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Your pelvic floor plays a central role in bladder control. Stress incontinence is a direct consequence of a weak pelvic floor and other types of urinary incontinence are made worse by a lack of pelvic floor control.

The good news is, for the vast majority of women, a fit and strong pelvic floor is within reach and exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor provide an effective treatment for stress incontinence in most cases.

This is where the PelvicToner can help.

NHS approved, clinically proven and available on prescription, the PelvicToner is a simple and easy to use pelvic toning device that provides positive feedback so you know you’re squeezing the right muscles. It has multiple spring settings so you exercise at the right level and can strengthen weak muscles and restore confidence in a matter of weeks.

In an on-going customer survey, the PelvicToner consistently achieves an average customer rating of 8 out of 10 when used twice a week or more to treat stress incontinence – with over 30% of users giving it 10 out of 10 and over 90% saying they would recommend it to a friend!

So what’s stopping you?

If you’d like to find out more, either talk to a health care professional, or go online to where you can purchase a PelvicToner without prescription for only £29.99 including P&P. And don't worry, if you win a Freebie and you've already bought a PelvicToner, we'll refund you the cost of your purchase.

There’s never been a better time to take control.

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