information on women’s issues will be useful. We’re adding to them all the time so do keep checking back and let us know if there’s a topic you’d like us to cover by emailing jane@pelviva.com.
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Pelvic Floor Trainers, Incontinence Products and the Environment

Our product, Pelviva®, is a single use, disposable, vaginally inserted medical device with proven clinical efficacy to reduce bladder leakage.

Meg Matthew’s view on bladder leakage and Pelviva

Read about Meg Matthew’s view on bladder leakage and Pelviva in this article from March’s Red Online.

Meet Dr Shahzadi Harper

I hope women can relate to me or some aspect of my life – not only because I’m in my 40’s – but because I’ve been on a journey too with troubled relationships, losing my father, starting and juggling my own business and being a single parent.

5 ways you can help your pelvic floor through diet

We got chatting to Emma Bardwell who is a nutritional therapist and Women’s Health Specialist. We believe in a holistic approach to caring for your pelvic floor and asked her if diet can help?

How can I strengthen my pelvic floor muscles?

Many things can weaken the pelvic floor muscles such as pregnancy and childbirth, and as we age our bodies naturally lose muscle tone and collagen.

Menopause and Bladder Leakage: Interview with Dr Shahzadi Harper

Menopause and bladder leakage have held pole positions on the ‘do not discuss’ list for, well, forever! But women are speaking out more and more these days – with each other, with their families and with the press.

What I would tell my 30-year-old self about the menopause

Women in their 30s tend to know little about the menopause, but knowledge is power and learning about signs and symptoms you can actually prepare yourself.

Common Myths about the Pelvic Floor

Ah, the pelvic floor. There are over 650 muscles in the human body and these ones (your pelvic floor muscles) bring more than their fair share of misery to millions of women. Give me a leg cramp any day… But there are a LOT of myths doing the rounds about the pelvic floor so let’s be sure we know our facts from fiction.

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