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Shewee has now got better! Shewee is a girls best friend when it comes to ‘nowhere to go and nowhere to hide’.

Shewee female funnel allows women to stand and pee!

Stuck in a traffic jam and need to empty your bladder, then shewee is the one for you ladies. The pefect female urine device.

Why not try the shewee complete kit. Shewee carry case, shewee funnel and shewee extention pipe. We have a super deal on at unbeatable prices. The Shewee extreme is now the same price as the Shewee single. Thats right you basically get the case and pipe for free!  ONLY £8.00 for the Shewee Extreme!SHOP HERE

Going camping? Take your shewee. No bothersome discount codes, we have already discounted your shewee.

Going hiking? Why don’t you take one shewee for you and one shewee for a friend. Shewee Singles are only £4.00 thats 50% off…

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Pessaries can play an important part in getting back a reasonable quality of life if you happen to suffer with stress incontinence (SUI)  and/or pelvic organ prolapse.

Today, pessary expert and advocate for women who suffer stress incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse Gaynor Morgan speaks about the Cramer Pessary.

Gaynor Morgan works with medical professionals and leading retailers all over Europe to help raise the awareness about the importance of getting incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse issues to the forefront and pushing for more education about these subjects.

Over 45% of women worldwide suffer with some type of pelvic organ prolapse and/ or incontinence. The World Health Organisation had deemed this as an epidemic that needs addressing.

Gaynor heads up the European side of the non profit organisation, APOPS – Association for pelvic organ prolapse support founded by award winning author of the book: Pelvic Organ Prolapse the silent epidemic. Ms Sherrie Palm.


The Cramer pessary:
Material : Medical grade silicone with a steel spring inside for stabilization

Size range: Diameter 50mm and increases in 5mm increments to the largest size 90mm

Use : for the management of stress incontinence, cystocele and uterine prolapse.

DO NOT USE IF: You have had prior surgery and this includes vaginoplasty. Reason being, the pelvic floor must be somewhat stable to retain this pessary.

Usage: Fit in the morning and remove in the evening. Lubricant is advisable if the vagina is very dry. Recommended lubricants are yes and ladysoft

Fitting: The Dr or physiotherapist should show you and get you to practise insertion and removal. Ensure the two thick ends are right against the urethra and do not pinch.

The Cramer will lift and support the bladder neck which controls the involuntary loss of urine in SUI (Stresss Urinary Incontinence)
The pelvic floor must be in tact for this pessary to be successful. It hasn’t been very successful in the management of rectocele but is very good in the management of a cystocele where the patient also presents a uterine prolapse grade 1 or 2.

Care of the Cramer: Wash under clean water and allow to airdry. (Drying with a towel or paper towel can leave debris behind to stick to the pessary which can be introduced into the vaginal lining and may cause problems. Cleaning with a pessary sanitiser such as IncoClean (without alcohol) can also be used. Autoclaving is possible.
DO NOT microwave or boil this pessary due to the metal spring inside.

If you still leak urine after it has been fitted, it is possible that you have not positioned it correctly. Remove and reposition.

They are not available on the NHS prescription at this time.

For more information please go to www.incostress.com and go to the free downloads.

Uriwell is the best selling portable toilet on the market and here’s why.

Uriwell’s ergonomic design allows you to use your Uriwell discreetly in any position.  Standing, lying or sitting.

Uriwell has a concertina extendable base that holds up to 750ml. Uriwell can be used by both male and female and the airtight leak proof lid and body has odour control and will not spill even when you put the Uriwell on its side.

Uriwell comes in blue or pink.

Going, camping, trekking, travelling or simply always stuck in traffic jams with nowhere to go when nature calls, then you need Uriwell.

Are you wheelchair bound, bed ridden, a truck driver or simply just can’t make the toilet on time? Then you need Uriwell.

We have a special offer just for you. Buy your Uriwell today for just £10 at our on line store www.incoshop.co.uk whilst stocks last. This price won’t last for long.

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Uriwell Testimonial from Arctic Expedition

 ‘The Uriwell device proved a valuable asset on my recent expedition in the Arctic. In April I took part in a sponsored dog sledging challenge over the high mountains of Northern Norway and Sweden with an almost all woman team.

 As an experienced sledger I know the problems involved when it comes to toilet issues. Normally there are basic facilities near the cabins we stay in but to get to them is another matter. In the middle of an Arctic night it involves putting on all the kit and boots then
negotiating snow drifts with a head torch.

This recent trip was in a much more remote region and involved camping in unpredictable weather conditions. I found the Uriwell made all the difference. I could use it discreetly undercover without having to battle with the elements. It will certainly be part of my kit for future expeditions.’

Cathy Cooper, Challenge Coordinator
Friends of Scott Polar Research Institute http://www.spri.cam.ac.uk/friends


What is a Kylie bed pad?

What Is A Kylie® Bed Pad?

It’s exactly how it sounds. A Kylie® Bed Pad is placed on top of the sheets, but under the duvet, and is highly Kylie® Bed Padsabsorbent, washable and with a waterproof backing. This allows you to keep your mattress clean and cut down on time consuming sheet washing and changing.

I worked in a nursing home very briefly after leaving school before starting my first job. The residents at the nursing home would all sleep on a Kylie® Bed Pad. It’s clear why such a product would find a place in a nursing home. Roughly, there are 3 great benefits for anyone:

  • The Kylie® absorbs urine away from the skin which keeps skin healthy
  • The Kylie® can be quickly changed and washed, cutting down on time consuming bedding changes
  • Kylie® Bed Pads are washable and reusable, so save lots of money over their life




Originally posted on IncoStress:

Nilaqua is an amazing, hyper-allergenic, paraben free waterless wash. We are now giving away a bottle of Nilaqua waterless wash with every 2 Incostress, so now if out and about you don’t need to worry about how to wash your intimate parts. Simply apply the Nilaqua waterless wash, lather the wash and wipe off. Its as easy as that.

Buying 2 IncoStress saves you £10 plus the free Nilaqua waterless wash. You can’t afford to miss this offer. Dry in more ways than one.

IncoStress is the only medical device clinically trialled and approved to control female incontinence and help you to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

Kegel exercises (Named after Dr Arnold Kegel) are key in keeping the pelvic floor in a stable conditions to prevent or control stress incontinence and also help with reduction of pelvic organ prolapse issues.

Find out more www.incoshop.co.uk




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Holly Herman Simply Women’s Health seminar being held. Please sign up if you are a physiotherapist. Please pass this on.

Originally posted on All about the pelvic floor:

Holly Herman Seminar

Holly Herman Seminar

Treating patients with pelvic floor dysfunction can be challanging not only for the physiotherapist but also for the patient.

Join this amazing seminar about pelvic floor dysfunction with Dr Hollis Herman.

Learn about

  • How to teach about improved urination and colorectal mechanics.
  • Initiate frank discussions with clients regarding bladder, bowel and sexual dysfunction
  • Understand and discribe variations of sexual response cycle.
  • Understand issues of sexual and pelvic function during prenatal, post partum and post menopause.


Contact: Gerard Greene

MSc ( Manip Physio), MMACP, MCSP, PG Cert HEd Clinical Mentor MSc Manual Therapy Students Harborne Physio and Acupuncture Clinic

57 Park Hill Road
B17 9HH

 Tel: 07968 011832

Facebook: harborne physio

Twitter: gerardgreenephy

web: www.harbornephysio.co.uk

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Hot Flashes – Menopausal Women Are Not Alone

Although the causes of hot flashes remain mostly unknown, conventional wisdom holds that fluctuations in hormones contribute significantly.

When hormonal fluctuations occur (particularly a decrease in estrogens), the hypothalamus – the part of our brain, which, among other functions, is our body’s thermostat – becomes confused. The confusion causes the brain to register that we’re too hot. In turn, the body does what it’s supposed to do – reacts by triggering our “cool-off!” mechanisms. Our hearts beat faster, our blood vessels dilate in order to increase blood flow close to the skin’s surface in order to dissipate heat, and we sweat which creates the effect of evaporative cooling. All this is great if you were hot to begin with, but when it comes to hot flashes – that’s not the case.

Read more here…


Keeps you discreetly cool for 12 hours

Keeps you discreetly cool for 12 hours


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