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Efemia - how it works

Efemia bladder support

Easy to use and position correctly

The Efemia Bladder Support is simple to insert, remove and use. Thanks to its design and material you can easily start using the product in the comfort of your own home, without any assistance from health care professionals. You can use the product occasionally or daily for three months.

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How it works

The device is inserted into the vagina until the handle rests tight up against the pubic bone/perineum and the support rings are completely through the vaginal opening, just like a tampon. The labia then cover the handle.

When pressure is placed on the bladder the mid-urethra is pushed lightly against Efemia’s support rings, making it bend so leakage is reduced or stops altogether.

Design of the product

Support rings - The upper part consists of two support rings. These support the mid-urethra through the front vaginal wall when there is a sudden increase in pressure on the abdomen and bladder. Mid-section - When there is a sudden increase in intra-abdominal pressure, the mid-section ensures there is sufficient support in the rings. It also ensures that the rings are positioned against the mid-urethra. Thanks to its triangular shape, it can be both thin and remain stable. Handle - The handle remains outside the body. It keeps the device in place and makes it easier to remove

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Efemia bladder support

User-friendly. Safe. Effective. & of course, reusable!

How to use the product

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1. Preparation

a. Make sure your bladder is empty and wash your hands with soap and water.

b. Take the device out of the packaging and rinse it with water. This reduces friction and makes it easier to insert into the vagina.

c. Find a comfortable position, if standing, slightly bending the knees may help.

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2. Insertion

a. Hold Efemia so that the back of the handle points towards the perineum. Insert the device into your vagina at a slightly upward angle.

b. Push the device in until the handle rests tight up against your pubic bone/perineum. Allow the labia to cover the handle.

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3. Removal

a. If possible, empty your bladder before removal.

b. Grip the outer part of the handle and pull gently, but steadily until the device comes out.

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4. Cleaning after use

Clean the device using any of the following methods:

1. Rinse with water for immediate reuse.

2. Boil in water for 10 minutes and allow to air dry.

3. Cleanse with water and soap, preferably a soap for intimate use. Rinse thoroughly to remove all soap and allow to air dry.

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Key Information

Efemia is manufactured by: Invent Medic Sweden AB.

The Efemia product lifespan is: 3 Months.

Efemia is made from: Medical grade silicone

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

The Efemia Bladder Support is inserted into the vagina. The rings or discs at the top of the device support the mid-urethra through the vaginal wall. It’s crucial to ensure that they have passed through the vaginal opening, a couple of centimetres inside the vagina and that the handle remains outside, resting tight up against your body, letting the labia cover it.

You can re-use the device as many times as you need up to 16 hours per day during the 3 month lifetime of the product.

The Efemia Bladder Support is a vaginal insert designed to reduce urine leakage due to stress incontinence. It supports the mid-urethra through the vaginal wall, right where the urethra should bend under strenuous activity to prevent leaks. The device gives the urethra a little extra push just when pressure on the abdomen increases.

The Efemia Bladder Support is a vaginal insert designed to reduce urine leakage due to stress incontinence. It supports the mid-urethra through the vaginal wall, right where the urethra should bend under strenuous activity to prevent leaks. The device gives the urethra a little extra push just when pressure on the abdomen increases.

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