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Incontinence problems can greatly disrupt everyday routines, leading to feelings of embarrassment, unease, and inconvenience. Weak pelvic floor muscles are often the root cause of these problems, leading to involuntary urine leakage and other related issues. Incontinence training probes, like electrode probes, provide an effective way to fortify pelvic floor muscles and reduce incontinence symptoms.
By using an incontinence training probe and incorporating an electrode probe into your treatment plan, you can regain control and confidence in your daily activities. You can bid farewell to leaks and embrace a more relaxed, worry-free lifestyle.
Cleveland Clinic. (n.d.). Urinary incontinence. Retrieved from https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/17596-urinary-incontinence
What are Vaginal and Anal Probes?
Vaginal probes are made from body-safe materials to treat urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse in women. Meanwhile, anal probes are designed for both genders to address fecal incontinence and bowel-related issues.
They are medical devices both used for muscle stimulation and biofeedback therapy to treat incontinence and pelvic floor disorders. Inserted into the vagina or anus, these probes target pelvic floor muscles, thus, promoting strength and control.
Can you use Vaginal and anal probe for pelvic floor exercise?
Absolutely. Vaginal and anal probes can be employed for pelvic floor exercises. Incontinence training probes enable more targeted and efficient exercising of pelvic floor muscles, leading to improved outcomes. Keep in mind, however, that performing pelvic floor exercises with vaginal and anal probes should be done under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional, such as a physical therapist or urogynecologist. These experts can provide guidance on correct usage and technique, track progress, and modify treatment plans as necessary to ensure optimal results and safety. (Berghmans, 2006)
Berghmans, B. (2006). The role of the pelvic physical therapist [El papel del fisioterapeuta pélvico]. Actas Urológicas Españolas, 30(4), 395-402. https://doi.org/10.1016/s0210-4806(06)73412-x
How do Vaginal and Anal Probe work?
Vaginal electrical stimulation probes deliver mild electrical currents to the surrounding pelvic floor muscles. This stimulation causes the muscles to contract and relax, which helps strengthen them over time and improve muscle control. Similarly, anal electrical stimulation functions by delivering electrical currents to the pelvic floor muscles. Like vaginal probes, anal probes promote muscle contractions and relaxation, which ultimately leads to stronger and better-controlled pelvic floor muscles.