How Does Confidant Work? 2017-10-07T11:26:46+00:00

How does Confidant work?

 

Weakened pelvic floor to stop bladder leaks.

Cross Section of Confidant in use

Just like a tampon, Confidant is inserted into the vagina to internally support your pelvic floor muscles during everyday movement, exercise, lifting, jumping, sneezing and coughing. It can be used throughout the day and removed for cleaning at night, or used only when required for high impact activities.

Your pelvic floor muscles are an important part of your anatomy.

They form a sling in your pelvis, providing support to your bladder, vagina and uterus and your bowel and help to control continence. When these muscles are weakened, stress incontinence can occur resulting in a loss of control over urination when performing activities that stress the pelvic floor.

Confidant can help to stop bladder leaks in the majority of users.

It can also assist in strengthening

the pelvic floor muscles over time. Just like a knee brace supports a weak knee, Confidant supports the entire pelvic floor by providing a strong foundation from which the muscles can resume their proper function.

Many people who suffer from knee, ankle or elbow injuries don’t think twice about wearing a brace to help them continue to enjoy their active lifestyle. Confidant is simple a discreet brace to help support your pelvic floor so you can get back to doing the things you love.

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