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Do you experience bladder weakness after having your children? Sign up to test INNOVO™’s new pelvic stimulator. £300 Love2Shop voucher to be won for feedback.

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RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 08-Mar-16 15:32:33

INNOVO™ are looking to recruit 10 Mumsnetters who experience stress incontinence to test and keep their new pelvic floor stimulator.

Stress incontinence is the term used when leaks accidently occur from coughing, sneezing, laughing, jumping or doing heavy lifting. These simple movements put pressure on the bladder and, should your pelvic floor muscles be unable to tighten enough, will cause a leak. Stress incontinence can also be called bladder weakness or urinary incontinence. Importantly, we are looking for testers who are suffering from a stress incontinence following pregnancy and child birth.

Here’s what INNOVO™ have to say about their product:

‘Innovotherapy is a non-invasive way to restore your pelvic floor, treating the primary cause of urinary leaks rather than just masking the symptoms. Using a hand held controller that is attached to a two part garment, Innovotherapy sends targeted impulses via conductive pads (attached to your upper thigh and buttocks) to safely and effectively activate the muscles of the pelvic floor. It is a proven technology which has been designed to optimally strengthen your pelvic floor with 180 perfect contractions per session, allowing the device to do your pelvic floor exercises for you.
Results from a research study prove that women who experience stress incontinence will experience significant improvements in as little as four weeks by using INNOVO™ five days a week for 30 minutes. After 12 weeks of treatment the participants were defined as being ‘dry’ or ‘almost dry’.* So it won’t take long to get your confidence back’

You can see more information about the product here: www.restorethefloor.com

The product is worth £249 and selected testers will be able to keep the product afterwards.

If selected, you’d need to be able to use the product for 30 minutes per day, 5 days a week, over a 12 week period, and we’d also require you to post feedback on a thread on Mumsnet, so please only apply if you are comfortable with this.

All testers who complete the feedback process will be entered into a prize draw where one tester will win a £300 Love2Shop Voucher.

If you’re interested and would like to take part, please sign up here: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/5CCTK6Y

We will be in touch with selected testers soon.

Thanks
MNHQ

* = Soeder S, Tunn R. (2012) - Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) of the Pelvic Floor Muscles using a Non-Invasive Surface Device in the Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI); A Pilot Study. IUGA Poster Presentation Conference, Dublin, Ireland (2013).

ThornyBird Sun 08-May-16 22:29:56

I have to confess to having a few days off while I have my period. I just couldn't face it but will be back tomorrow.

RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 17-May-16 12:21:37

Hi All,

If you have any problems with the testing process, please email insight@mumsnet.com, as we might miss your posts on here.

Thanks, MNHQ smile

MrsOs Fri 17-Jun-16 13:42:22

Is this now closed? I suffer badly with this when I sneeze!! Caused by having my son. Would love to test something that might help me..

OmaC Tue 21-Jun-16 17:03:29

I'd be extremely interested as I also have diverticular disease it makes the stress on the bladder more uncomfortable still

321zerobaby Sun 26-Jun-16 23:00:10

Any feedback on this yet?

Mov1ngOn Sun 26-Jun-16 23:03:30

I'd love to hear if it works.

SweetPeaPods Mon 27-Jun-16 21:33:14

Another looking forward to reading all the feedback. Not that I'd ever be able to afford one mind.

OmaC Tue 28-Jun-16 11:19:24

I would be privileged to have an opportunity to test this. t is important to me and many other suffers. Hope to make life more comfortable for them please. Thank you

LSAR Tue 28-Jun-16 21:34:31

I have suffered from problem more after each pregnancy. I can't make it to toilet on time and I have visited the doctor to be told about pelvic floor which hasn't helped all. It is very embrassing and stressful

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