The lazy mom’s guide to doing kegels

November 30, 2016

There are a lot of things in life that I should be doing every day that would be good for me, like drinking 8-10 glasses of water, taking my vitamins, eating lots of leafy greens and doing kegel exercises.

I know that last item may sound a bit random, but as a mom who has carried and birthed two healthy sized baby boys I have experienced over the years the havoc that can occur to your lady bits and pelvic floor -things like core weakness, pain, loss of sensation, and lack of bladder control.

Sigh.

Bladder control can be helped with the VSculpt

But, kegels, like all the other items on the “these would be good for me” list just don’t get done on a regular basis either because they are a) inconvenient b) I forget or c) I am just plain old too lazy to do them.

So what if there was an easier way to do all the things that were good for us, especially when it came to our pelvic floor?

Well, it just so happens that this little package arrived in the mail a few weeks back…

VSculpt

Believe me, when I first took it out of the package I was thinking the exact same thing you are likely thinking – “Was I just sent something from an Adult Only novelty store?!”. No! This is actually a “vaginal rejuvenation therapy device”(which come to think of it also sounds like it came from an adult only novelty store lol) called the VSculpt.

The VSculpt is a Health Canada approved medical device that is designed to help improve bladder control, to strengthen and tone the pelvic floor AND to help increase sexual confidence in women (ba da bing, ba da boom, wink wink nudge nudge!).

And how exactly does the VSculpt do all of this?

Well, it uses a combination of blend of therapeutic light (red and LED), gentle heat, vibration combined with their special Photonic gel (which contains hyaluronic acid). Used for just 10 pleasurable (wink wink!) minutes a day for 60 days, the red light LED therapy helps “energizes cells,” which encourages them to produce more collagen and elastin. The heat from the VSculpt device helps boosts blood flow to the area, and the vibrations also help increase pelvic floor muscle tone.

So, full disclosure here – I have only had this product for a few weeks now (you should use for a full 60 days for max results) and so I have only experienced some mild improvements thus far, but I will keep sticking with it because pelvic floor health important to me! And hey, it’s not the worst way to spend 10 minutes of each day ladies (again, wink wink!).

 

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Amanda M (@mommygorun) November 30, 2016 at 9:52 am

    I ALWAYS leak when I sneeze or laugh. Man, I would love an easier way to “fix” that!

    • Reply Christine November 30, 2016 at 5:10 pm

      Wouldn’t we all 🙂

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