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50% of women report symptoms of a weak pelvic floor such as weeing involuntarily when they laugh, cough, sneeze or exercise.

Mums are particularly at risk of incontinence issues with up to 80% affected when the pelvic floor is stretched during pregnancy, labour or C-section.

2 out of 3 women admitted they wouldn’t feel comfortable discussing their condition with their closest friends or family and 40% feel embarrassed to discuss their pelvic floor issue with their doctor!

72% of women never seek treatment. We want to tackle the silence around pelvic floor health once and for all, and what better way than to use humour? Join us and spread the word - you’re not alone, and many pelvic floor issues are treatable! #freefrompee

Meet Bobo, a fun-loving lady who loves a good laugh, jog and jump. Bobo is up for anything, if only she could rely on her sidekick, Bladder, a little more when she goes to Giggle Planet, Trampoline Land or when she runs for the bus… 

Bladder leakage happens when the pelvic floor is weak.

Pelvic floor is a powerful set of muscles that play an important role in core stability, bladder control and intimate wellbeing.

Pelvic floor is a layer of muscles that spans the bottom of the pelvis and supports the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. These muscles also connect to the core and help to keep good posture. Simple pelvic floor exercises known as 'Kegels' or 'Kegel exercises' can help strengthen the pelvic floor. Like all muscle training, little by little, step by step the hard work eventually leads to incremental strengthening gains.

Bladder leakage happens when the pelvic floor is weak.

Strong pelvic floor

Elvie Trainer visualizes your pelvic floor movements in real time with biofeedback, a mind-body technique often used by healthcare professionals for pelvic floor rehabilitation.

Understanding the way you exercise is essential. 30% of women push down when doing their Kegels, which can lead to damage. Our patented technology measures force and motion that can detect incorrect contraction and helps you to improve your technique.

Strong pelvic floor
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