iEase Biofeedback Pneumatic Pelvic floor Muscle Trainer


The XFT Pelvic Muscle Trainer is a high-end pneumatic biofeedback pelvic floor exerciser improving pelvic floor strength, reducing urinary problems, and heightening your sexual experiences.

According to the global survey, 50% of women all over the world suffer from the pelvic floor muscle relaxation, while urinary incontinence affects 200 million people worldwide. Many believe that incontinence is a normal part of aging, but it is NOT. Like any other muscles, your pelvic floor muscles can usually be strengthened with proper exercise. Regular pelvic floor muscle exercises (also known as Kegels) have long been recommended by physicians. However, studies reveal that 50% of women perform Kegels incorrectly. That's why The XFT Pelvic Muscle Trainer was developed for women of all ages to make performing pelvic muscle exercises easier and more effective.

The iEase Pelvic Floor Exerciser uses revolutionary pneumatic biofeedback technology to locate and measure the strength of your pelvic floor muscle to create an effective exercise programme specifically designed to suit your needs. Unlike other pelvic floor exercisers, the iEase uses an inflatable vaginal sensor probe – encouraging you to flex your pelvic floor muscle naturally, rather than using electrical stimulation. The sensor presents the strengths of your pelvic floor on a visual Muscle Strength Grading Scale 1 – 10 that reflects the actual clenching and squeezing power of your pelvic floor muscles. Such direct biofeedback motivates you to persevere with the pelvic floor training in your quest for optimum pelvic floor strength. Just 5 minutes a day, iEase Biofeedback Pelvic Floor Trainer is a perfect companion in your quest for pelvic floor fitness.

Most common reasons that cause incontinence are: Pregnancy and childbirth, Menopause, Physically stressful activities/high impact exercise, Chronic cough, Obesity, Over frequent sexual life, Excess weight or fail to exercise.

The iEase provides relief from 3 forms of incontinence:

Stress Incontinence ;describes the involuntary leakage of urine when a person coughs, ;sneezes, strains or makes sudden movements. It is particularly ;common in women and occurs when the bladder neck and the ;other mechanisms that act to hold urine in the bladder are not ;working properly.

Urge Incontinence ;describes an overactive bladder. A person may experience a strong ;and sudden urge to go to the toilet but are not always able to hold ;on, or have to go so frequently that it becomes inconvenient. ;

Mixed Incontinence ;is a combination of both Stress and Urge Incontinence.


· Helps to strengthen and tighten pelvic floor muscles

· Helps to prevent urinary incontinence and combats the symptoms of bladder weakness

· Helps to prevent prolapse

· Helps to prevent female sexual dysfunction

· Drug free with no side effects


Pneumatic and biofeedback technology to support Kegel exercises

Automatic Inflatable vaginal sensor made from medical silicone

Features “Train” mode and “Test” mode to assess and train your pelvic floor muscle

Guides the users step by step with real time voice prompts and visual display through the entire pelvic floor exercise workout

Direct visual biofeedback - Grading Scale 1 ;- 10 Levels reflects actual strength of pelvic floor muscles for easy monitoring of progress made

Unique sensor enables the workout to be performed in 3 different positions – lying, sitting or standing

Battery powered with low battery indicator

Usable with Kegel App from the App Store for the iOS devices or from Google Play for the Android devices

iEase Inflatable Vaginal Sensor

The sensor is soft and ergonomically shaped for easy insertion and comfort during use. It inflates via the connective air tube that attaches to the iEase device.

During use of the iEase Biofeedback Pelvic Floor Trainer the inflatable sensor detects the strength of your pelvic floor as you clench your muscles against it, enabling you to carry out pelvic floor workout that is appropriate to your needs.

Inflatable vaginal sensor is made from medical silicone and is latex free. It is a single user device and must not be shared between users. With regular use of the iEase Pelvic Floor Trainer, the vaginal sensor should be replaced after 6 weeks of use. The sensor should be washed before first use and after each subsequent use with soapy water and thoroughly dried prior to storage. A plastic storage case intended for safe keeping of the sensor is provided with the device. Please retain this storage box to house your replacement sensors. Always store the vaginal sensor safely in the storage case between uses.

Contraindications and precautions

· Always read and follow user manual and its recommendations

· iEase Pelvic Floor Trainer and the inflatable sensor are single user devices and must not be shared between users

· Inflatable vaginal sensor should be replaced after 6 weeks of regular use

· Do not use when pregnant

· Do not use during 6 weeks after childbirth or pelvic surgery

· Do not use if suffering infections or pelvic diseases

· Do not use with barrier type of contraception or pelvic pessary

· If your symptoms of incontinence do not improve with regular use of the device, seek medical help

· Do not use during menstruation

· Do not use when varicosities in vaginal are present

· Do not use if suffering tumours in the vaginal or pelvic area

· Do not use if suffering with pelvic organ prolapse

iEase Biofeedback Pneumatic Pelvic floor Muscle Trainer

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