We’ve heard of Kegel training since the day we picked up our first Cosmopolitan Magazine- like around 8th or 9th grade. Between the ages of sixteen and, oh, I don’t know, maybe sometime in our early 30’s- the subject of Kegels was somewhere in-between an inside joke between girlfriends and something you actually kinda tried in single life- to you know, “enhance” everything Cosmo said it was going to “enhance.”
But then, along come the kids. And things “down there” are maybe not supporting you as they once had. The often unspoken wounded warrior of childbirth.
1 in 3 women suffer from bladder leaks, a symptom of urinary incontinence, which is common among moms.
But what are the options for someone who, by no choice of their own has now joined a legion of “leakers?” It’s pretty impossible to live a life without laughing and sneezing. So does that mean a “leaker” is destined to a life of giant padded underwear? Join Leakers Anonymous? (WATCH!)
So we come full circle back to Kegel training. From “enhancing” to rescuing.
PeriCoach to the rescue
Enter PeriCoach Kegel Training System, an FDA-approved at-home device + smartphone app for women who “leak,” helping them perform their Kegels at home and strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. As you may now – leaking affects one in three women in the U.S. and is common among moms (thanks to the trauma of child birth).
Kegel training with the PeriCoach is personal, discreet and can keep you from those Leakers Anonymous meetings.
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