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Pelvic floor trainers(1 Post)
I have been left with a very weak pelvic floor after having my DD 6 months ago. To start with I could barely do my pelvic floor exercises and was attending a women's health physio and they gave me an electrical stimulation machine for 6 weeks to kick start things. Things have improved slightly and I have now been discharged with the advice to just keep doing my pelvic floor exercises regularly but now that I don't have the machine I feel things are starting to get worse again and am struggling to do them despite trying daily.
So I was thinking of buying a pelvic floor trainer, specifically I have been looking at the elvie trainer. Does anyone have any experience of using this or can recommend a different one?