It’s time to speak up about an issue that affects one in three women: female incontinence.

One in three women is LOADS. Yet nearly 70% of sufferers don’t visit our GP to get help for it, and 57% have never even talked about it. The ways female incontinence affects a woman can be life changing. Take a look at this…

Female incontinence

Why does this happen?

“The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that help to keep your bladder, vagina, uterus and bowel in place, they also help you control bladder and bowel movements. Like any other muscle in the body, if you don’t exercise the pelvic floor, it can lose tone and strength causing symptoms of urinary incontinence. The most common type is Stress Incontinence, when pelvic floor muscles are weakened so pressure on the bladder results in leakage, for example when you cough, laugh sneeze, stretching, exercise and even sex.”

 – Dr Naomi Potter, GP & Women’s Health Expert

What’s the solution?

41% of women are completely unaware that treatments are available. Yes – female incontinence can be treated! Cue: Femifree. Femifree is dedicated to the treatment of urinary incontinence and raising awareness of this important women’s health issue. 


Femifree is an innovative solution that treats the underlying cause of the problem. It’s a completely new, non-invasive muscle stimulation device that gently strengthens the pelvic floor muscle for effective treatment of bladder weakness. Clinically proven, Femifree is completely safe and easy to use in the comfort of your own home. No tricky doctor appointments. Hello carefree sex life and wearing whatever the hell you like.

Here’s the techy bit: Femifree has been designed with MultipathTM cross-cross technology, specifically designed to stimulate and strengthen your pelvic floor muscle groups. The little black box is placed around your upper thigh and buttock area; electrodes are precisely positioned to allow the multi-directional signal technology to stimulate focused, accurately co-ordinated and highly effective pelvic floor muscle contractions. Femifree usage is recommended for 30 minutes each day, five days a week – after four weeks, you’ll start to notice a real difference, with full results at 12 weeks. Good news? Certainly sounds like it!

Think Femifree could change your life? Get yours today.

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