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The PelvicToner costs just £29.99

Researchers have known for over 60 years that women need a strong pelvic floor muscle to enjoy better sex and great orgasms!

Over the last few months users of the PelvicToner™ resistance exerciser have been completing a ‘before and after’ survey. 95 women have completed the survey so far and the results are nothing short of amazing:

• Before using the PelvicToner only 39% of the respondents believed that their pelvic floor was ‘good/very good’
• After using the PelvicToner 100% ticked ‘good’

• Before using the PelvicToner only a third of women said they ‘often’ or ‘always’ achieved a vaginal orgasm during penetrative sex. 37% said ‘never’ or ‘rarely’.
• After using the PelvicToner the results were ‘never’ or ‘rarely’ ZERO, and nearly twice as many (60%) said ‘often’ or ‘always’.

Why do so few women appreciate the sex benefits of pelvic floor exercises?

Ask any man or woman - sex is just not the same after childbirth - because the vaginal muscles have been stretched and there just isn't that friction and stimulation necessary for great orgasms – for either partner.

In fact 64% of respondent’s partners noted improved muscle tone – ie tightness of the vagina

What was most encouraging was the fact that the improvements were so rapid.
43% said they became more aware of their pelvic floor immediately they began to use the PelvicToner. By 2 weeks the figure was 80%.

65% reported improvements in their sex life within 2 weeks, rising to 84% after 4 weeks.

The PelvicToner provides a simple way to exercise in the only way that will bring rapid improvements in muscle strength and sexual awareness - by helping you identify and isolate the correct muscle and then exercise effectively by squeezing against resistance. It’s just like going to the gym – where every exercise involves some sort of resistive force or weight.

The fantastic benefits that effective pelvic floor muscle exercises can bring can be achieved by using the PelvicToner pelvic floor exerciser for just 5 minutes a day.

For a better orgasm visit www.iwabo.co.uk or www.pelvictoner.co.uk

Or call 0117 968 1414

The PelvicToner costs £29.99 + £2.00p&p

Editors:

Visit www.iwabo.co.uk or www.pelvictoner.co.uk

Email press@spml.biz for more information or call Barry Fowler on 0117 968 0171

A loss of vaginal muscle tone is very common amongst women who have experienced natural childbirth and the natural stretching of the birth canal; menopausal women whose falling oestrogen levels have led to a natural slackening of the pelvic floor muscles; and women who have not maintained a regular effective programme of pelvic floor exercises throughout their lives. Unfortunately the latter situation applies to the vast majority of women!

A loss of sexual contact is perhaps a minor disadvantage compared to the unwanted and embarrassing stress incontinence urine leaks that also occur when laughing, coughing, sneezing and exercising.

For the past 60 years many health practitioners, physiotherapists, midwives and childbirth counsellors have failed to heed the advice of Arnold Kegel that there should be a resistance to squeeze against and a positive feedback that the correct muscles were being engaged. The result is that stress incontinence is now a global problem affecting half of all women and thousands of couples put up with a lacklustre sex life.

For any exercise to be effective the muscle must be worked regularly, repetitively and against resistance - the essential 3 Rs!

Imploring women to squeeze their pelvic floor against thin air and to 'exercise' whilst vacuuming or waiting for a bus is not only a complete waste of time but also totally demoralising. In the absence of a rapid improvement in their condition most women become frustrated and give up exercise altogether.

Arnold Kegel recommended his pelvic floor exercises to treat stress incontinence in 1948 and then published further research in 1952 suggesting that lack of pelvic floor muscle tone was a major contributor to ‘female sexual dysfunction':

“Observations in [more than 3,000 women,] both parous and nulliparous..., ranging in age from 16 to 74 years, have led to the conclusion that sexual feeling within the vagina is closely related to muscle tone, and can be improved through muscle education and resistive exercise." “78 of 123 women complaining explicitly of sexual deficits achieved orgasm following the training”.
Arnold H. Kegel "Sexual Functions of the Pubococcygeus Muscle "Western Journal of Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, 60, pp. 521-524, 1952

The PelvicToner is an highly effective progressive resistance vaginal exerciser specifically designed to meet Kegel's criteria.

For details of clinical trials please email press@spml.biz

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