The shape of this pessary makes it ideal for cases of incontinence and prolapse through to the third degree of complexity. As a matter of fact, the knob has been specifically designed to act on the upper part of the urethra. The device must be prescribed and positioned by a qualified specialised practitioner.
Only gynaecologists/general practitioners are qualified to give advice and information on the choice and use of the device.
The knob that characterises this type of medical device is designed to act on the upper part of the urethra. It can be effectively combined with therapy for uterine prolapse and cystocele. Doctors may also decide to use it as an alternative to or in preparation for a surgical procedure. Manufactured using silicone, it guarantees excellent comfort and easy of use that will rapidly allow the patient to self-manage the insertion and removal of the device. In order to use this type of pessary, the pelvic floor must still be stable.
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