Epi-No Delphine Pelvic Muscle Exerciser


A gentle start to life

Your baby’s birth will be a small miracle involving emotions of expectation, excitement, joy and fascination. It is also hard work! By being pro-active prior to the birth you can ease your baby’s start to life with the pelvic floor muscle exerciser EPI-NO Delphine and EPI-NO Delphine Plus

Pre-birth perineal massaging alone certainly helps but is often not enough to prevent a high percentage of women from experiencing perineal injury during birth. Perineal injury can cause infection and tissue scars (sometimes related to pain during sexual intercourse).

At a later stage, as a result of pregnancy and childbirth, a weak pelvic floor can occur. (See “Regeneration with EPI-NO Delphine Plus” – exercising the pelvic floor muscles with EPI-NO and the use of biofeedback). Learning how to do your pelvic floor exercises correctly is something that will benefit you for the rest of your life.

It is very important that you do not overdo the training. During the stretching exercises you should always train staying below your personal  pain threshold – so you cannot hurt yourself either. In the end, it doesn’t matter how much cm (diameter) you will reach. Sometimes progress can be faster, sometimes slower – but what is important is that you can increase the flexibility by continuous training and develop a physical sense of what happens at birth. Many women only make 8 or 9 cm after 3 weeks – but even this is, according to our experiences, a very good result. So be patient.