Incontinence and Prolapse Could Be Improved With Vaginal Tightening
Are you experiencing any of the following conditions that affect many women today across the country?
- A lack of vaginal tightness?
- Unsatisfying orgasms?
- Uterine prolapse?
- Stress or urge-related incontinence?
- An overactive bladder?
- Episodes of pelvic pain, including severe menstrual cramps?
- A cystocele and rectocele?
You’re not alone.
According to the Women’s Health Foundation, serious conditions such as uterine prolapse (when a woman’s uterus can actually descend through the vaginal opening) occur in more than 30% of women—while less threatening, although equally devastating, problems such as urinary incontinence go unreported and under-treated. One study by the Foundation found that almost 70% of women who have had multiple vaginal births reported some kind of urinary incontinence.
The issues women face “down there” are not easy to discuss with each other or even with their doctors. Many women wrongly accept that “that’s just the way it is” after having kids or reaching a certain age.
But the truth is—there is a real solution to not one, but all of the common pelvic-related disorders that women face, including incontinence and even unsatisfying orgasms.
Now, I know what you’re thinking.
You’ve heard it all before.
Kegels, kegels, and more kegels, right?
Well—yes and no.
The answer to solving women’s pelvic disorders does lie in performing Kegel exercises; the problem is that most women have never done a proper Kegel exercise in their lives.
What’s that, you say?
You do Kegels all the time?
Trust me when I say you’ve never done a Kegel like this before.
The Kegelmaster 2000 is transforming women’s lives by introducing them to kegels as they were meant to be done—with resistance. The Kegelmaster is a revolutionary kegel/pelvic exerciser because it allows a woman to customize her kegels with the resistance that she needs for her particular condition.
The heart of the matter is that all the conditions mentioned above result from a weakening of a woman’s pelvic floor muscles. A woman’s vagina may lose a feeling of “tightness,” she may feel pelvic pain, or she may find that her bladder, lacking support from those pelvic muscles to hold it in place, shifts and loses its ability to hold urine in.
With a weakening in pelvic floor muscles causing the majority of these common pelvic disorders for women, it makes sense that the solution can be found in strengthening and tightening those muscles to prevent or even the problems.
Enter the Kegelmaster.
Unlike traditional kegels, which ask a woman to simply “squeeze” her pelvic floor muscles, offering no resistance and therefore little to no results, the Kegelmaster incorporates the all-important component of resistance into a woman’s pelvic exercises.
You don’t have to live with pelvic problems. You can enjoy satisfying orgasms, a controlled bladder, and a pain-free pelvis. Try the Kegelmaster for yourself and see why it’s been dubbed a “Miracle for Women”!
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