INDIBA® activ Pelvic floor


Pelvic floor is the anatomical structure that supports the abdominal floor in maintaining the correct position of the pelvic organs. 

A significant portion of men and women suffer from some type of pelvic floor disorders. Age, childbirth and lifestyle can affect the appearance of disorders such as pelvic pain, urinary and fecal incontinence, dyspareunia or vaginismus.

Fast and effective SOLUTION
  • Makes easier incontinence control, returning more quickly to daily activities with greater control over urine discharge.
  • Faster recovery from minor ruptures, tears and episiotomies.
  • Reduces the risk of haemorrhoids.
  • Improves vaginal muscle tone for more fulling sexyal intimacy.
  • Contributes to botter control of ejaculation as a result of improved muscle within the pelvic region.
  • Helps prevent prostatitis.
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San Francisco Spring 2012.