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Epi -no birth preparation and pelvic floor trainer

Epi -no birth preparation and pelvic floor trainer
Asking price: €65 sold
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Castletroy, Limerick
2 months ago
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Epi -no birth preparation and pelvic floor trainer


Used only by me. This product has been properly sterilized. Can be use as a pelvic muscle trainer anytime even early in the pregnancy. For stretching exercises for preventing tear, it's recommended to start using it after week 36. It helps increase control during delivery. Made in Germany.

EPI-NO Delphine Plus is a DUAL PURPOSE training device.

1. EPI-NO Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises can commence early in pregnancy. A strong pelvic floor supports the weight of childbearing, and is more resilient in it's recovery after the birth. A strong pelvic floor provides more control during delivery. In these exercises the balloon acts as a sensor and is only minimally inflated. Following the birth Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises recommence after 4-6 weeks and can continue indefinitely. EPI-NO provides bio-feedback on Pelvic Floor strength.

2. EPI-NO Stretching Exercises commence after Week 36 and continue until the end of the pregnancy term. These exercises gradually stretch the perineum in daily sessions of 20 minutes comprising several cycles of 5 minutes duration. In these exercises the balloon is inserted and inflated at the perineum. Women training with EPI-NO will normally achieve a dilation of between 8.5cm and 10cm over 3-4 weeks. Women achieving 8.5cm will achieve the extra 1.5cm when the head is crowning. Following the stretching exercises the balloon can be glided out, simulating the experience of control during delivery.

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gral85 2 months ago
georgieable 2 months ago
@gral85 hello - would you be able to collect?
gral85 2 months ago
Unfortunately not. I was hoping you could send it via post to Dublin. Can you?
georgieable 2 months ago
@gral85 I ca but postage will be extra. I'll check online and see how much it will be. Does that suit?
gral85 2 months ago
Yes, it does suit me. I will pay extra if you could only let me know how much as I would like to receive epi no by the end of next week if possible.
georgieable 1 month ago
@gral85: €50 OFFER ACCEPTED
Erika Regina Palivanas Donati 1 month ago