Only gynaecologists/general practitioners are qualified to give advice and information on the choice and use of the device.
Biologically inert hypoallergenic medical silicone
50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90 mm
Class IIa Medical Device
Insertion and extraction of pessary
Before inserting the pessary, prolapsed organs must be replaced to their correct anatomical position.
Pessary is take out from the package, and its insertion must be performed (as in the figure below).
To facilitate the insertion, the pessary should be lubricated with a small amount of lubricant, squeezed and, once compressed, inserted inside the vagina (fig. 2).
Then, pessary must be turned in such a way that the part bowl shaped out-ward facing (fig. 3). The handle of pessary must be user-friendly. To insert the pessary by herself, the woman will choose the most comfortable position (lying, standing, etc.). To remove pessary: catch the product with fingers, lightly compress it and extract it from vagina. Due the elastic properties of silicone, the discomfort of the patient during the insertion is minimal.